The life and work of the Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers
Roermond - Amsterdam Central Station, the world famous Rijksmuseum and more than 70 neo-Gothic churches and monasteries in the Netherlands are designed by the Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers.
Cuypers (1827 - 1921) was born and raised in Roermond.
The Cuypers House shows the life and work of the architect. The building was designed by Cuypers himself in 1852 and is a symmetric double house with gables and tile panels. Also his managing partner Francois Stoltzenberg lived in the same building.
The museum was opened in October 2011.