The Princess Máxima Center had only just been occupied when LIAG received an interesting follow-up assignment. There was a need for a new facility, that of an auditorium where top researchers can organize scientific meetings and congresses here in the future. It is a place that in addition to the "academy," can offer training for professionals in pediatric oncology.
Crown on the roof
This assignment demonstrates the adaptability and flexibility (or future-proofing) of the pediatric oncology center. The auditorium stands out, and has a unity in appearance despite a diversity of functions. The expansion looks like the (proverbial) crown on the work. While subtle details reveal that a new function has been added to the existing program.