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The new building consists of the printing works with the necessary stock room and an office section. In order to avoid the traditional distinction between white- and blue-collar workers, the building is organised around a collective courtyard garden from which the various departments are in visual contact with one other. The facade is a continuous elevation that wraps around the building to form a striking volume that is recognisable from the motorway. This fašade is made of serigraphed glass and has a text by Dutch poet K. Schippers; the design of the fašade is in cooperation with graphic designer Karel Martens.

Program: 4.000 m2
Client: Veenman Printers, Ede
Support: Bureau Bouwkunde
Status: design 1995, completed 1997

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