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The castle Duivenvoorde is used today as a museum. Its origins lie in the Middle Ages (13th century), but it acquired its current symmetrical structure after a major renovation in 1631.
Commissioned by Stichting Duivenvoorde (Duivenvoorde Foundation), Van den Berg Architects manages the maintenance reports and BRIM grant applications for the castle. In addition to the castle itself, this service also extends to the “Jagershuis” and several farms which are part of the estate.
The architectural condition is inspected and the maintenance work, which is intended to conserve or improve the condition of the building(s), is further described, developed and budgeted.
Van den Berg Architects ensures a sustainable conservation of this prestigious building!