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In 2010 Zecc Architects was selected through a European tender for the expansion and renovation of the Drents Archive in Assen. Two years later Zecc delivers its first public building: The monument is quite been dusted, completely reorganized and equipped with a brand new entrance at the canal. The reason for the plan is a new way of giving access to archival material. In the Drents Archive 3.0, you no longer find containers filled with old cards with family trees, but now you can navigate through digital photos, old maps and film material. You can search by time and place or even leave text messages with the found material to bring old stories back to life. An important goal is making the archive data accessible to a broad audience: young and old, for large groups, for "archive snackers and deep diggers". View more View full description
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