Arcam

Arcam (Amsterdam Centre for Architecture) moved to its new quarters on the waterfront at Oosterdok in September 2003. The decision to move to new premises was prompted by the desire to give a forward-looking institute a more contemporary look and the growing need for a larger exhibition space. A small pavilion, designed by Renzo Piano, was partly demolished leaving the floors and columns to be integrated in the new design.

The columns and some of the floors needed to be integrated in the new design. Reuse of foundation parts was not the only limitation laid upon…...

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