Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen
|Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen|
June 26, 1879|
|Died||April 1, 1955
|Buildings||Cirebon Kejaksan Station
Cut Mutiah Mosque
Kunstkring Art Gallery
Pieter Adriaan Jacobus "Piet" Moojen (26 June 1879 - 1 April 1955) was a Netherlands-Indies architect, painter and writer. He studied architecture and painting in Antwerp. He lived and worked in the Dutch East Indies from 1903 to 1929. Moojen became widely known for his work on the Dutch entry at the Paris Colonial Exposition in 1931. He was active as an architect between 1909 to 1931.
- Cut Mutiah Mosque, Jakarta
- Cirebon Kejaksan Station, Cirebon
- Kunstkring Art Gallery, Bandung
- Kunstkring Art Gallery, Jakarta
- Nederlandsch-Indische Levensverzekerings en Lijfrente Maatschappij, Jakarta (demolished)
- Een prinselijke Javaanse danser (1923)
- Een markt op Bali (unknown year)
- Kunst op Bali: inleidende studie tot de bouwkunst (1926)
- "MOOJEN, PIETER ADRIAAN JACOBUS". NAI (in Dutch). Documentatie van Beelden Kunst in Zuid-Holland. Retrieved January 1, 2014.
- Heuken, Adolf (2001). Menteng: kota taman pertama di Indonesia (in Indonesian). Yayasan Cipta Loka Caraka. p. 20.