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Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

Neutelings Riedijk

Today architecture is image. We may bemoan the fact that experience is less and less a part of how a landscape is perceived and understood, but it’s also true that most of what we know comes to us via images: from the television screen, advertising posters or glimpsed through the windows of a moving car. This was the premise for Willem Neutelings and Michiel Riedijk’s design for the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid) in Hilversum, Holland. The building houses the country’s entire national radio and television archive, offices, and an area called “Media Experience” where the public can get a hands-on understanding of how a TV studio works.The Institute has been designed as the monumental entrance to a quarter grouping Holland’s television studios. Called Media Park, it is the site of the splendid building of broadcaster VPRO - the...

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