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Exteriors | July 20, 2011 | By:

The largest composite building in the world sees first panels put in place on the new façade of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam

As reported in Fabric Architecture, July 2010, the museum façade redesign by Benthem Crouwel Architects consists of a single surface of Teijin Twaron and Toho Tenax fiber composite panels covering an area of about 3,000m2.

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