The Mauritshuis

The Mauritshuis

Architecte
Hans van Heeswijk Architecten
Lieu
Den Haag, Netherlands | View Map
Année du projet
2014
Catégorie
Musées
Histoires par
ARUP

Mauritshuis to be reopened by Dutch king

ARUP en tant que Ingénieurs.

The newly renovated and extended museum 'the Mauritshuis' is to be reopened on 27 June by King Willem-Alexander.


The Mauritshuis is a 17th century city palace in The Hague, exhibiting the very best Dutch paintings of the Golden Age, like 'The Girl with the Pearl Earring' by Johannes Vermeer. The museum needed a large renovation and an extension, which houses a new exhibition space, an auditorium and room for educational purposes.


Arup's nearly invisible building services design made it possible to maintain the monumental nature of the building, while keeping the central focus on the art collection.


"In order to make the building services invisible, we mapped all possibilities in detail. Even behind the fabric of the wall covering we discovered a space befitting a temperature and humidity sensor. These type of findings were all assimilated into the design. In the Netherlands it is extremely rare for a tender phase to work out the building services concept on this level of detail. " — Bart Kramer-Segers, Project Manager, Arup


An underground foyer connects the city palace to the adjacent building of 'Sociëteit de Witte', which was completely stripped and redeveloped as exhibition space.


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Produits utilisés dans le cadre de ce projet
Fiche technique du produit

ÉlémentMarque
ChairZeitraum GmbH
LightingBEGA
FabricantsBoon Edam
Fiche technique du produit
Chair
MORPH LOUNGE, Morph Chair by Zeitraum GmbH
Lighting
by BEGA
Fabricants
Casa Cuata II
prochain projet

Casa Cuata II

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