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Deventer Town Hall in The Netherlands by atelier PRO

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

Article source: atelier PRO

Atelier PRO architects have been selected to create the interior design for the new Town Hall Quarter in Deventer. The Deventer municipality has opted for flexibility, sustainability, cooperation and interaction as the major basic principles for this interior.

Image Courtesy © Eva Bloem Fotografie

Image Courtesy © Eva Bloem Fotografie

  • Architects: atelier PRO (Dorte Kristensen)
  • Project: Deventer Town Hall
  • Location: Grote Kerkhof 4, 7411 KT, Deventer, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Eva Bloem Fotografie
  • Client: Gemeente Deventer
  • Interior architects: Wessel Reinders, Naomi Schiphorst, Susan Vlemminx
  • Team: Thijs Klinkhamer, Regien Kroeze,  Mark Bruin, Ron Bruin, Priet Jokhan
  • Structural engineer: Aronsohn Constructie, Rotterdam
  • Project management: Rob Verberne, Hester Scholten
  • Contractor: BAM Utiliteitsbouw regio Noordoost, Bunnik
  • Interior total: € 7.700.000,- (under embargo, do not yet mention!)
  • Building total: € 65.400.000,- (Neutelings Riedijk Architects)
  • Total building size: 24.000 m²
  • Interior design size: 24.000 m²
  • Newly build part: 19.500 m²
  • Renovation listed buildings: 4.500 m²
  • Opening: 13-04-2016


Het Kielzog Cultural and Municipal Complex in Hoogezand, The Netherlands by De Zwarte Hond

Friday, October 21st, 2016

Article source: De Zwarte Hond 

The Municipality of Hoogezand-Sappemeer has been given a single, prominent, public building in which a theatre, an arts centre, a library and the town hall are accommodated. In the dynamic heart of this Dutch municipality citizens are served a wide palette of services, information, education, culture and recreation. Existing elements, such as the theatre auditorium, dating back to the 1980s, are re-used in the new development. The adjacent town hall, at the moment still in an outdated state, will ultimately undergo a complete transformation. In the meantime the existing premises and the new build function as a single entity. The connecting, central street forms a temporary solution to the gaps in the present infrastructure. Both in terms of use, as well as technological exploitation and urban design, the new central building has great advantages for Hoogezand-Sappemeer.

Realised Phase 1 with existing town hall premises to the left, Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits

Realised Phase 1 with existing town hall premises to the left, Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits

  • Architects: De Zwarte Hond
  • Project: Het Kielzog Cultural and Municipal Complex 
  • Location: Hoogezand, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Michel Kievits
  • Client: Municipality of Hoogezand-Sappemeer
  • Area: Total 9250 m2 – Phase 1: 5.100 m2 & Phase 2: 4.150 m2
  • Year: Phase 1 : 2013 – 2016 / Phase 2: To be determined


OostCampus in Oostkamp, Belgium by Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016

Article source: Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos

OostCampus is the seat of civic, administrative and social services of an area in the heart of the countryside around Bruges (Brugse Ommeland), a beautiful landscape outlined by rows of trees and canals, punctuated by residential castles built along the centuries by wealthy merchants from the neighbouring Flemish town, and enriched with discrete industrial parks with high end technology companies like Siemens, Tyco, Entropia Digital, or EADS.

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán

Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán

  • Architects: Carlos Arroyo Arquitectos
  • Project: OostCampus
  • Location: Oostkamp, Belgium
  • Photography: Miguel de Guzmán
  • Client: Autonoom Gemeentebedrijf Oostkamp, Oostkamp City Hall (Gemeente Oostkamp), Oostkamp Social Services (OCMW)
  • Contractor: CEI De Meyer
  • Project Budget:
    • Building: 6.5 M€
    • Park: 1.3 M€
  • Surface:
    • Building: 11.000 m2
    • Park: 40.000 m2
  • Competition: 2008
  • Construction: February 2011 to March 2012
  • Inaugurated: 15 June 2012


New Town Hall in Saint-Jacques de la Lande, France by LAN Architecture

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

Article source: LAN Architecture

LAN Architecture has just completed a new town hall in Saint-Jacques de la Lande, near the capital of Britanny, Rennes.

It caps the creation of the Saint-Jacques de la Lande’s new city center. This project is the logical extension and contemporary version of the long architectural history of city halls. With its two squares, it is readily identifiable from the route.

Image Courtesy © Julien Lanoo

Image Courtesy © Julien Lanoo

  • Architects: LAN Architecture
  • Project: New Town Hall
  • Location: Saint-Jacques de la Lande, France
  • Photography: Julien Lanoo
  • Client: Town of Saint-Jacques de la Lande
  • Team: LAN Architecture (Lead architect), Agence Franck Boutté (HEQ consultant), LBE (fuides), Batiserf Ingénierie (structure), Michel Forgue (Economie), Lamoureux (acousticien)
  • Budget: € 3,7M excl. VAT
  • Surface: 2,260 m²
  • Calendar: 2010 – 2015


Byblos Town Hall in Lebanon by HASHIM SARKIS STUDIOS

Saturday, May 21st, 2016


Hashim Sarkis was awarded the commission of the new Byblos Town Hall after an anonymous open competition.

Byblos, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and a World Heritage Site, has been growing outside the historic city bounds to the point where most of the city’s population now lives in its suburbs. Boasting a historic harbor, two crusader castles, several historic churches and mosques in addition to an extensive Phoenician, Hellenistic and Roman heritage, the city is the most visited tourist site in Lebanon.

Image Courtesy © Wissam Chaaya

Image Courtesy © Wissam Chaaya

  • Project: Byblos Town Hall
  • Location: Byblos, Lebanon
  • Photography: Wissam Chaaya
  • Client: Municipality of Jbeil/Byblos
  • Contractor: Roger Stephan, Jack Chahla (site engineer)
  • Engineers: Isopak (Electromechanical and Structural)
  • Landscape: Nayla AlAkl
  • GFA: 3583 cum
  • Site area: 1667 sqm
  • Building height: 14 m
  • Building depth: 4.15 m
  • Competition: 2011
  • Completion of Building: April 2016


Town Hall of Wilanów in Warsaw, Poland by KURYŁOWICZ & ASSOCIATES Sp. z o.o

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Article source: KURYŁOWICZ & ASSOCIATES Sp. z o.o 

The project of the Town Hall of Wilanów District of the Capital City of Warsaw that was completed and opened in December 2014 is a continuation of the architectural and urban concept by studio Kuryłowicz & Associates, chosen as a result of a competition organized by the Municipality of Wilanow, and the decision was taken in June 2000. The construction began in 2002, was interrupted during the open core and shell construction phase for approx. 10 years. It was resumed in 2012 with the participation of another contractor.

Image Courtesy © W.Krynski

Image Courtesy © W.Krynski

  • Architects: KURYŁOWICZ & ASSOCIATES Sp. z o.o 
  • Project: Town Hall of Wilanów
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Photography: W.Krynski
  • General Designer: Prof. dr hab. arch. Stefan Kuryłowicz , prof. dr hab. arch. Ewa Kuryłowicz
  • Lead architect: arch. Piotr Żabicki
  • Design team: Architects: Katarzyna Stawowa, Jacek Ciećwierz (conceptual design); Karolina Sroczyńska, Anna Śliwka; Piotr Kuczyński (inspecting architect)
  • Landscaping: MPRO Sp. z o.o (more…)


Tuesday, July 7th, 2015


The village is small and the building is of a small scale, with a correspondingly small budget and program that included formal configuration of this square, a transcendental feature of rural Spanish life that the village lacked.

Village Valdemaqueda,Image Courtesy © Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

Village Valdemaqueda,Image Courtesy © Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos

  • Location: Plaza de España, 1. Valdemaqueda. Madrid. Spain
  • Photography: Eduardo Sánchez
  • Client: Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid,  Dirección General de Administración Local
  • Téchnical engineer: Joaquín Riveiro Pita. C.A.M.
  • Collaborators: Manuel García de Paredes, Nuria Ruiz
  • Consultants: GEASYT (MEP). GOGAITE (Structure)
  • Project: Enero 1996
  • Area: 527 m2
  • Final cost: 302,000 Euros / $US 292,000


VALLE DE EGÜÉS TOWN HALL IN Navarre, SPAIN by Juan M. Otxotorena

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Article source: Juan M. Otxotorena 

The built complex is located in plot EP-13 of the ‘Ecocity’ of Sarriguren. It is destined to become the new Town hall of the Valley. It meets to a fairly articulated and complex and very detailed programme of requirements, for which a detailed description of the planned uses and distribution by storeys was provided.

Image Courtesy © José Manuel Cutillas

Image Courtesy © José Manuel Cutillas

  • Architects: Juan M. Otxotorena
  • Location: Sarriguren, Valle de Egües, Navarre, SPAIN
  • Photography: José Manuel Cutillas
  • Collaborators architects: Gloria Herrera, Iñigo Jiménez
  • Quantity surveyors: Isabelino Río
  • Structure engineering: José Ignacio Etayo
  • Promoter: Andacelay Society
  • Construction company: ACR
  • Construction area: 7.894,15 m2
  • Budget: 4.829.658 €
  • Date: November 2011


Town hall in saxon, switzerland by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

Article source: Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes

the village of saxon, situated on the rhône plain, lacked a meeting-place for the various events and celebrations that punctuate the year. the municipal authority chose the centre of the village as the site for a car park, community hall and public open space alongside the church.

Image Courtesy © thomas jantscher

  • Architects: Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes
  • Project: Town hall
  • Location: saxon, switzerland
  • Photography: thomas jantscher
  • Client: town of saxon
  • Program: town hall and place

Dates :

  • Project: 2010
  • Execution: 2012
  • Sia 116 volume :3’750 m3
  • Construction management: pascal panchaud, saillon
  • Civil engineer/collaboration: alpatec sa, martigny


Saturday, April 12th, 2014

Article source: Jean-Pierre LOTT


The project’s 5 objectives, which encompass the new development, are to:

  • develop the town hall plaza;
  • create a connection with the existing historic building;
  • close off Rue Benoit Hure (whose only use was to provide access to the Mercuriales car park);
  • design a building whose scale would be compatible with the existing buildings and would help to reorganise the space;
  • open a pedestrian zone linking the cinema and the shops in order to develop community life.

Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly

  • Architects: Jean-Pierre LOTT
  • Photography: Luc Boegly, Mairie de Bagnolet
  • Project manager: Anne-Flore DEROBERT
  • Contractor: Ville de Bagnolet
  • Executive contractor: Sequano Aménagement
  • Firms: engineering firm: BERIM
  • Stage design: MAS EA Consultants
  • Engineering firm breame in use: Oasiis
  • General firm: Urbaine de Travaux
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