Space.City Lecture: Mels Crouwel, Bethem Crouwel Architekten
How should we handle the viaduct-tunnel infrastructure? How will light rail change our city? Come hear how Dutch firm Benthem Crouwel Architekten (BCA) has tackled big infrastructure projects. BCA is known for finding simple, lucid, and enduring solutions for complex programs. Schiphol Airport, the Anne Frank House, and the Malie Tower, an office built over the A12 motorway in the centre of The Hague, are all examples of public projects BCA has built at landmark locations. They have also completed a steel-clad building for the Amsterdam RAI Conference Center, a railway bridge for the high-speed rail line over the Hollandsch Diep waterway, and an extension to the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Their recent book, BC AD, covers their 30 years as one of the Netherlandsâ most successful architectural practices.
Explore their work at:
Seattle Central Library Main Auditorium
1000 4th Ave
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