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COEN! design agency | Office Besturenraad / BKO

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COEN! created a new working environment and identity layer for the ‘Besturenraad / BKO’. These two organizations are going to cooperate more intensively at a new location and take care of two denominational types of education in the Netherlands: Catholic and Protestant. The aim of this project was to visually connect the shared goals and principles of both organizations.

For the design of this story COEN! used The Book as a metaphor. Apart from the Christian and Catholic values a book also consists of structure, text and image. You see stained glass patterns, metal grids based on the golden section and special text prints with a message. The relation between faith and education is also subtly made clear by DNA patterns and golden ‘office altars’.

Location: Woerden, The Netherlands
Architect: COEN! design agency | Coen van Ham
Interior Builder: De Vastgoedinrichter, Gielissen
Materials used:
Floor: Interface Equilibrium
Ceiling: Rockfon
Walls and glass foil prints: DeBlick
Furniture: most of the furniture: design by COEN!, most of the rest is existing furniture and desks: reused at this new location
Lockers: Vepa
Client: Besturenraad / BKO
Project Area: 2,200 sqm
Project Year: 2010 – 2011
Status: Completed 2011
Photographs: COEN! design agency
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