Roosendaal Pavillion : By René van Zuuk Architekten

Posted on April 22, 2011


Roosendaal, the Netherlands
René van Zuuk Architekten
Post By:Kitticoon Poopong 

Photo © Courtesy of Christian Richters

In 2001 the city of Roosendaal (a provincial town in the southwest of the Netherlands) decided to ban cars from the New Market in the centre of town by building a huge two storey underground parking. In order to create a new public square the city of Roosendaal asked the urban design office Quadrat to make a proposition. In their scheme they proposed to pave the square with red and brown brick, plant 15 trees, make three exits for the underground parking and as the most visible and important element they proposed a restaurant and coffee pavilion in the form of an oval.
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