Guesthouse Belvédère (2007).
Parkland that offers a view over the city of Maastricht has been developed from what was previously a mountain of refuse. An art assignment resulted in a folly being designed that focussed on the city in one direction and the Belgian landscape in the other. The structure is fully detailed and the construction and cladding consist exclusively of second-hand scaffolding planks. The pavilion was transported in ten sections and no connecting materials can be seen after assembly so the wooden planks come completely into their own. The second-hand materials refer to the former tip. The remains of a 250,000 year old civilization were previously found on this site.