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In the second municipal complex, the Geraniumstraat and Korenbloemstraat facing the Clemenskerk were continued in a straight line on the axes of the first complex.
The 84 houses and the Geraniumschool were built in the period 1917-1920. Mansard roofs and gables determine the profile of the small-scale buildings. The Geraniumschool, Dudok’s first design for a primary school in Hilversum, is an example of the decorative style of the Amsterdamse School. The Children were first embraced in the forecourt by the low walls and lower wings, before entering the main building. The school has been converted into housing.
Source: Annette Koenders, Hilversum. Architectuur en Stedenbouw 1850-1940, Zwolle (2001).
Diependaalselaan (northside, between Geraniumstraat and Korenbloemstraat), Geraniumstraat (eastside, from Neuweg to Diependaalselaan), Geraniumschool, Korenbloemstraat (westside, between Anemonestraat and Neuweg, Lobeliastraat, Neuweg (southside,between Geraniumstraat and Korenbloemstraat), Neuweg (southside, between Geraniumstraat en Korenbloemstraat) and Resedastraat, Hilversum