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Brains Unlimited in Maastricht, Netherlands by Wiegerinck

Friday, January 24th, 2014

Article source: Wiegerinck

The Cognitive Neuroscience department at the Maastricht University (Department of Psychology and Neuroscience) expressed its ambition in 2008 to further expand its name in the field of brain research. The department also wished to offer research groups and external parties the possibility of using advanced research facilities.

Image Courtesy © Kim Zwarts

  • Architects: Wiegerinck
  • Project: Brains Unlimited
  • Location: Maastricht, Netherlands
  • Photography: Leon Abraas, Kim Zwarts
  • Client:  Maastricht University
  • Constructor: Arup
  • Advisors: Arup
  • Design outdoor: Poelmans Reesink
  • Design interior:  Wiegerinck architectuur stedenbouw
  • Design: 2009
  • Completion: september 2012
  • Gross area G.A.:  8.248 m² bvo
  • Project cost:  € 8.710.000,- ex BTW
  • Investment cost: confidential
  • Contractor: Van Wijnen Sittard, Siemens Nederland, Cofely, Laudy Bouw en Ontwikkeling

Het Buro-De Bovenkamer in Rotterdam, Netherlands by Krill Architecture & Christian Müller Architects

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Article source: Krill Architecture & Christian Müller Architects

Het Buro/De Bovenkamer is a project specially developed and designed for young people. In the Bovenkamer 24 studio’s are realised, twelve of which for former drop-outs, getting a few hours of professional guidance a week, while the other studio’s are for young professionals, acting as role models. With 475m2 office space the Buro offers the possibility for easy start-up of small enterprises. The glazed corner will serve as a coffee corner, a meeting place for the youth, entrepreneurs from the Buro and people from the neighbourhood.

Image Courtesy © Jeroen Musch

  • Architects: Krill Architecture & Christian Müller Architects
  • Project: Het Buro-De Bovenkamer
  • Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Jeroen Musch
  • Software used: Vectorworks, Open Office Excell and Creative Suite.
  • Contributors: Arnold de Bruin, Barbara Costatino, Raimonda Cibayte, PaulPeter Kuper, Magdalena Merchan, Jiri Serek, Elena Vicente
  • Programmatic concept: Het Observatorium, Greetje Hoitink en/and Krill architecture, met/with Hans Venhuizen, Michaela Stegerwald Architectuur, John van de Wetering Advies,
  • Design – Completion: 2010 – 2012
  • Client: Woonbron Ontwikkelbedrijf Rotterdam, Woonbron Delfshaven, Rotterdam
  • Directievoering: Joop van Eisden, Woonbron Ontwikkelbedrijf ism Harmen van de Wal en Christian Müller
  • Contractor: Van Wijnen, Stolwijk
  • Structural engineer: Adviesbureau Van Dijke BV, Alphen aan de Rijn
  • Installation engineer: Boonstoppel Engineering bv., Alblasserdam
  • Landscape architect: OR Else, Mark van der Bij, Amsterdam
  • Building costs: € 1.280.000 (inc. installations/building services)
  • Building costs per m2: € 924,00 (inc. installations/building services)
  • Gross floor area: 1385 m2
  • Lettable floor area: 1050 m2

V’ House in Maastricht, Netherlands by Wiel Arets Architects

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Article source: Wiel Arets Architects

V’ House was constructed for a couple that collects vintage cars, and is stitched within the medieval tapestry of Maastricht. The city dictates all new structures remain within the envelope of pre-existing buildings, and so a cut was created in the house’s front façade to generate a triangulated surface, which leads from one neighbor’s sloped roof to the opposite neighbor’s vertical bearing wall.

Image Courtesy © Jan Bitter

  • Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
  • Project: V’ House
  • Location: Maastricht, Netherlands
  • Photography: Jan Bitter
  • Program: Housing
  • Size: 530 m2
  • Date of design: 2006-2010
  • Date of completion: 2013
  • Project team: Wiel Arets, Alex Kunnen, Joris Lens, Breg Horemans, Felix Thies, Daniel Meier
  • Collaborators: Francois Steul
  • Client: Private

Chapel Hezenberg, Netherlands by Möhn + Bouman Architects

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

Article source: Möhn + Bouman Architects

The journey of a stable to a chapel; the story of this little building.

Embedded deep in a beautiful landscape, itself shaped during the last ice age, this chapel embodies a peaceful and inspiriational atmosphere. The harmonious, timeless furniture, crafted from pure oak, reflects the building’s woodland environment. Behind the altar a unique piece of art shimmers softly in the light.

Image Courtesy © Sarah Blee, Möhn + Bouman Architects

  • Architects: Möhn + Bouman Architects
  • Project: Chapel Hezenberg
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Photography: Sarah Blee, Möhn + Bouman Architects
  • Client: Hezenberg – Centre for pastoral care 
  • Design: 2011 
  • Status: completed 2012 
  • Area: 93 sq m
  • Software used: Vectorworks and Sketchup.

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Steel Screen in Emmen, Netherlands by Möhn + Bouman Architects

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Article source: Möhn + Bouman Architects

The project is situated in a former rural town that grew over the last decades into a medium-sized regional city. As a result of this process large parts of the city are transforming gradually towards a more urban character. The client is an innovative project developer, keen to play an active role in this process. Recently they acquired a piece of land close to the city centre for future redevelopment.

Image Courtesy © Sarah Blee

  • Architects: Möhn + Bouman Architects
  • Project: Steel Screen
  • Location: Emmen, Netherlands
  • Photography: Sarah Blee
  • Client: Orangerock Projectontwikkeling
  • Design: 2011
  • Status: completed
  • Software used: Vectorworks and Sketchup.

Studio Schoot in Oirschot, Netherlands by Diederendirrix Architects

Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

Article source: Diederendirrix Architects

Studio Schoot lies in a green setting on the edge of the village of Oirschot. By placing most of the communal areas on the first floor, maximum advantage is taken of the panoramic view of the church tower of Oirschot to the front and the sport fields to the back. The use of apertures and open connections creates interesting sight lines and relationships which emphasize the spacious character of the building.

Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix Architects

Nedinsco in Venlo, Netherlands by Diederendirrix Architects

Saturday, December 14th, 2013

Article source: Diederendirrix Architects

The Nedisco factory is one of the most prominent buildings in Venlo. The conversion and restoration of this national monument forms the crux of the Maaswaard Plan, the urban redevelopment to the south of the inner city. The complex – built from concrete, steel and glass – is an exceptional example of industrial architecture, which can be accredited to The International Style with the foundational theory of air, space, and light.

Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix Architects

Le Havre in Eindhoven, Netherlands by Diederendirrix Architects

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Article source: Diederendirrix Architects

In a central location in Eindhoven, diederendirrix realised a striking office block in an existing but otherwise unremarkable industrial terrain. The massive block, Le Havre, stands rock-solid and independent in its setting. The concept for the building is clear and simple.The office units are placed around a central hall so that the opportunity of meeting co-workers is maximized. At ground level the building is enclosed by a patio which creates a direct and optimal relationship between the interior and the exterior.

Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix Architects

B05, “Kuifje” in Rotterdam, Netherlands by NL Architects

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Article source: NL Architects

Nieuw-Crooswijk is a residential area in Rotterdam, strategically located near the city center and Kralingse Bos, a beautiful park. Everything within 10 minutes”. Large parts have recently been demolished and will soon be reconstructed.

Seven architecture offices were invited to contribute to a differentiated ‘cityscape’. The objective was to create expressive architecture; the focus on refining the facades by to introducing elaborate details; accentuating entrances, articulating bay windows and balconies, introducing intricate brickwork, pronounced window frames and delicate fences: sculptural on the micro scale.

Image Courtesy © Luuk Kramer

  • Architects: NL Architects
  • Project: B05, “Kuifje”
  • Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Luuk Kramer
  • Client: OCNC, Woonstad Rotterdam, Proper-Stok Groep, ERA Contour
  • Project Architect: Sarah Möller
  • Collaborators: Thijs van Bijsterveldt, Wim Sjerps, Stefan Schülecke, Florent Le Corre, Gerbrand van Oostveen, Gen Yamamoto
  • Structural Engineering and Working Drawings: Adviesbureau voor Bouwtechniek (ABT)
  • Contractor: ERA Contour
  • Program: Housing (28 units), Retail Space, total: 3.600 m2
  • Process: Design: 2008, Start construction: 2010, Completion: 2013

La Facade in Den Bosch, Netherlands by Diederendirrix Architects

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Article source: Diederendirrix Architects

From an urban planning point of view, the east side of the square in the station district in Den Bosch lacked a clear boundary. diederendirrix designed a closed perimeter block for the location both to define the volume of the square and to gesture towards the station and the palace district which lies behind.

Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix Architects

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