In 1989, in the famour former Exchange of Berlage in Amsterdam, architect Pieter Zaanen and structural designer Mick Eekhout realized a concert and rehearsal hall for the Dutch Chamber Music Orchestra: a glass hall with unique structural and acoustic characteristics.
The Glass Music Hall won several architectural awards and got international fame. But because of floor capacity the directors have decided to demolish this icon, roughly 25 years after its inauguration.