The Municipal Theatre of Haarlem is a cultural landmark in the historical city centre of Haarlem. The original theatre, built during World War II, is a listed monument and ranks among the five most important theatres in the Netherlands.
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Winner of the 2007 biannual Dutch Rietveldprize, named after the famous "De Stijl" architect. The new faculty building is located on the University campus "De Uithof" forming the corner to the existing Academic Hospital of Utrecht.
A compact building with a strong identity within the landscape. The new Metzo College, replacing three existing school buildings, houses a school for vocational education as well as public sport facilities.
Resembling an open book, the library's two main towers give a face to the previously undefined space.
The new Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art Gallery Building (MIMA) and adjoining Public Square are part of the redevelopment of the town centre in Middlesbrough, a community of approximately 150,000 inhabitants in the North East of England.