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2.8m Tall Circular Full Vision Revolving Doors RC2 Burglar Resistant- Van Gogh Museum


In 1999 Kesho Kurokawa Architects & Associates designed a new wing for the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. The Full Glass revolving doors were designed and built by Bauporte, they are constructed to the RC2 burglar resistance standard and are compliant with EN1627. The state-of-the-art glass structure complements the curved and elliptical shape of the Kurokawa wing, while connecting it to the original museum building designed by Gerrit Rietveld. Bauporte was responsible for the technical design, engineering, production, installation and maintenance of the transparent revolving doors, defining the identity of the transparent entrance building.

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