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Fletcher Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by KOLENIK Eco Chic Design

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Article source: KOLENIK Eco Chic Design

The new four-star Fletcher Hotel in Amsterdam has been given a unique, sustainable interior. The hotel opened to the public on 11 January. Rising design talent Robert Kolenik (31) endowed the inspiring design with his own deliberate style: eco-chic. The eco-chic style stands for natural, unique and honest materials which simultaneously have to exude luxury and warmth too.

Image Courtesy © Rene van Dongen

  • Architects: KOLENIK Eco Chic Design
  • Project: Fletcher Hotel
  • Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Rene van Dongen
  • Project Management: M. Caransa b.v
  • Area: 7000.0 sqm
Year: 2013
  • Structural Engineering: Van RossumRaadgevendeIngenieurs, Amsterdam
  • 
Double Skin Façade: Octatube
  • Building Physics: moBius consult, Driebergen

Amstelveen College in Amsterdam, Netherlands by DMV architects

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Article source: DMV architects

Amstelveen College in the suburbs of Amsterdam in the Netherlands moved into an innovative and practical new building in September 2013.The design is by DMV Architects, who alsodesigned the interior, the fixtures and fittings, the groundsand, importantly for a Dutch college, bicycle parking. In addition, DMV architects supported the Amstelveen municipality in managing the project throughout construction.

Image Courtesy © DMV architects

  • Architects: DMV architects
  • Project: Amstelveen College
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: DMV architects
  • Software used: AUTOCAD & REVIT
  • Client Name: Municipality Amstelveen
  • Contributing staff: Edwin Meyer Viol, René van Zoeren, Nicole Rickert, Martin Slegers
  • New GFA: 13,200 m2
  • Completion: Dec. 2012

Cost of work excluding VAT

  • Construction costs: €9,900,000
  • E-installations: €2,146,000
  • Mechanical installations: €1,352,000

Pilot IKC Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam by Studioninedots

Friday, January 17th, 2014

Article source: Studioninedots

The school of the 21st century needs to satisfy a long list of demands, some of which seem at first to be contradictory. It needs to have character and function as an anchoring point within the neighbourhood. It must be multifunctional, flexible, energy-efficient, sustainable, affordable, and possible to build within just a few months. Impossible? No. In fact, it was recently completed: the Integraal Kindcentrum (Integral Child Centre, IKC) Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam, designed by Studioninedots. The building was opened on 29 November.

Image Courtesy © Peter Cuypers

  • Architects: Studioninedots
  • Project: Pilot IKC Zeeburgereiland
  • Location: Zeeburgereiland, Amsterdam
  • Photography: Peter Cuypers
  • Client: Stadsdeel Oost, Gemeente Amsterdam
  • Type: Primary School, 2800m2 phase 1. with 600m2 extension
  • Plot: 2.400 m2
  • Design-completion: 2012-2013
  • Status: completed
  • Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl.
  • Project team: Daniel Aw, Jarno van Essen, Monika Pieroth, Eliano Felício, Pedro Piernas.
  • Contractor & developer: Verlaat Uden Bouwsystemen
  • Furniture: Metnils

Innovative school in Zeeburgereiland, Amsterdam by Studioninedots

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Article source: Studioninedots

Innovative school concept becomes realityin Amsterdam East

The school of the 21st century needs to satisfy a long list of demands, some of which seem at first to be contradictory. It needs to have character and function as an anchoring point within the neighbourhood. It must be multifunctional, flexible, energy-efficient, sustainable, affordable, and possible to build within just a few months. Impossible? No. In fact, it was recently completed: the Integraal Kindcentrum (Integral Child Centre, IKC) Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam, designed by Studioninedots. The building was opened on 29 November.

Image Courtesy © Peter Cuypers

  • Architects: Studioninedots
  • Project: Innovative school
  • Location: Zeeburgereiland, Amsterdam
  • Photography: Peter Cuypers
  • Client: Stadsdeel Oost / Gemeente Amsterdam
  • Type: Primary School, 2800m2 phase 1. with 600m2 extension
  • Plot: 2.400 m2
  • Design-completion: 2012-2013
  • Status: completed
  • Designteam: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl.
  • Projectteam: Daniel Aw, Jarno van Essen, Monika Pieroth, Eliano Felício, Pedro Piernas.
  • Contractor & developer: Verlaat Uden Bouwsystemen
  • Furniture: Metnils

Residence Rieteiland Oost in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Diederendirrix Architects

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Article source: Diederendirrix Architects

Rieteiland Oost in IJburg is an island in Amsterdam with several detached houses, most of which border onto the IJ at the rear and are closed in at the front by a collective courtyard. This residence opens onto the IJ with a view over the Diemerzeedijk. Maximum use is made of this open view by raising the living area to the bell level and putting the garaging, together with the front entrance and workroom, on the subterranean level.

Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix Architects

  • Architects: Diederendirrix Architects (Jessica Sibbing)
  • Project: Residence Rieteiland Oost
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Living Tomorrow in Amsterdam, Netherlands by UN Studio

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

Article source: UN Studio

The Living Tomorrow pavilion is situated in Amsterdam South-East, where it occupies an exceptional position because of its small-scaled measurements. The layout of the building functions as a basis for the different innovative concepts and technologies adjusted to the recent developments during the next 5 years.

Image Courtesy © UN Studio

  • Architects: UN Studio
  • Project: Living Tomorrow
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Program: Showroom pavilion – Demonstration lab (House of the future, event space, auditorium, business department of the future, the future office, lounges)
  • Building area: 4.000 m²
  • Building volume: 45 x 21 x 33 m
  • Client: Living Tomorrow, Vilvoorde
  • Gross floor surface: 3.500 m²
  • Volume: 32.000 m³

Design

  • UN Studio: Ben van Berkel with Igor Kebel, Aad Krom, Martin Kuitert, Markus Berger

BRIDGE OLYMPIC STADIUM in Amsterdam, Netherlands by René van Zuuk Architects bv

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

Article source: René van Zuuk Architects bv

The “Na-Druk-Geluk-Brug” is part of the new public space around the Olympic stadium in the Noord-Zuid As area of Amsterdam. The 1928 Olympic stadium was completely renovated and updated to contemporary standards in the late nineties while considering the spirit of the original design made by Jan Wils.

Image Courtesy © René van Zuuk Architects bv

Urban Villa in Amsterdam, NL by pasel.kuenzel architects

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Article source: pasel.kuenzel architects

Close and compact are the residences lined up along the waterside of Grote Rieteiland, an artificial island in Amsterdams hip neighbourhood Ijburg.

Within a strict and complex set of urban rules pasel.kuenzel architects succeeded to develop a plain and sober urban villa that is unique in its reduced design and compelling in its materialisation and level of detailing.

Image Courtesy © Marcel van der Burg

  • Architects: pasel.kuenzel architects
  • Project: Urban Villa
  • Location: Amsterdam, NL
  • Photography: Marcel van der Burg
  • Team: R. Pasel, F. Künzel, F. Pocas
  • Client: Private
  • Date: 2009-2013
  • Size: 307 m2

Transformation K-flats Bijlmer in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Bastiaan Jongerius Architecten

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

Article source: Bastiaan Jongerius Architecten

The reason for the transformation of Kralenbeek, Kempering, Klieverink, Kouwenoord at The Karspeldreef in Amsterdam Zuid – Oost is the renewal of K – neighborhood.  The lane has been reduced, the public area was redesigned and a comprehensive program is realized. The residential towers are standing proud to the karspeldreef and by the height of each tower of 20 floors; they are a marker in the plan of the Bijlmer.

Image Courtesy © Bastiaan Jongerius Architecten

Canal House hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Concrete Architectural Associates

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Article source: Concrete Architectural Associates

The concept of the Canal House has been to build a luxury boutique hotel which offers all the service you expect from a five star plus hotel combined with the welcoming and warm feeling you get from a home. The aim was to create a true home away from home, in a house which you could use nearly as if it would be your own. Next to the individual rooms the guests have the opportunity to stay in the living room, the parlor room with a house bar, the garden and even in the kitchen according to their needs and mood.

Image Courtesy © jim ellam

  • Architects: Concrete Architectural Associates
  • Project: Canal House hotel
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: amy murrell, jim ellam
  • Client:  curious hotels
  • Project team: rob wagemans, lisa hassanzadeh, sander vredeveld, menno baas, sofie ruytenberg, erik van dillen, chrissie phillips
  • Joinery:Roord Binnenbouw
  • Lighting and electrical:   Lammerink
  • Total area: 1225m2
  • Date opening: april 2011
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