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Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum / Nieuw Land Heritage Centre ( Benthem Crouwel )
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NIEUW LAND HERITAGE CENTRE
BENTHEM CROUWEL, 1991-1993
Oostvaardersdijk 0113 / Lelybaan, Lelystad

ARCHITECT(URAL OFFICE):
Benthem Crouwel

EXTENSION:
Atelier Pro

ARCHITECT(URAL OFFICE):
Jan Benthem
Mels Crouwel

BUILDING TYPE:
Museums and exhibition buildings

STATE:
Atelier PRO (uitbr. 2002-2004)

PUBLICATIONS:
Bouwen met Staal 1993-11/12; de Architect 1994-4; l'Arca 1994-7/8; Jaarboek 1993-1994; Benthem Crouwel 1980-2000, 1999
The Nieuw Land Heritage Centre focuses on the history of the new IJsselmeer polders. An oval silver tube set on a dyke, it offers views of the conquered sea at one end and the newly reclaimed land at the other. In an extension the supporting dyke was replaced by a broad plinth building containing a mix of facilities. Alongside the museum is an original farm shed from Noordoostpolder. A long timber shed of parabolic section by KCAP serves as a workshop for restoring the wrecks of old vessels excavated from the polder clay.