As part of a larger urban plan, the 'Bovenbouwwerkplaats' project turns a 1905 building where large elements of trains were manufactured into a cultural center for the Dutch city of Utrecht. The refurbishment of the warehouse involved preserving and restoring its main industrial qualities, including its skeleton, roofs, and external facade. Glazed surfaces in walls and ceilings are meant to open up to the neighborhood while bathing the interiors with natural light. Attached to the complex, a five-level volume presents a curving skin of steel. Its metallic folds wrap a mobility hub with shared cars and bikes.