Dr. J.P. Heijelaan 2, Amersfoort
PUBLICATIONS:Forum 1995-1; J.G. Wattjes - Moderne Nederlandsche villa’s en landhuizen, Amsterdam 1931; M. Cramer, A. Groot - Architectuur in Amersfoort, 1995; R. Blijdenstijn, M. Kooiman - Architectuur en stedebouw in de provincie Utrecht 1850-1940, Zwolle/Zeist 1996
This freestanding house has an oblong basic form, a complex Cubist composition enlivened by the curves of bays and balconies and by an individual use of material, including vertical slate cladding and decorative brickwork. A pergola of brick and wood leads to a freestanding garden pavilion. These days the house is divided into two, with the former underground passage between house and garage sealed off and functioning as an extra entrance.