Klok & Peel museum (NL)
Orangery in the garden of the museum
|Location||Asten, The Netherlands|
|Occasion||Renovation and expansion|
|Use||'Orangery' in the museumgarden for events, exhibitions, meetings|
The rounded shapes of the HighLight-construction suit the elegant, romantic looking reception area in the orangery. It is a stylish decor for events, expositions and meetings.
Our former Queen Beatrix opened the round shaped orangery
Queen Beatrix opened the orangery in 2011 when it was still called the National Carillon and Nature Museum. It is famous for its antique carillons in all shapes and sizes, with even a replica of a thousand years old Arabic piece. For this museum we built a stylish and inviting Orangery in the garden.
Asten in The Netherlands is – also internationally - well known for its bell-foundry, The Royal Eijsbouts - de Koninklijke Eijsbouts. The company has a solid reputation throughout Europe and far beyond; even in Japan you find huge bells from Royal Eijsbouts. See: http://www.museumasten.nl/.