Monday, May 2, 2016

This Dutch city hall is adorned with giant fingerprints from local residents


The new city hall of Daventer, Netherlands has a unique and beautiful facade that features aluminum panels that replicate the fingerprints of the city's 2,264 residents. Designed by Rotterdam-based Neutelings Riedijk Architects, the windows of the building have been strategically placed to maximize natural light and ventilation, while a shed roof prevents direct sunlight and unwanted solar gain. Truly impressive!





[h/t: inhabitat]

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