Who is Mels Crouwel?

He’s the architect who has to make sure all government building projects in The Netherlands have the architectural ambition to justify taxpayers’ investment, that’s who. On October 1, the 51-year-old took up his four-year post as Rijksboumeester or chief government architect.

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