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Town Hall Tilburg

2021

Photography of exterior and interior of the Townhall in Tilburg, the Netherlands, for Dedrie Architecten (NL). Artwork in the municipality hall by Fransje Gimbrere (NL). Interior design by Common Affairs (NL).

The original primary office building of the municipality of Tilburg was designed by Kraaijvanger Architects. After 45 years of intensive use, it was time for a new impulse where contemporary office concepts, sustainability and transparency are important themes.

During the redevelopment, the building was stripped completely and rebuilt to meet current day requirements. The design for the New Tilburg Town Hall builds on the characteristics and design principles of the original design. The building retains its familiar and characteristic composition of interconnected volumes but is almost entirely new at the same time.

With the redeveloped building, Tilburg will get a contemporary, transparent and sustainable Town Hall that encourages interaction and does justice to its cultural and historical heritage.

Dedrie Architecten

Common Affairs

Fransje Gimbrere

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