NL – Rotterdam, 2016 | Public Building

Renaissance Church as Intellectual Centre

The Arminiuskerk is a key meeting point in Rotterdam. Questions relating to politics, the law and science are regularly discussed at this centre and the Renaissance church is a dedicated space for cultural exchange. Built in 1897, the church’s focal point is its richly decorated and very impressive pipe organ. The natural oak seating lends the austere brick building a warm and welcoming character. The stackable SIT chairs are arranged in rows around the TWIST table.

Architect:M2R Architecten
Photography:Luuk Kramer

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