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Foeke Kuipers

Full name: E. Foeke Kuipers
Gender: Male
Born: August 30, 1871 in 't Meer, Schoterland, Friesland, Netherlands
Died: December 17, 1954 in Huizen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Country: NED Netherlands
Sport: Art Competitions


The older brothers of Dutch architect Foeke Kuipers, Tjeerd (1857-1942) and Roelof (1855-1922) were also architects. Foeke was educated at the Quellinus School in Amsterdam, and was awarded the silver medal, the highest award. One of his first works was of the warehouse The Netherlands Veem in Van Diemen in Amsterdam (1899), which he designed with his brother Roelof. Foeke built numerous villas, mostly in cottage style. His latest design in utility was the Eastern Pool at the Gerdesiaweg in Rotterdam (1932), which has been declared a national monument.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 64 Berlin Art Competitions Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs Netherlands NED AC

Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1936 Summer 64 Berlin Art Competitions Netherlands Final Standings AC Schwimmanstalt in Rotterdam
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