HCVArchitecten - Museum De Lakenhal Leiden
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HCVArchitecten - Museum De Lakenhal Leiden

2019

Museum De Lakenhal is Leiden’s municipal museum for art, applied art and history and since its inception in 1874 it has been housed in the ‘Laecken-Halle’, a stately mansion designed in 1641 by the city architect, Arent van ’s-Gravesande. The museum consists of an ensemble of buildings from different periods, each with its own character. Karin Borghouts photographed the building after restoration by HappelCornelisseVerhoeven Achitects and Julian Harrap Architects. A new wing is added on the west side.
The book ‘Museum De Lakenhal. A portrait’ is published December 2019.
ISBN 978-94-6208-541-1 | text Meta Knol, Koen van Synghel | design: Reynoud Homan | photography: Karin Borghouts | English | hardcover | 22 x 28 cm | 156 pages | Order here: nai10.com

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