An office building that has been designed by a Swedish architect is making it’s way into a museum in the Netherlands.
The building at the heart of the Dutch architecture giant DHL is currently being restored to its original state, and will be on display at the Amsterdam Museum of Modern Art from April 14th to June 12th.
The building at Noordwijk was designed by Mies van der Rohe, the same architect who designed the Bauhaus building in Amsterdam.
The Bauhouse was built in 1927 and features a circular floor plan and three story windows.
The space is designed to be ideal for meeting and work spaces, with an elevator that allows people to move through the building to the outside.
The DHL building was built for the company’s customers and was the first skyscraper in the city to be built in the 1960s.
“The Bauhouses project was a challenge because of the lack of space in the building, but it was a very good decision,” said Ralf Van Brugge, DHL’s head of urban design.
“The Baus were designed with a simple, simple goal in mind.
They wanted to have an office that was as small as possible, but with a large, contemporary appearance.
They created a modern design, and they did it using the best materials.”
The museum’s exhibit “A Small Place in the Dutch Urban Design,” which will be shown at the Museum of the City of Amsterdam from April to June, will feature a variety of photos and videos of the Baus building, including a view of the elevator and the elevators, as well as photographs of the interior and exterior.
“This building was a big project for us, and we are happy that we have this opportunity to tell the story of what made this building successful,” Van Brogge said.DHL is a world leader in the supply chain of office furniture.
The company was the third largest furniture manufacturer in the world last year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The majority of furniture made in the United States comes from Europe.