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Pavillion in Roosendaal by Rene van Zuuk

Pavillion in Roosendaal - Contemporary rachitecture Design

A new public square design is done by Dutch architect René van Zuuk. this architect and designer has designed a Pavillion in the city of Roosendaal. The design of the pavilionis so unique yet elegant, this pavilion olso built based on the scheme Which built to pave the square with red and brown brick, plant 15 trees, make three exits for the underground parking and as the most visible and important element they proposed a restaurant and coffee pavilion in the form of an oval. The Usable floor area: 620 m² while Built-up area: 518 m² The structure is made by a simple braced steel grid of 4.2m x 4.2m and 3 m high. via

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