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In recent years a mixed urban area has been created on the outskirts of Amersfoort old town, the Netherlands. New, modern buildings that accommodate a college, cinema, shops, restaurants, offices and homes now adorn this part of the city. A brand new addition: the Eemhuis cultural center boats close to 15.000 square meters, which houses an art school, art gallery, library and the city archives. Neutelings Riedijk Architecten designed the Eemhuis in such a way that “cross-pollination” between its various functions is inevitable.
About the project
Throughout the whole of the Eemhuis Cultural Centre you see striking combinations of high-grade robust materials such as wood, brick and aluminium. No wonder the architects chose Easy Glass® Slim and stainless steel Q-railing handrails for the stairs and landings. They are a perfect match to the open feel and clear architectural structure. In total around 200 meters were installed.