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Paleiskwartier 's-Hertogenbosch (Armada)
Netherlands

The Armada Housing complex in the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands. The complex exists out of 10 buildings in total and was designed by Tony McGuirk of BDP (Building Design Partnership). All buildings have a curved profile and were completed in 2005.

Copyright: Frank Van Tol
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Uploaded: 18/06/2011
Updated: 23/06/2011
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