Glass roof tops off Paleis Het Loo extension
Over the last few months, Paleis Het Loo construction has been steadily advancing. Photographer Dominique Panhuysen brings a report from the site! Explore the progress below!
The glass roof over the Grand Foyer has been installed on a steel structure, introducing daylight to the newly extended museum. The roof will be topped with 4cm of water, creating a pond and reflecting the monumental Palace.
Historical grass parterres have been replaced by the four Bassecour ponds above the underground extension and will be materialised in glass and natural stone.
Seen from the west wing, structural works are being finalised to connect the Grand Foyer of the underground extension with the central Corps de Logis.
The visual connection between Corps de Logis and the underground Foyer is ensured through the glass roof.
The recent bout of sunshine has helped preview the magnificent light effects that will be visible on the walls and floors of the underground extension, soon to be clad in marble.
Keep an eye on our website or follow the official Paleis Het Loo video channel for more updates on the construction progress. In the meantime, explore the full project here.
Photographs by Dominique Panhuysen.