Museum Beelden aan Zee
Dutch architect Wim Quist designed Museum Beelden aan Zee. The building, with a basic shape of two large circles, is dug into the dune and turns its back on the chaos of the busiest esplanade of the Netherlands. The centre of the building is crowned by the historic Von Wied Pavilion commissioned by king Willem I and built in 1826. Unimpeded natural light and spacious dimensions are characteristic of the museum that is structured into halls, patios and terraces on different levels.
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