In 1924 the Maatschappij voor Bollencultuur (Society for bulbs culture) asked architect J. Zietsma to design a prestigious building. The building was built in a plain and modern style, which was called the "Haagse School". This was a variant of the well known "Amsterdamse School" style. The building was called the 'bulb ' (bulbs barn), from which the current name is derived. The building is now a national monument and is used by various companies as office building.
On the floor various colors of Needlefelt flooring have been installed, combined with Allura Wood luxury vinyl tiles. * Allura Wood w60146 muted vintage oak is no longer in collection, if you click on the image below you will be directed to the actual Allura wood collection.
|Installation by||Motz Binnen, Heemskerk|