Has something of a tepee for the new chapel civil marriages in the Netherlands designed by Architects Dus . The original, however, change the material used for the realization: not more than animal skins, but two miles of hoses for ventilation knotted in a thick mesh tube.
The environment is designed to provide a space where unusual pronounce the “yes”. But without the atmosphere of ceremony is precluded: wooden floor, size and collected a candid natural light make the chapel a place where intimate and essential to exchange vows.
The hall is located inside the municipal hall of the city of The Hague (draft Korteknie Stuhlmacher): structure, temporary, was made to work as a platform for local decisions about urban development area, pending the Permanent configuration of the building is approved.
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