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B30 The Hague by KAAN Architecten

17 May 2018

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  • Some pictures of B30 renovated by KAAN Architecten appeared in the Yearbook ‘Architecture in the Netherlands 2018’.
    B30 is a transformed historical building in The Hague, housing planning offices of the Dutch Government. The renovation and extension on the original design led by Dikkie Scipio (KAAN Architecten) is aiming to achieve an open yet monumental architecture thanks to new openings, gardens and an artistic intervention by Rob Birza on the atrium’s floor. The building is opened in April 2017 by the Dutch King Willem-Alexander.
    Karin Borghouts made the official photographs for KAAN Architecten together with Sebastian Van Damme. KAAN Architecten designed also the masterplan for the new Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp Belgium (KMSKA).

    Look at the yearbook ‘Architecture in the Netherlands 2018’ by NAI010 publishers
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