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Van Ravesteyn house

By Vereniging Hendrick de Keyser
Nieuwe Bouwen
Prins Hendriklaan 112
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The livingroom and office in Van Ravesteyn house
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The architect Van Ravesteyn designed this villa in 1932, where he lived with his family and worked on many assignments. His love for ornaments and curved lines was not always appreciated by his modernist colleagues. A lot of his designs did not survive but this beautiful one does!

Coördinator Museumhuizen Bartolotti en Van Ravesteyn

Toos van Rijn

Coördinator Toos van Rijn

Living and workingspace in one design.

A lot of the iron work and the aluminium plinths were made in the workplace of the Dutch railway company for which he worked as well.

The lower part of the ceiling with integrated lamps is due to the desk at which Van Ravesteyn was working in the evenings.

Van Ravesteyns desk
The original fixed furniture

Step inside the livingroom and enjoy the floting curved space.

Couch in the livingroom
House and garden

Exploring the house

Sober and functional yet warm and curvy. This description fits the house as well.

The love for pastels en de round lines makes the house stand out if you compare it to what his colleagues were designing. Think of Rietveld and you will see the difference.
Come and see for yourself!

The entry and kitchen. Sobriety and functionality.
Exploring the house

Curved lines in the hall

Curved lines

Curved lines in the hall

Curved lines
Van Ravesteyns nameplate next to the door
Triangular building plot

Making a virtue of a necessity

The architect built the house upon a triangular lot. He did not design a traditional house but a unique customized home and working place.

More inspiration needed?

Did you like the stairs? Visit the Gemeenlandshuis in Maassluis, it has one of the most exceptional stairs dating from the 17th century.

Gemeenlandshuis Maassluis

Gemeenlandshuis Maassluis

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Entrance fees

Adults €6
Visitors aged 12 – 26 years €5
Visitors aged under 12 free

Free entrance for:
• Huisgenoten
• Vriendenloterij VIP-KAARThouders (only till 6 March 2022: 1 VIP-KAART = free entry for 4 persons)

Visiting address

Museumhuis Van Ravesteyn
Prins Hendriklaan 112
3584 ES Utrecht

practical information

We use entry time slots. Select a day and a time and we will guarantee you will not stand in front of a closed door! We also make sure that it is not too busy, and you have all the time you need to take a good look around. Reserve your time slot by clicking on the ‘ticket’ button.

Museum house Van Ravesteyn is accessible for visitors in a wheelchair, but has several plinths. The first floor is unaccessible. 

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What our visitors think

Very nice that you can just sit down and get a very good idea of ​​what it was like at the time.
Hilde, Utrecht

Hoiday home

Do you like this house? Did you know you can rent it as a holiday home?

I'd love to wake up here in the morning

Museumhuis Van Ravesteyn on Dutch television

The BinnensteBuiten program came to take a look at Huis Van Ravesteyn. Come in and get an impression of this sunny house.

Watch the programm (in Dutch)
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