THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC)

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The International Criminal Court is an icon of human rights and it is therefore important that it express human values while also communicating authority and respect.

THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC)

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Featured / Interior & Identity / Competitions / Teaching & institution
year 2010

Rosan Bosch is part of the team that, under the direction of schmidt hammer lassen architects, has won the prestigious competition for the design of the new permanent premises of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, The Netherlands. In close collaboration with schmidt hammer lassen architects Rosan Bosch will work with interior design and art aiming to create a building complex that appear as a symbol of justice and reconciliation. The Inter-national Criminal Court is an icon of human rights and it is therefore important that it express human values while also communicating authority and respect.

For more information on the project please visit www.shl.dk or contact schmidt hammer lassen architects' Architectural Communication Officer Ida Relsted Kærup at: +45 87 32 52 32, M: +45 51 24 25 68, E: irk@shl.dk