Jan de Meyer (1878-1950) Architect

Jan de Meyer was a Dutch architect. He campaigned for the preservation of the beauty of the ancient cities. He was known for his restoration of many important monumental buildings.

Main achievements
Observation Home for Boys at Cremerplein in Amsterdam (1910).
School girl in Houten.
Flats and houses in Amsterdam and elsewhere.
Restoration of the 'Long John' in Middelburg, after the Second World War.

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