Sonneveld House (1933) is one of the best-preserved houses in the Dutch Functionalist style. Artist and architect Santiago Borja created an observatory on the roof of the museum house: A Mental Image – Blavatsky Observatory
Artist Santiago Borja creates an observatory on the roof of Sonneveld House. A Mental Image – Blavatsky Observatory is based on Borja’s research into the influence of Western esotericism on the principles of Dutch Functionalism.
Intervention by Inside Outside / Petra Blaisse
Guest curator Petra Blaisse offers visitors a totally new experience of Sonneveld House with one ingenious intervention.
Richard Hutten in the Sonneveld House
The Sonneveld House, built in 1933 in Rotterdam, is one of the best-preserved houses of the Nieuwe Bouwen style. The renowned Rotterdam designer Richard Hutten was invited by Het Nieuwe Instituut to respond to the design of this house museum.