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The Town Hall Hilversum (Raadhuis Hilversum) was designed by W.M. Dudok to serve as seat of the municipal council of Hilversum in the Netherlands. Construction was completed in 1931. It is a much-admired building that is considered the finest example of Dudok’s work and internationally recognized as one of the most influential buildings of its time. Apart from the well spaced dimensions of the interior and exterior also admire the stained glass windows in the lower part of the tower. (16 scenes)
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As building was carried out under municipal supervision many details inside and out are Dudok’s own: the size of brick in the facades, the furniture, the upholstery, the lettering, even the door-handles. As such it’s a true “Gesamtkunstwerk”.