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Mothers' House, Amsterdam, by Aldo van Eyck

Street urchin: Mothers' House, Amsterdam, by Aldo van Eyck

The Mothers’ House in Amsterdam can be seen as a sequel to the Modern Movement. After a career concerned with reintroducing the timeless elements too often ignored by others Aldo van Eyck now seems to be re-assessing and revealing more overtly his own roots in Modernism.

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