This unique factory built in 1931, is Dutch modernism’s monument. World famous for its progressive design which gives new meaning to air, light and space in architecture.
An architectural spectacle of the highest order! That is the Market Hall; the scale is huge, the “ceiling painting” by Arno Coenen is dazzling, not forgetting the huge glass curtain wall.
The distinctive station building Sybold of Ravensteyn has been replaced by a stainless steel “shark”. In a 1.5 hour tour, you’ll discover all the ins and outside of our beloved central station.
The Kunsthal was designed by Rotterdam architects OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture). The exhibition building is a key piece in the work of the now world-famous Rem Koolhaas.
Kiefhoek is the undisputed highlight of modernism in the Rotterdam housing sector. One of the houses can be visited with Urban Guides which has been turned into a museum.
Visit now one of the highest and infamous towers in the centre of Rotterdam, the Delftse Poort. Enjoy the view from the 37th floor!
After nearly 100 years of being used a shipyard, Rotterdam’s Droogdok Maatschappij has started a new life as a dynamic city ports area.
This incredible house was built in 1933 and was designed by the architects Brinkman and Van der Vlugt, which gained international fame with designs for the Van Nelle Factory and De Kuip stadium.