Rabo Bank by Refunc

Jul 7, 2017

Rabo Bank by Refunc

In their history, archives have gone through considerable changes, facing numerous challenges along the way. These changes have affected archival science and practice alike. here changes and new challenges can still be experienced today, and their impact now seems even stronger than ever before. Watch here a short video composed of stop motions and time-lapse during the reconstructing of the Rabobank interior based in Maarssen, Utrecht, NL. The project is about reusing old office materials from the bank and designing the interior by giving them a new function and contemporary aesthetics.

Materials:

→ 500 Safe doors
→ 300 value cassettes
→ 400 safe locks
→ 200 archive shelves

Interior concept: Elske Blomme-d´Ancona

Design: Jan Korbes, Denis Oudendijk, Damian van der Velden, Bart Groenewegen and Elske Blomme-d´Ancona.

Video: courtesy of Julius Klimas / Refunc

Source: → Refunc.nl

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