Artwork Europaplein almost completed

[vc_row fluid=”stretch_row_only” padding_top=”pt-40″][vc_column width=”2/3″ class=”col-sm-6 column-right”][vc_column_text]‘Beautiful. This shows what can be achieved with art to turn a metro line and its stations into liveable areas.’ ‘Slowly but surely it all becomes clear: we will have the most beautiful metro line in Europe.’ Just a few of the reactions on the website of the Metro & Tram Service about the North-South Line, where pictures were recently placed of Gerald van der Kaap’s almost completed artwork for Europaplein Station.

I want a permanent wave / Ich möchte gern eine Dauerwelle / Ik wil graag een permanent. This sentence from a travel dictionary forms the starting point of Van der Kaap’s (1959) design for Europaplein Station. He started working on a design that would strongly influence the atmosphere in the station, where Europe is a central theme. The design’s rhythm is dictated by the sentence I want a permanent wave and a film-like scenario.

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Artwork Europaplein almost completed

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