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Building X Windesheim Zwolle

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'Building X' of the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in the city of Zwolle. This building is designed by Broekbakema architects and finished in June 2010. It is recently nominated for a Dutch price "the most sustainable (commercial) building 2011".

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