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WSN/Duisenberg building Zernike (2)
Netherlands

The yellow-red building is the recently finished faculty extension of the Duisenberg Building (the large gray building, also known as the WSN-gebouw). It houses the Faculty of Economics & Business and Spatial Sciences and is designed by 'pvanb architects'.

Copyright: Frank van tol
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Uppladdad: 01/02/2011
Uppdaterad: 20/08/2014
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