Henry van de Velde

  • Belgium

Architect - AsNotedIn


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1895/00/00 Van de Velde is commissioned to design the interiors, furniture, china, wallpapers and draperies for Siegfried Bing's Maison de l'Art Nouveau (lost) at 22 rue de Provence, Paris. Architect
1904/00/00 Henry van de Velde designs the School of Art and Applied Arts building, it will become the main building of Bauhaus University. Architect Bauhaus University Weimar Weimar
1905/00/00 Van de Velde designs the Faculty of Art and Design building at will become Bauhaus University. Architect Bauhaus University Weimar Weimar
1908/00/00 Hohenhof is built in the Art Nouveau style as family home for industrialist Karl Ernst Osthaus. Located in the city of Hagen, Germany, it was design by Henry van de Velde as a Gesamtkunstwerk, and incorporates accessories, furnishings and landscape. Architect Hohenhof, Hagen Hagen, DE
1908/00/00 Van de Velde completes House Hohe Pappeln with furnishings he designed himself. Architect, Home House Hohe Pappeln Weimar
1911/07/03 Henry van de Velde leaves his position as architect of the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, 1910 to 1911. Architect Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Paris Paris
1917/00/00 Due to increasing hostility toward foreigners during the Great War I,Henry van de Velde, his wife Maria and five children sell Haus Hohe Pappeln and leave Germany. Home House Hohe Pappeln Weimar
1938/00/00 The Kroller-Muller Museum opens Architect Kroller-Muller Museum Hoge Veluwe National Park
1939/00/00 The Belgian Friendship Building is built as the Belgium exhibition hall for the NY World's Fair. Designed by Belgian architects Victor Bourgeois and Leon Stynen under Henry van de Velde, it is an early example of Modernist architecture in the US. Architect Belgian Building Richmond 1939 New York World's Fair
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