The identity of a village centre is often defined by a single building that characterises the overall appearance. In the small village of Noorderwijk, that role is taken by the former town hall, which was later redesignated as a village hall and library. Its main features are the warm and welcoming outer shell clad with wine-red clay tiles and the strong contrast this forms with the glass extension.
Library in Noorderwijk © Goetschalckx Liesbet
Library in Noorderwijk, Belgium © Goetschalckx Liesbet
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