Barracks Complex
Thérèse Schwartzestraat 15
in The Hague



Object information

Thérèse Schwartzestraat 15, 2597 XK The Hague
Current use:
Defence purposes
Surface (GFA):
approx. 15,137 m²
Size of plot:
approx. 02.03.10 ha
Year of construction:
approx. 1940

Barracks Complex in The Hague

The Princess Juliana Barracks were built around 1940 to a design by the German architect Karl Gonser in the style of the Stuttgarter Schule. In 1948 the name was officially changed to the Princess Juliana Barracks. The property is located on the outskirts of Clingendael in the Hague. The land on which the station is situated, is surrounded by a moat along Thérèse Schwarzstraat. The stone bridges over the water and the fortress-like corners of the masonry canal walls lend the building the air of a castle.

The barracks consist of a main building with two floors and a detached L-shaped secondary building. The main building and the secondary building were joined in 1987 by an extension which is built in a contrasting architectural style. The site has ample parking facilities. The Princess Juliana Barracks are located near the A44 motorway and Utrechtsebaan.

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