Papa don’t teach

A new set of architectural slides has been released by World Microfilms, celebrating a somewhat unusual group of erections in Amsterdam.

The Amsterdam School was the term used to describe a group of young architects ‘who sought freedom and self expression from the ideas of their guru Berlage, the father of them all’. It’s good to keep these things in the family.

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