Photographer Stijn Poelstra has captured the abstract proportions and primary colours of the Gerrit Rietveld-designed Schröder House in Utrecht.
Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site, the house in the Netherlands was designed by the Dutch furniture designer and architect in 1924. Poelstra’s photo series has been released by the Centraal Museum to publicise a new website for the house.
Rietveld was part of the De Stijl art movement pioneered by abstract artists Piet Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg.
Their work was characterised by a rigid geometry of horizontal and vertical lines using a limited palette of black, white, yellow, red and blue.
Image source: Dezeen