When Edward Ihnatowicz built the Senster in 1970, he did not do the welding himself. This was done for him by Verburg Holland, a firm form a small town in Zeeland. When the Senster had to be taken apart when the exhibition in the Evolon was closed, this firm took the Senster home with them. Because they knew about the historical siginificance of the Senster, they put it up like a work of art next to their building and there it still stands today.
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Thanks to Erik Frenks for the pictures, and to Mr. Verburg from Verburg Holland for his kind cooperation!