The town hall of IJsselstein is a building by Ben van Berkel's UN Studio from the year 2000. The building is made of concrete and green-tinted profile glass and has a rigid appearance due to, among other things, the rhythmic windows.
This place has become an efficient contemporary office where employees work "activity based". Large plants provide visual separation of the different usage areas.
By using homy and earthy materials, such as fabrics and solid wood, an office landscape has been created where it is pleasant to stay.
Architect: Workshop of Wonders
Client: Provides Social Housing