The cities of Utrecht and Amersfoort and the rest of Utrecht province offer a trove of cultural heritage related to the Dutch movement known as De Stijl. This heritage – some of it still relatively unknown – was showcased in 2017 during the Mondrian to Dutch Design Year, and its position cemented in tangible tourist products. The philosophy of De Stijl fits with the province of Utrecht, its residents and the innovative dynamic of its cities, which together can justly claim the title of the ‘De Stijl Region’ and continue building this as a strong brand. Experience De Stijl: yesterday, today and tomorrow throughout the province of Utrecht!
De Stijl newly opened cycle route
Between Utrecht and Amersfoort large statues have been placed along a newly opened cycle route. The sculptures by artist Boris Tellegen connect the cities of Rietveld and Mondrian. Are you interested in this bike route?
Locations - Permanently publicly exhibited
The Centraal Museum in Utrecht has a Rietveld collection comprising some 300 objects.
Built in 1959, the Rietveld Pavilion is one of architect Gerrit Rietveld's most important later works.
The Rietveld Schröderhuis is the architectural highlight of the De Stijl art movement.
Activities - De Stijl activities in Utrecht and Amersfoort
until 3 December
until 4 December
until 5 December
until 7 December
until 8 December
until 9 December
until 10 December
until 11 December
until 2 April 2020