DELVA and Powerhouse Company are creating a new entrance to the ‘Hollandse Duinen’ National Park, which combines nature and architecture. The gateway, with its park and new visitor centre, settles in the Koekamp, a stone’s throw from the Koningin Julianaplein and the city centre.
The visitor centre and its park, which have been commissioned by the Dutch forestry commission (Staatsbosbeheer), are expected to be completed in 2024.
Just a stone’s throw from The Hague’s Central Station, Koekamp is a survival from medieval times: a cattle field turned deer park (Philip the Good brought the first deer here). It became a public landscape, popular
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