The Hague, 1995

In the new town hall of The Hague, a mezzanine was built in a large open space with lots of glass and several offices and a waiting room for visitors. In this space the work Passanten (or, passers-by) is located; a series of fifteen marble benches based on the basic elements of architecture, namely horizontal and vertical construction. 

On the benches are rollers with a diameter of thirty centimeters and a length of sixty centimeters that determine the size of the sofa. The benches vary from 30 centimeters, on which is room for one roll, to 210 centimeters, fitting a maximum of seven rolls. The soft color scheme of the benches contrasts with the snow-white background of the town hall. 

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