The creators of many iconic buildings in the Netherlands and abroad always try to contribute to the future of the city. Ever since Benthem Crouwel Architects was founded in 1979, the architects challenged themselves by designing the practical, innovative, restrained and the iconic. With great success, everyone who has been in the Netherlands has seen Benthem Crouwel architecture, like the Anne Frank Museum, The Hague Central Station and Schiphol Airport. They always seek a balance between economic, social and ecological, with a special concern for innovation and sustainability.