Museumpark

The Museumpark is divided into four zones: a paved zone, a romantic zone with trees and a pedestrian bridge, an asphalted city zone for events, and a well-tended orchard. The car park designed by Paul de Ruiter uses split levels and lots of glass for a light, spacious and transparent look. The water reservoir prevents flooding in the city centre during heavy rainfall. Designed by: Rem Koolhaas, Yves Brunier (1988- 1993, 2011) / Paul de Ruiter (2005-2010) photo's: Ossip van Duivenbode

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This 40-ton, 26.2-metre steel artwork beside De Bijenkorf department store was an ideological contribution to constructivism , as Gabo put it. Despite its heavy mass, the sculpture conveys an impression of weightlessness.
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Drijvend Paviljoen

Floating Pavilion is a complex consisting of three floating half-spheres. The structure will be 12 metres tall, with a total floor area the size of four tennis courts, and will be fully relocatable. For the first five years, the futuristic pavilion will be moored in the Rijnhaven, serving as an exhibition and reception space. This pavilion will be remarkable not only because of its shape, consisting of three floating half-spheres, but also because of its climate change resilient, innovative, sustainable and flexible qualities.
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Schiecentrale

The Schiecentrale in the Lloydkwartier district is old electricity plant and has been transformed into the epicentre of the fast growing creative industry. The Schiecentrale is a collection of striking old and inspiring new buildings where numerous creative companies cooperate to produce ideas, films, videos, commercials, programmes, animations, music, websites, games and art.
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