brick bearing masonry , iron trusses supporting glazed roof
Exterior detail: sculptural relief as the keystones to an arch. Possibly carved by L. ZEIL. Built to accommodate all kinds of stock trading the building is now called the Beurs van Berlage and is used as a venue for events and exhibitions. It was a precursor to the work of the Amsterdam School.
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Architecture -- 1900-2000
Architecture -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam
Offices -- Netherlands
Decoration and ornament, Architectural
Sculpture, Dutch -- 1900-2000
Relief (Sculpture), Dutch