Dutch firm LIAG have recently completed the ‘botenlaan sports complex’ as part of the christiaan huygens college campus in eindhoven within a context of post-world war two urban development, the site is situated in the middle of two residential districts, an industrial property and a moderate-capacity road. creating an icon was an important factor behind the shape of the building.

(Source: designboom.com)

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