|This is a new dormitory building in Enschede, a city in the east of the Netherlands. It has a climbing wall on the side of this nine story building. According to the architect it is the second highest one in the Netherlands. Cool! By Arons & Gelauff Architects. This climbing wall features 30 meters high, 2500 grips.
ˇ°It was a gift from the client to the inhabitants of the campus, because the university of Enschede has a very active and successful mountaineering club ¨C however paradoxical that may sound in the flat Netherlandsˇ±, Arons & Gelauff Architects write, ˇ°As a climber in the Netherlands, one anyway has to resort to artificially created training spots, so why not combine architecture and climbing wall?ˇ±
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