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Charles Holland Architects

Stroom Hut

Stroom Hut or Nonument is a playful place marker on the seafront providing amenities for cyclists and walkers in The Hague, Holland.

The project was commissioned by the City of The Hague as a surveillance hut for a bicycle park for the seaside resort of Schrevenige.

This little building also acts as a piece of public art and is contained in an object that is part monument, part strange fortification and part folly. 

Deriving from seaside architecture, fortifications, lighthouses and earthworks, this monument has a small house on its top that periodically catches fire. 

In January 2006, the project was featured on a series of postage stamps showcasing artworks by international artists in the Netherlands.

Stroom Hut was designed by FAT 

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