Posts Tagged ‘Arnhem’
Friday, June 2nd, 2017
Article source: atelier PRO architekten
In the Huissensestraat, the major distribution road of the district Malburgen in Arnhem, atelier PRO has designed 83 new houses. Malburgen is one of the oldest garden towns in the Netherlands. In Arnhem this is the only quarter built on the southern banks of the Rhine.
Image Courtesy © Dirk Verwoerd
- Architects: atelier PRO architekten
- Project: Malburgen residences
- Location: Huissensestraat, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Photography: Dirk Verwoerd
- Client: Municipality Arnhem
- Project architect: Alex Letteboer, Emile Jansen
- Project leaders: Jaco de Koning, Emile Jansen
- Project team members: Adrienne Huang, Rebecca Wong, Allard de Goeij, Johan Hendriks, Arthur Loomans, Dirk de Knegt
- Budget: € 8.500.000 incl.
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Article source: LIAG architecten en bouwadviseurs
The new building for the Rivers International School Arnhem, designed by LIAG, is situated in Arnhem on the south side of the Rhine river, next to the Arnhem South railway station Schuytgraaf. The Arnhem region is situated within the Netherlands close to the German border in a rural area where housing and public facilities are readily accessible. The River’s population represents over 45 nationalities. The caring atmosphere helps all the students to feel at home.
Image Courtesy © Ben Vulkers
Friday, November 25th, 2016
Article source: Studioninedots
As announced by FrieslandCampina, the proposal from BPD | Studioninedots was successfully selected for the redevelopment of the company’s Coberco factory site. Our vision opens up the current disused industrial site on the Rhine river with and for the people of Arnhem through creating a distinctly sustainable and lively urban environment.
Image Courtesy © Studioninedots
- Architects: Studioninedots
- Project: The Melkfabriek
- Location: Nieuwe Kade – Westervoortsedijk, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Client: BPD Ontwikkeling
- Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
- Project team: Karlijn de Jong, Wouter Hermanns
- Team: Studiospacious, BOEi, DELVA Landscape Architects
- Local partners: DTO, Willemsen Makelaars and more
Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
Article source: AHH
De Opmaat, an extended school located where a meadow landscape meets the outskirts of Arnhem, houses a primary school, a nursery, a playgroup and a gym. The building has sloping roofs, staggered in relation to one another, with stairways, tribune steps, rooflights and roof vegetation. The form fits in with the surrounding area. Thanks to the green on the roofs, the view of the landscape from the houses on the other side remains intact. The glazed frontage on the north side refers to the nearby glasshouses.
Image Courtesy © Herman van Doorn
- Architects: AHH
- Project: De Opmaat extended school
- Location: Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Photography: Ellen Tijben, Herman van Doorn, Herman Hertzberger, René de Wit
- Area: 3,230 m2
- Year: 2004-2007
Thursday, April 14th, 2016
Article source: Buro Harro
A former wasteland in the centre of Arnhem (Netherlands) is transformed to an iconic park: A flourishing heather landscape with a huge PartyAardvark (an artwork by Florentijn Hofman) lying amidst of it. Together with office D.T.O. we took the initiative to transform this desolate area – due to the economic crisis – to a patch of spectaculair nature in the city. The Bartok Park is a symbol for Arnhem: a city that is uniquely situated on the edge of the Natural Park the Veluwe, but doesn’t seem to take much pride in this fact. The vegetation is transplanted from that Natural Park into the city centre: we brought nature literally to the city.
Image Courtesy © Buro Harro
- Architects: Buro Harro
- Project: Bartok park
- Location: Arnhem, Netherlands
Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
Article source: UNStudio
The new €37.5m (£27.6m) Transfer Terminal at Arnhem Central Station in the Netherlands has now completed.
The station is the result of an ambitious 20-year project – masterplanned by UNStudio – to redevelop the wider station area; the largest post-war development in Arnhem. Backed by the Dutch government, this transfer hub rewrites the rulebook on train stations and is the most complex of its type in Europe. The station will become the new ‘front door’ of the city, embracing the spirit of travel, and is expected to establish Arnhem as an important node between Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium. The new terminal houses commercial areas, and a conference centre and provides links to the nearby office plaza, city centre, underground parking garage and the Park Sonsbeek. The area around the station will become a place in of itself, with 160,000m2 of offices, shops and a cinema complex.
Image Courtesy © Ronald Tilleman
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: Arnhem Central Transfer Terminal
- Location: Stationsplein, Arnhem, The Netherlands
- Photography: Ronald Tilleman, Frank Hanswijk, Siebe Swart
- Client: ProRail B.V.
- Structural engineer: Arup Amsterdam (transport terminal) Van der Werf & Lankhorst (bus station, parking garage and office square)
- MEP / Installations: Arcadis
- Main Contractor: Besix-Welling
- Building surface: 21.750 m2 (gross floor area)
- Building volume: ca. 90.000 m3
- Building site: ca. 11.250 m2
- Programme: Public transport terminal
- Status: Opening in November 2015
Friday, February 28th, 2014
Article source: NL Architects
ArtA will be an exciting mixture of public functions: a ‘sandwich’ of cinema, square, museum and park: Art House,Art Square, Art Show, Art Park.
By pushing this programmatic sandwich down on one side the roof becomes accessible. At the same time the building opens up to the river. An easily accessible roof landscape emerges draped over vibrant city life: ‘urban moraine’.
Image Courtesy © NL Architects
- Architects: NL Architects
- Project: ArtA Kunstencluster
- Location: Arnhem, the Netherlands
- Year: 2014
- Type: competition entry
- Client: City of Arnhem
- Size: 8,500 sqm
- NL team:Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse, Gen Yamamoto, Eke Hoekstra, Jose Ramon Vives,, Laura Riano, Sander van de Weijer, Arne van Wees,, Mario Genovesi en Shane Dalke, Peter Bijvoet, DGMR.
Saturday, October 5th, 2013
Article source: NEUTELINGS RIEDIJK ARCHITECTS
Rozet is the new address for various cultural and educational institutions in Arnhem. The mixture of Library, Heritage Centre, Art Centre and Community College gives rise to one of the most important public buildings in the city.
View facade, Image Courtesy scagliolabrakkee / © Neutelings Riedijk Architects
- Architects: NEUTELINGS RIEDIJK ARCHITECTS
- Project: ROZET CULTURE HOUSE
- Location: ARNHEM, THE NETHERLANDS
- Photography: scagliolabrakkee, Neutelings Riedijk Architects
- Program: Cultural center, Library, Music and Dance school, Art studios, Exhibition spaces, Auditorium, Grand-Café, Bookstore
- Surface Area: 12.000 sqm.
- Building costs: €25 mio building and construction costs, €31 mio building and construction costs including interior and immediate surrounding area.
- Client: City of Arnhem Stadhuisplein 1, 3811 LM Arnhem, the Netherlands
- Design: Competition 2009, first prize
- Construction start: 2011
- Completion: 2013
Sunday, September 25th, 2011
Article source: boetzkes|helder
Villa DVT is a detached house on the outskirt of Arnhem in the suburb Schuytgraaf. The client expressed a desire for a unique and modern home and an interior with a ‘loft-quality’. This resulted in an explicit design with graphic lines and minimalistic details.
Exterior View (Images Courtesy Merel van Beukering)
- Architect: boetzkes|helder
- Name of Project: Villa DVT
- Location: Arnhem, Netherlands
- Structural engineer: Bartels engineers
- Facade engineer: Metadecor
- Project Year: 2011
- Project Area: living space 160 sqm, plot area 630 sqm
- Photographs: Merel van Beukering