Friday, June 17, 2016

Museum Voorlinden Wassenaar

Kraaijvanger architects 

Philip Akkerman a part of the Caldic collection. Photo dolf pauw

The new exhibition building for the Caldic Collection consists of a long sand-coloured building located at the Voorlinden estate - in a grass field at the edge of a forest - and features circa 6.700 m². The exhibition building has three components: alternating expositions, a fixed collection and space for displaying permanent pieces. They have been supplemented by supporting and generic functions, like a shop, auditorium, educational space, restoration workshop and a library. A visit to the exhibition building will be a complete experience, for which a number of ingredients are already present. The entrance to the park, with its view of the fields, the special atmosphere of the early 20th century patrician’s house, the walk through and along the garden and the many views across the estate. Opens in 2016
LINK museum Voorlinden

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