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Architecture July, 1 2009

Hermitage Amsterdam

On July 19, 2009, the Hermitage Amsterdam opened to the public. Transforming a 17th-century building, Hans Van Heeswijk Architects created a brilliant space to house the Russian State Museum’s Dutch outpost. In celebration of the completion, NDCC Publishers has produced a photo heavy book detailing the new museum and its interiors. Apart from the photographs of Luuk Kramer, the volume also includes a series of essays from Ernst Veen, director of the Hermitage, and architect Hans Van Hesswijk. Out now in Dutch, look for the English version in September.

All photographs by Luuk Kramer, Hans Van Heeswijk Architects. More images after the jump.

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