The Arnhem Rozet is a recently completed structure serving as an all-in-one heritage center, library, community college, dance school and bookstore. The multiuse space was designed by Rotterdam-based Neutelings Riedijk Architects and features a bold concrete facade that is characterized by its rich, grainy texture.
The Arnhem Rozet building is sustainable in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, boasting a green roof that serves as both a natural ventilation system and an oasis for local birds and insects.
The striking wooden interior of the Arnhem Rozet feels like part-mall, part-school, with a sandy color palette throughout. The Rozet aims to become a pillar of culture and education for the community while also being an investment urban accessibility.
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