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Dom Hans van der Laan & Jan De Jong Outdoor Dining Set
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong, Bossche school, outdoor dining set, Netherlands, 1970s. Rare set in cedar consisting of a table, bench and two chairs, designed by Dom Hans van...
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Late 20th Century Dutch Minimalist Dining Room Sets

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Copper

Bossche School Table Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Table, Bossche School, by Dom Hans van der Laan and his apprentice Jan De Jong, Netherlands, 1960s. Made out of pinewood and feature copper nails, giving this piece a natural and ...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Tables

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Pine

Minimalist Stools, Bossche School, Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Table and stools, Bossche School, by Dom Hans van der Laan and his apprentice Jan De Jong, Netherlands, 1970s. Made out of pinewood and feature copper nails, giving this piece a n...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Stools

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Pine

Bossche School Table and Stools, Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan De Jong
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Table and stools, Bossche School, by Dom Hans van der Laan and his apprentice Jan De Jong, Netherlands, 1960s. Made out of pinewood and feature copper nails, giving this piece a n...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Living Room Sets

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Pine

Olive Green Table Desk by Dom Hans van der Laan & Jan de Jong
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong, Bossche school, table or writing desk, Netherlands 1970s Rare and unique small writing table designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by ...
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Late 20th Century Dutch Minimalist Desks and Writing Tables

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Cedar

Dom Hans van der Laan Bench
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Antwerp, BE
Bench, Bossche School, Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong, Netherlands, 1960s. Dutch Benedictine monk and architect Dom Hans van der Laan was a leading figure in the Bossche Scho...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Benches

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Wood

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H 33.08 in. W 80.32 in. D 18.9 in.
Modernist Armchair by Dom Hans Van Der Laan
By Jan de Jong, Dom Hans van der Laan
Located in Antwerp, BE
Dutch modernist chair, Dom Hans Van Der Laan, Jan De Jong, 1961, Bossche School One of 12 ever made, from the boards room of the townhall of Budel, 1961, The Netherlands. It wa...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Modern Armchairs

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Copper

  • Modernist Armchair by Dom Hans Van Der Laan
  • Modernist Armchair by Dom Hans Van Der Laan
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H 49.61 in. W 23.63 in. D 23.63 in.
Dom Hans van der Laan Bench for Sint-Willibrorduskerk Almelo, 1964
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare long bench designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Sint-Willibrorduskerk Almelo, 1964. This bench comes from the church who had several of these be...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Benches

Materials

Wood

Dom Hans van der Laan High Chair for Town Hall Budel, 1966
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare and amazing high boards room chair designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Raadhuis Budel, 1962-1966. This chair comes from the town hall where Jan...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

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Steel

Dom Hans van der Laan Bench for Town Hall Budel, 1966
By Jan de Jong, Dom Hans van der Laan
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare and amazing high bench designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Raadhuis Budel, 1962/1966. This bench comes from the town hall where Jan de Jong was...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Benches

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Metal, Copper

Dom Hans van der Laan Stool for Sint-Willibrorduskerk Almelo, 1964
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare stool designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Sint-Willibrorduskerk Almelo, 1964. This stool comes from the church who had 6 of these stools in the...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Stools

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Wood

Dom Hans van der Laan Chair for Town Hall Budel, 1966
By Jan de Jong, Dom Hans van der Laan
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare and amazing high chair designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Raadhuis Budel, 1962/1966. This chair comes from the town hall where Jan de Jong was...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Armchairs

Materials

Metal

Dom Hans van der Laan Stool for Vincentius a Paulokerk Eindhoven, 1964
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare stool designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Vincentius a Paulokerk Eindhoven, 1964. This stool comes from the church who had several of these sto...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Stools

Materials

Wood

Dom Hans van der Laan Writing Table for Town Hall Budel, 1966
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare and unique small writing table designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Raadhuis Budel, 1962-1966. This table comes from the town hall where Jan de ...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Desks and Writing Tables

Materials

Wood

Dom Hans van der Laan Chairs by His Apprentice Jan de Jong
By Jan de Jong, Dom Hans van der Laan
Located in Antwerp, BE
Bossche school, pair of chairs, Jan de Jong, Dom Hans van der Laan, Netherlands They are made of pine wood and feature copper nails, giving these pieces an understated, rustic ...
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Vintage 1980s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Chairs

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Pine

Dom Hans van der Laan Bench for Private House Rosmalen, 1973
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Rare bench designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for a private house in Rosmalen, Holland, 1973. This stool comes from the first owner of the house who was st...
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Vintage 1970s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Benches

Materials

Copper

Dom Hans van der Laan Conference Table for Town Hall Budel, 1966
By Dom Hans van der Laan, Jan de Jong
Located in Roosendaal, Noord Brabant
Very rare and large conference table designed by Dom Hans van der Laan and executed by Jan de Jong for the Raadhuis Budel, 1962-1966. This table comes from the town hall where Jan de...
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Vintage 1960s Dutch Mid-Century Modern Conference Tables

Materials

Copper

Sofa Mah Jong De Hans Hopfer 1970 Edition Roche Bobois
By Hans Hopfer
Located in Lyon, FR
Sofa Mah Mahong Hans Hopfer 1970 edition Roche Bobois .This sofa consists of eight-seats and three folders. The fabric is new anthracite gray color. The sofa is in perfect condition ...
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Vintage 1970s French Mid-Century Modern Canapes

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Natural Fiber

  • Sofa Mah Jong De Hans Hopfer 1970 Edition Roche Bobois
  • Sofa Mah Jong De Hans Hopfer 1970 Edition Roche Bobois
  • Sofa Mah Jong De Hans Hopfer 1970 Edition Roche Bobois
  • Sofa Mah Jong De Hans Hopfer 1970 Edition Roche Bobois
H 17.72 in. W 118.12 in. D 118.12 in.

Hans De Jong For Sale on 1stDibs

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How Much is a Hans De Jong?

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dom-hans-van-der-laan Biography and Important Works

Dom Hans van der Laan was the ninth of the 11 recorded children of Leiden architect Leo van der Laan (1864–1942). Dom van der Laan began his studies in architecture at the Technische Universiteit Delft in 1923, two years after he finished his secondary school. Architectural education in those days was generally confined to nineteenth-century neoclassicism and all teachers originated from before the first world war. Students in their third year of study had to make their designs, but those of Hans van der Laan were all rejected. In the same autumn, he founded, together with some fellow-students, a study-group, the Bouwkundige Studiekring’BSK (‘Architectural Study Circle’), aiming to discover themselves the very basics of architecture, which they missed in regular teaching. On 26 May 1929, Hans van der Laan and his fellow-novice Herman Diepen made their profession in the abbey. In 1936 father Hans was charged with the guidance in the sacristy, which he would retain till his departure to Vaals in 1968. After the war, father van der Laan was invited by the bishop of Breda to take the guidance of a working party, charged with the rebuilding of the destroyed churches in the diocese. In 1951, the abbey of Sint-Benedictusberg in Vaals had been founded a second time by a group of monks of the Saint-Paul's abbey of Oosterhout and father Van der Laan was asked by them to design the still missing crypt and church. On 18 October 1968, father Van der Laan changed his domicile from Oosterhout to Vaals, where in 1970, he became an official member of the community of Sint-Benedictusberg. In his new home, he also was appointed as sacristan, so that he could continue his familiar daily work and in 1973 he was elected as a member of the Council, the board under the guidance of the abbot. Before his death, Van der Laan garnered worldwide acclaim for his comprehensive architectural theory, which has been translated into several languages and presents a doctrine of connections in the design of architectural space, notably the plastic number.