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With a newly added volume including the Council Chamber, Reset architecture has reorganized the town hall of Geldrop- Mierlo (Dutch town next to Eindhoven). This transparent meeting centre communicates the public nature of the building and engages the citizens with the municipality. Internally, it is the core of the building complex where visitors, the council and civil servants come together.  Program. The town hall of Geldrop-Mierlo has been completely renovated and expanded with a multifunctional meeting centre including a council chamber and meeting rooms. Furthermore, a renovation of the building was needed, making it sustainable and a suitable workplace. Reset architecture was also asked to improve the architectural expression since the building lacked the appearance of a public building and did not clearly communicate its function as the town hall.  The town hall consisted of two connected building parts; a listed nineteenth-century villa and a nondescript eighties office building carelessly attached to it.  View more View full description
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