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The Randstad Sights


  • Westzeedijk 341 Map It
  • Museumpark

Updated 09/02/2012

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This "art house" sits at one end of the visitor-friendly museum quarter and hosts major temporary exhibitions. There is no permanent collection, other than the massive, multistory boxlike center itself, designed by architect-prophet Rem Koolhaas. Opinions about the building are sharply divided: some say the design bridging the gap between the Museumpark and the dike is a clever spatial creation; others consider it an ugly mix of facades (part glass, part brick, and part

corrugated iron) that has led to rusted iron, stained concrete, and cracks in the central walkway. The biggest complaint is the lack of elevator, compounded by the hazards of the central ramp, whose steep angle makes this a potential ski slope for wheelchair users. Fortunately, the eclectic exhibitions, usually three or four at any one time, are always fascinating, regardless of the setting.

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Westzeedijk 341, Rotterdam, 3015 AA, Netherlands

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Sight Details:

  • €11
  • Tues.–Sat. 10–5, Sun. 11–5

Updated 09/02/2012


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