Enschede Town Hall
Enschede Town Hall, built in 1933, is the masterpiece of the architect, Friedhoff. The hall is a unique example of the ‘Traditional style’. It holds a strong position in the heart of downtown Enschede. Over the years, the monument has seen several modifications. Lacking an overall vision for the future, these alterations have gradually affected the original character and identity of the town hall. Nowadays, the building is not used to its full capacity.
The Mayor and Aldermen of Enschede invited XPEX to create new concepts and user scenarios to redevelop the building and give it new relevance for society, cultural history, and public administration, all the while respecting its status as a state monument. XPEX worked on this project together with process director Paul Overakker.