Jewish traces in Amsterdam Models of well-known and less well-known hiding places
Forty students from Eindhoven University of Technology analyzed approximately 20 buildings in Amsterdam which acted as secret hiding places for Jews before, during and after the Second World War. They built models of these well-known and less well-known buildings, which in many cases are part of Amsterdam's urban character, for use in a travelling exhibition.
Jochem Groenland - Hüsnü Yegenoglu Architecture, Building and Planning, Eindhoven University of Technology
call us 040 - 247 5388 I mail us email@example.com I visit the exhibition Klokgebouw 50, Strijp-S, 5617 AB Eindhoven