The Sonneveld House in Rotterdam was built in 1933, a prime example of Dutch modernism in architecture.
This 1930s home is next to the Architectural Institute.
The den and informal living room.
The kitchen with the latest appliances.
A coffee caddy to prepare a cup or two without bothering the maid.
The modern informal dining room. Glowing green Bakelite dining set.
The upstairs is reached by means of a spiral staircase; the treads covered in the original black non-slip rubber.
Looking up the spiral staircase.
Window in the landing.
Master bedroom with his and hers telephones.
The daughter’s bedroom with all the latest gadgets close at hand.
Wall archeology consists of scraping back the paint to see what colours lie underneath.
The turquoise bathroom.
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