2 - 3 October 2012
A SCALE 1:20 MAQUETTE OF THE INTERIOR OF THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE RIETVELD SCHRÖDER HOUSE
BY WERKPLAATS VOOR ARCHITECTUUR UTRECHT AND BERTUS MULDER, CIRCA 1974
Constructed from wood, plastic and paper, mounted on a rectangular wooden base lined with a label inscribed rietveld schröder huis interieur verdieping schaal 1:20 werkplaats voor architectuur utrecht and with a perspex cover, supported by a loose socle inscribed with entry information for the Rietveld Schröder house
The maquette 54 cm. high x 77 cm. wide x 58 cm. deep, the perspex cover 60 cm. high x 80 cm. wide x 60 cm. deep; the socle 68 cm. high x 80 cm. wide x 60 cm. deep
Bertus Mulder, Utrecht.
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