Architectural firm FARO designed a Hague animal hospital as a symphony in wood. A variety of native larch adorns the southern façades, Zwarthout makes the outer shell robust. An article in the June issue of Houtblad starts with this introduction.

The black façade cladding consists partly of Zwarthout Naoshima, for which FSC-Douglas boards have been burned in a controlled manner. In collaboration with its partners, FARO has set up an attractive building. A building that takes animals and people into account, with a brown-black coat! 

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