The new building of The Supreme Court, by KAAN Architecten,
houses one of the most important courts in the The Netherlands, established in 1838 to provide exclusive final jurisdiction over the state's civil and criminal matters. Six bronze statues mark the entrance which features a Façade of green glass louvres and an interior dominated by marble. I've been walking around this premises for a while, finding new photographic opportunities time and again. The Public area, the service floor and the three houses in the upper floors, signified with their own marble, combine into a new gateway to The Hague.