The Auditorium Building by Benthem Crouwel Architects features an angular and geometric design that relies on the art of simplicity.
This structure is located on a new college campus in Germany, to the north west of Osnabrück’s town centre and is a modern design lover's dream. The architecture piece embodies the essence of a minimalist aesthetic and is reflective of its architect's clean vision.
Amsterdam and Aachen based firm Benthem Crouwel Architects is known for their involvement in the redesign of a series of major Dutch railway stations as well as their continuing work on Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
"In order to create a strong connection between the forum and the more open spaces of the campus beyond, the building was opened from below." This auditorium building boasts an angular slope that creates a dramatic cantilever form, the building's most eye-catching element.
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