Kromhoutlaan 12, Haarlem
PUBLICATIONS:Bouwkundig Weekblad 1962 p. 110; Katholiek Bouwblad 1962 p. 261; H.P.G. de Boer - Architect G.H.M. Holt (1904), 1983
Two lean-to roofs shelter this small church, their difference in height bridged by a large window. The vertical plane between these two roofs divides the main space into two, the smaller part serving as a 'day' church. The completely exposed steel frame has an infill of sand-lime brick dressed with carbonized limestone chips from Limburg. Clock-tower, vicarage and a row of confessionals all take 'the section' as their design theme.