Originally a mill house and shop, this property is now a national monument.
The building is unique, not only in the city but also in the work of its famed architect. It reflects the influence of the Amsterdam School on his style, in contrast to his other buildings. Particularly striking are the rounded edges which reflect the shape of the terrain. The stained-glass windows with images from the past catch the eye, as do the former silos, which now form the stairwell. They all underline the character of this Welkoop building: sturdy solidity.
Location
Apeldoorn
Surface area
700 m²

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Destination
Office / Community
Energy Index Class
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