Johannes Christiaan van Epen (1880-1960) architect

Johannes, nicknamed 'Jop', was a Dutch architect who built many houses in Amersfoort, Apeldoorn and Gooi. In Amsterdam he realized large housing complexes. He worked together with architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage the beach hotel Nassau-Bergen in Bergen aan Zee. There is even an architecture named after him, the 'Dr. H. P. Berlage Prize'. There are a eight prizes handed out by the Dr. H. P. Berlage Foundation.

Main achievements
Troelstraoord Beekbergen, a resort for workers (1925).
Housing complex in the Joseph Israƫlskade in Amsterdam.
Housing complex in the Saffierstreet in Amsterdam.
Housing complex for the Laborers of the General Housing Association in Lark Street in Amsterdam North.
Housing complex complex in Middelburg.
Housing complex complex in the Bagijnhof in the historic city of Middelburg.

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