Wendingen: Maandblad for Bouwen en Sieren van Architectura et Amicitia (March 1930, nr. 3)

Willem Jacob Rozendaal Dutch

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The Dutch periodical Wendingen was dedicated to architecture and related arts, and closely affiliated with the architectural society Amicitia et Architectura. It first appeared in 1918 and publication continued through 1931, with several interruptions. Each issue had a unique cover design by contemporary (graphic) artists, and was dedicated to a specific theme.

This issue, number 3 of series 11 (1930) is dedicated to the Dutch pavillion at the World's Fair in Antwerp. It contains a short introductory essay, and is elaborately illustrated with architectural renderings, floorplans, and photos of the exterior and interior of the building. The front and back cover illustrations for this issue were designed by Willem Jacob Rozendaal.

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