HCVA architecten - Museum De Lakenhal Leiden
Museum De Lakenhal is Leiden’s municipal museum for art, applied art and history and since its inception in 1874 it has been housed in the ‘Laecken-Halle’, a stately mansion designed in 1641 by the city architect, Arent van ’s-Gravesande. The museum consists of an ensemble of buildings from different periods, each with its own character. Karin Borghouts photographed the building after restoration by HappelCornelisseVerhoeven Achitects and Julian Harrap Architects. A new wing is added on the west side.
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The book ‘Museum De Lakenhal. A portrait’ is published December 2019.
ISBN 978-94-6208-541-1 | text Meta Knol, Koen van Synghel | design: Reynoud Homan | photography: Karin Borghouts | English | hardcover | 22 x 28 cm | 156 pages | Order here: nai10.com