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renovation of Het Noordbrabants Museum 's-Hertogenbosch

The former government palace has been fully renovated. Wherever possible, the palace’s original structure with a succession of period rooms, each with its own colour scheme, has been restored. A museological route has been designed between these rooms so that the entire palace is open to the public. Air-conditioning and security systems have been concealed in the walls and ceilings that comply with the strictest requirements for museums. A library has been added in the attic. The exhibition layout was designed by Opera Amsterdam.

renovated façade, Het Noordbrabants Museum, photograph Joep Jacobs
refurbished period room, photograph Marije Kuiper
detail of curtains, period room, photograph Marije Kuiper
curtains and wall lining, period room, photograph Marije Kuiper
passageway to Het Noordbrabants Museum
palace garden with view of Het Noordbrabants Museum
exhibition space with systems concealed in panelling
entrance reception desk, Het Noordbrabants Museum
lockers, entrance area, photograph Marije Kuiper
library in attic, photograph Marije Kuiper