The Netherlands have began a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the De Stijl motion by portray The Hague’s Metropolis Corridor facades within the model of the well-known painter and architect Piet Mondrian.
Designed by architect Richard Meier, the town corridor initially featured white facades, however for one yr from now, they are going to function a canvas for the blocks of crimson, blue and yellow separated by black strains. It’s the signature model of Piet Mondrian, one of the vital well-known members of the De Stijl artwork motion, additionally often known as neoplasticism.
The Hague’s Metropolis corridor is just the first a part of a sequence of installations that may happen throughout the town of Hague, which holds the biggest assortment of Mondrian’s works. (h/t: dezeen)
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