In Zwolle, major developments are taking place, particularly in the Spoorzone. From the front of Central Station to far in the direction of the IJssel River, a new district is emerging. With innovative companies, art and music schools, a museum annex, more attention for pedestrians and cyclists and room for more residents. Because the city is growing, both in size and quality.
Mothership is proud to be part of these developments and to give an extra boost to the new places that are thus being created.

Like on Lübeckplein, where a giant mural of 325 square meters of color, 21 meters high and 16 meters wide, covers a wall lined with 9800 tiles. The square was known to be bare, empty and unsociable. The recent redesign has already made it more of a real place to stay, greener, with water and seating areas. But now! An all-seeing eye lovingly watches over the square, the city gate also provides access to this district, the stylized Zwolle church tower comes to take a look at the new part of the city. An iconic enrichment of the environment, which brings a cheerful atmosphere.

The design is by Rotterdam artist Thijs Kelder from
Studio Ruwedata, the execution was done by the Zwolle-based Lonneke van Zutphen.