Rotterdam – Netherlands

Netherlands Architecture Institute

Variable transparencies

Architectural firm: Jo Coenen & Co

Year: 2011

Mesh model: variabile

According to the project developed by the architect, the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) required maximum transparency or shaded sunlight depending on the levels.

We then conducted a detailed analysis and subsequently created a single mesh with varying degrees of transparency.

The building is classified to comply with zero-energy regulations.

The architectural complex represents one of the most important cultural institutions in the Netherlands, housing one of the world’s largest collections of architecture inside.

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