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TRANSFORMATION TOWNHALL BORSELE in Heinkenszand, Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Thill architects

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill architects

The municipality of Borsele in the Dutch province of Zeeland was founded in 1970 by the merging of 13 villages. Heinkenszand was assigned centre of this newly formed administrative unit and a new town hall was built for the 25.000 inhabitants. More then 30 years after the opening, the building was in need of rehabilitation. On the one hand, the façade as well as the roof weren’t fully waterproof anymore. Furthermore, the building had to undergo an asbestos abatement to adapt to modern building standards. On the other hand the interior of the building had to be renovated in order to create a flexible and modern office environment. The building climate had to be improved in order to reduce energy loss.

Image Courtesy © Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz

Image Courtesy © Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz

  • Architects: Atelier Kempe Thill architects
  • Project: TRANSFORMATION TOWNHALL BORSELE
  • Location: Heinkenszand, Netherlands
  • Photography: Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz
  • Client: Gemeente Borsele

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Sports centre Zaandam Zuid in Zaanstad, Netherlands by UArchitects

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Article source: UArchitects

The construction of the sports centre Zaandam-Zuid in Zaanstad is located in the Poelenburg district of the city. The sports centre is used during the day by the adjacent practice schools, while in the evening and weekends it will facilitate the needs of the surrounding neighbourhood associations.

Image Courtesy © Emile van Vugt

Image Courtesy © UArchitects

  • Architects: UArchitects – Emile van Vugt & Misak Terzibasiyan
  • Project: Sports centre Zaandam Zuid
  • Location: Zaanstad, Netherlands
  • Client: Municipality of Zaanstad & Coresta

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House Plot 75 in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Office Winhov

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Article source: Office Winhov

The ‘Little Reed Island / Kleine Rieteiland’ on IJburg is surrounded by water that forms the border to the southern Diemerpark. The central street of the island is flanked on both sides by a continuous row of built homes developed in private ownership. Within well-defined urban conditions each house has its own architecture. The design for the house on lot 75 is created within close collaboration between the client and the architect.

Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

  • Architects: Office Winhov
  • Project: House Plot 75
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Stefan Müller, Thomas Lenden (model)
  • Design: 2010-2011
  • Construction: 2012-2013
  • Client: private
  • Design: Office Winhov, Amsterdam
Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

Image Courtesy © Stefan Müller

  • Team: Joost Hovenier, Charles Hueber, Giles Townshend, Coen Smit, Jan Peter Wingender together with Anouk Roelofs en Joost van de Weg
  • Project management: De Ruimte Projectontwikkeling, Amsterdam
  • Furniture: David de Klijn – Studio de Klijn
  • Engineer: Pieters Bouwtechniek
  • Installations: Technisch Adviesbureau Sanes
  • Construction: Vink en Veenman
  • Gross surface: 252m2
  • Net. surface: 206m2

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A luxury apartment-like boardroom in Almere, Netherlands by KOLENIK Eco Chic design

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Article source: KOLENIK Eco Chic design

When Eco Chic design meets crafts man ship in lighting, beautiful things happen. 

The collaboration between Robert Kolenikand Maretti took shape in an alluring design for the HQ of the worldwide renowned specialist in design lighting in Almere (NL).

Image Courtesy © KOLENIK Eco Chic design

Image Courtesy © KOLENIK Eco Chic design

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Drents Museum in Assen, Netherlands by Erick van Egeraat

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Erick van Egeraat

The most important aspect of Erick van Egeraat’s design for the new entrance and extension of the Drents Museum is the consistent integration of the museum into the fabric of the city. A balanced play of building, landscape and water, creates a new identity for the extended museum, emphasizing both the scenic character and the cultural-historic face of the city centre of Assen. The new exhibition wing covers 2 000m², all under ground. Its staggered, organic roof consists of a public garden that connects the existing city parks. Openings in the roof allow daylight to enter the exhibition spaces below.

Image Courtesy © R. Tilleman

Image Courtesy © R. Tilleman

  • Architects: Erick van Egeraat
  • Project: Drents Museum
  • Location: Assen, Netherlands
  • Photography: R. Tilleman, J.Collingridge

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View of Veere – House Kamperland in Netherlands by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Article source: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

The view from the location, over the water, to the historic silhouette of the town Veere (The Netherlands) is breathtaking. The living floor has been moved up, above the garden, pier and moored sailboats to be able to freely enjoy this magnificent view.

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

  • Architects: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
  • Project: View of Veere – House Kamperland
  • Location: Veere, The Netherlands
  • Photographer: Luuk Kramer
  • Project Architect: Jacq. de Brouwer
  • Team members: Cees de Rooij, Kees Paulussen
Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

  • Interior: Liesbeth Annega
  • Relevant advisors: Laride Veldhoven, Goudstikker De Vries BV
  • Contractor: Bouwbedrijf van de Linde, Goes
  • Building period: april 2008 – july 2009
  • Gross floor area: 360m2
  • main Manufacturers/Suppliers: Floor: Seamless floor (DRT Floor); Sanitary: Van Boven, Den Dungen; Bricks: Röben Black; Window Frame: Reynaers Aluminum

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2157 – House Berkel-Enschot in Netherlands by Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Article source: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten

House Berkel-Enschot is situated within a rural landscape of profound beauty. Next to a green triangular shaped juncture there’s a collection of old barns and farmhouses. The principal idea was to design a residence that would fit well within this setting and would offer lots of interesting views outward, from an interior immersed in light.

Image Courtesy ©  Filip Dujardin

Image Courtesy © Filip Dujardin

  • Architects: Bedaux de Brouwer Architecten
  • Project: 2157 – House Berkel-Enschot
  • Location: Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands
  • Photography: Filip Dujardin
  • Software used: AutoCad

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“Kop van 5” Halsteren the Netherlands by Schaap en Sturm Architecten

Saturday, July 12th, 2014

Article source: Schaap en Sturm Architecten

The building commits 71 apartments (47 in social housing and 24 apartments for sale), a studio for guests, an huge atrium entrance hall with a collective coffee corner and terraces. Below the building is a parking, a bicycle parking and private storages. The starting point of the project where in fact two dwelling projects, with a small cycling path in between.

Image Courtesy © Schaap en Sturm Architecten

Image Courtesy © Schaap en Sturm Architecten

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The new Firehouse in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands by Schaap en Sturm Architecten

Friday, July 11th, 2014

Article source:  Schaap en Sturm Architecten

The new firehouse of Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands is designed by the office of Schaap en Sturm Architecten in Roosendaal. The firehouse is situated where the waves have hit the city wall in formertimes.In the architecture of the building this consciousness of the history of theplace is particularly visible in the shape of the roof, which is designed aswaves rolling in, in an abstract form. 

Image Courtesy ©  Schaap en Sturm Architecten

Image Courtesy © Schaap en Sturm Architecten

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The Underground Extension of the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis in Hague, Netherlands by HANS VAN HEESWIJK ARCHITECTS

Sunday, June 29th, 2014

Article source: HANS VAN HEESWIJK ARCHITECTS

THE HAGUE: On June 28th, after a construction period of just two years, the new Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis in The Hague opens its doors to the public for the first time. The surface area of the famous Mauritshuis museum has been doubled – although there is hardly any indication of this fact above ground, thanks to a complex and spectacular feat of engineering which was completed on schedule and within budget. The dramatic yet subtle intervention has solved the logistical problems facing the constantly busy, much-visited museum, while also resulting in a bright and welcoming entrance space characterised by an ingenious and striking use of daylight. The renovation of the existing Mauritshuis was also a part of this project.

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

  • Architects: HANS VAN HEESWIJK ARCHITECTS
  • Project: The Underground Extension of the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis
  • Location: Hague, Netherlands
  • Photography: Luuk Kramer

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