Miniature Houses Built In The Space Between Buildings

Miniature Houses Built In The Space Between Buildings

Dutch agency, Natwerk installs the tiny buildings on an old street in Amsterdam.

Kat Popiel
  • 10 july 2013

The urban development of Amsterdam is much like any other global city; buildings are replaced, facades removed or refurbished, walls just partially demolished.  Other times bricks can ‘disappear’ altogether — it’s all very serious. In the Westerstraat of the Jordaan district there is a number-gap from 54 to 70 giving rise to the sociological reminder that cities reinvent themselves and often, mistakes are made.

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