The architecture of this veterinary care centre originated in the municipal building policy which requires that brickwork be a decisive element in new builds. In order to not fall back on purely traditional design, Kabaz architect Andre de Vos adopted the form but not the material. A building completely clad in Corten steel was the result. This weathering steel-faced building has an expanse of glazing with wooden slats along the front. Along the side, it boasts a completely original faÃ§ade with laser-cut trees as a grand gesture of transparency.
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