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Beeld en Geluid Hilversum

Last Saturday I visited the Beeld en Geluid Institute in Hilversum, The Netherlands, which is a interactive exposition about media and television and contains 700,000 hours of audiovisual material, which goal is to preserve the rich audiovisual history of The Netherlands.

The institute’s building is also an architectural eye catcher, the many facades of color and straight lines offer unique views and amazing perspectives. The building is designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, who also designed buildings like the Scheepvaart en Transport College in Rotterdam.

You can view my photographs of the Beeld en Geluid Institute in the slideshow below: