The Enschede Town Hall
In 1929 architect Gijsbert Friedhoff won the assignment for designing the Town Hall of Enschede with his design ‘In d’oude stad’ (In the old city). The building is an example of a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’, in which architecture, interior design and art are integrated.
The reception will be held in the Mosaic Room on the second floor of the Town Hall. One wall in this room is decorated with 250,000 little tiles and is designed and made by artists Moulin and Bouhuys from The Hague.