|||||||The new section of Gebr de Nobel|Corten steel and shiny stainless steel|The 19th century building was a former cement factory|The main auditorium|The main stairwell is designed so it can be used for small-scale acoustic performances|Building materials include brick, metal and wood in a variety of finishes||
07 Jan 2015

Dutch music venue rocks contrast of rough & smooth

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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