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This freestanding villa from 1933 is one of the best preserved Functionalist houses in the Netherlands. The modern interior is furnished with products designed by Gispen, Bart van der Leck and Royal Leerdam glassworks

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Sonneveld House

Sonneveld House is one of the best-preserved houses in the Dutch Functionalist style. The villa was designed in 1933 by architecture firm Brinkman and Van der Vlugt for Albertus Sonneveld, a director of the Van Nelle Factory. The architects designed a total concept in which architecture, interior and furnishings are perfectly coordinated and reinforce one another. The Sonneveld House has its own website, containing practical information as well as information about the architecture, interior design and the Sonneveld family.


Huis Sonneveld 
Jongkindstraat 12
3015 CG Rotterdam

Sonneveld House provides limited accessibility for people with disabilities and is not accessible for wheelchairs or pushchairs.


Free entrance with an Art Rotterdam ticket

Regular tickets

This event is part of the 2020 Art Rotterdam Week. View the full and most up-to-date programme at