The Amsterdam Centre for Architecture (ARCAM) was established in 1986 and provides a space where professionals, enthusiasts, and the general public can engage with contemporary architectural issues and developments. It is the oldest and largest of now more than forty local Dutch architecture centers.
Housed in a distinctive modern building designed by Dutch architect René van Zuuk, the centre itself is a testament to innovative architectural design. The building, completed in 2003, features a unique, trapezoidal form with a sleek aluminum facade.
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