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Zollverein School of Design

Facade fragment of the Zollverein school for Management and Design on the Zollverein premises near Essen. The volume of the building is a 35 meter cube made of concrete punctured with square-shaped windows. It has six floors (includinf roof and basement) each with a different height. It was designed by Japanese architecture firm Sanaa led by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa. I visited this place in november 2007 during an office excursion.

Gevelfragment van de Zollverein school for Management and Design op het Zollverein terrein bij Essen. Het volume van het gebouw is een kubus van 35 meter die voorzien is van vierkante ramen. Het heeft slechts zes verdieping (inclusief het dak en de kelder). Het is ontworpen door het Japanse architectenbureau Sanaa van Kazuyo Sejima en Ryue Nishizawa. Ik bezocht deze plek in November 2007 tijdens een bureau excursie.

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