Philips Museum temporarily closed for wind-proof pent

The Philips Museum on the Emmasingel in Eindhoven will close from Monday, September 7 till Wednesday, September 9.

This is necessary in due to the work on the wind-resistant pent on the facade of the building. The museum will be closed to ensure safety.

The work has cost the Philips Museum visitors in recent months because people assumed the museum was closed because of the building fences.

Ever since the completion of the shopping area between Admirant and Vrijstraat – six years ago – business owners and shoppers complain about the often strong winds around the tallest residential tower in Eindhoven.

A new pent of 750 square meters, made of steel and glass, should fix the problem.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Maryanne Staal

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