The closer to a building, the clearer the details.
But then you miss the contours. PANURBANA shows both.


I collect buildings. I do this by taking photos of a building from a certain perspective.
I glue these photos together like a collage so that a new building is created: a Panurbana.
At the moment I am collecting buildings in Amsterdam to make an atlas of them.

In Panurbana's panoramic photos, I explore time, space and different types of perspectives within the photo.

Every week a new collage of a building or construction that has been photographed somewhere in the world appears on social media (Facebook, instagram, flickr and youtube)


Panurbana 77 Muiderpoortstation


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Panurbana 77 Muiderpoortstation

collage: 17  photos

format: 160 x 80 cm 

Amsterdam 2021


The new Amsterdam Muiderpoort station was opened on 15 October 1939. 

It replaced the old Muiderpoort station, the tracks were raised and connected with viaducts.

As a result, the dangerous railway crossings that connected the Dapperbuurt with the Indischebuurt were cancelled.

At the same time, the Amstel station was built as part of the East Railway Works.

The station is a fork station, trains from Central Station split here towards Utrecht or Almere and Amersfoort.

During the war, the station served as a departure point for the deportation of Amsterdam Jews to camp Westerbork.

The station building contains a stained glass window made by Heinrich Campendonk (1889-1957).

It represents a bird migration (travel).

On the street side is a mosaic of 6 by 2.5 meters Shards of civilization (2010) by the artist Fabrice (1961).