TwentseWelle permanent exhibition
TwentseWelle, Enschede, 2008

OPERA was commissioned to design the permanent installation and study centre for the new Museum TwentseWelle in Enschede.The project transforms the old Rozendaal textile factory and the immediate surrounding area into a new Museum attraction complex. The centre consolidates three local museums (Museum Jannik, Van Deinse Institute and Natuurmuseum Enschede) allowing the historic collections to be housed, managed, studied and exhibited under one roof. The collections focus primarily on nature, technique, and local traditions, offering an extensive survey of the region, its inhabitants, traditions, and techniques from prehistoric time until present day. The collections work in an educational and recreational manner to inform and stimulate visitors regarding the history of the city and region. Surface area: 3.000 m2.

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