The architecture centre ARCAM was founded in 1986. It is the centre for architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture. The unusual, futuristic building, which also has a wonderful view of the Oosterdok (lake in Amsterdam), was designed by René van Zuuk. Find out all about the architecture of Amsterdam from the 9th century to now.
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What you can see at the architecture centre
The ARCAM changes the exhibition approximately five times a year. In addition, there is also a permanent architecture exhibition on the lower floor. Current topics and developments around Amsterdam and urban planning are as much a part of the exhibition, as are architectural features and new construction projects. You can also get tips on particularly interesting buildings at the Architecture centre Amsterdam. From April to October, the ARCAM offers an introductory lecture every Friday followed by a two-hour architectural city tour.