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PUBLIC ART DEPOT MBVB in Rotterdam, Netherlands by MVRDV

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

Article source:  MVRDV

Collection Building is an art depot open to the public. A public route zigzags through the building, from the lobby on the ground floor where a café can be found up to an exhibition space, sculpture garden and restaurant on the roof. On the way up the route passes along and through art depots and restoration workshops. In depots visible from the route, the exhibition can be changed on a daily basis by simply moving storage racks so each visit to the building can offer a unique experience. On three floors the route passes through exhibition spaces which will be programmed by Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.

Image Courtesy © MVRDV – Antonio Coco

  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Project: PUBLIC ART DEPOT MBVB
  • Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: MVRDV – Antonio Coco
  • Year: 2013
  • Client: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, De Verre Bergen Foundation, the City of Rotterdam
  • Program: 15.000m2 art depot with restoration facilities, exhibition spaces, offices, logistics, bar, restaurant, sculpture garden and private collectors facilities.
  • Budget: 50 million Euro
  • Design Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries with Fokke Moerel and Sanne van der Burgh, Marta Pozo Gil, Gerard Heerink, Elien Deceuninck, Saimon Gomez Idiakez, Nacho Velasco, Jason Slabbynck, Mariya Gyaurova.
  • Sustainability: BREEAM Excellent (goal)
  • Structure: PietersBouwtechniek
  • Cost engineering: IGG Consultants
  • Installations: DGMR Consultants
  • Legal Project: Richard Jan Roks, Kennedy Van Der Laan, Amsterdam, with Jan Knikker, Fokke Moerel

House in Uitdam, Netherlands by Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Article source: Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten

Uitdam is a small, picturesque village at the banks of the IJsselmeer. The clients found a small house to be demolished, next to the church and the dyke, just big enough for a new dwelling for two. Shape, materials, dimensions and the slope of the roof were almost fixed from the beginning. The spatial rules in the area are very strict, as the inhabitants of the region, the municipality and the tourists wish to protect the fragile, historically grown cultural landscape with its present consistency and small-scale beauty.

Image Courtesy © Moritz Bernoully

  • Architects: Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten
  • Project: House in Uitdam
  • Location: Netherlands
  • Photography: Moritz Bernoully
  • Client: Family D+M
  • Design: 2010 — 2011
  • Realisation: 2012

The Elastic Perspective in Barendrecht, Netherlands by NEXT ARCHITECTS

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Article source: NEXT ARCHITECTS

stair leading the visitor up to a height that allows an unhindered view of the horizon and the nearby skyline of Rotterdam. The path makes a continuous movement and thereby draws on the context of the heavy infrastructural surrounding of ring road and tram track. While a tram stop presents the end or the start of a journey, the route of the stairway is endless.

Image Courtesy © Sander Meisner

  • Architects: NEXT ARCHITECTS
  • Project: The Elastic Perspective
  • Location: Barendrecht, Netherlands
  • Photography: Sander Meisner
  • Project number: 0815
  • Date: October 2009
  • Type, Program, Purpose: Folly
  • Floor area: …. Sqm
  • Cost, Value: € 200.000,-
  • Status: Final Design
  • Client: Municipality of Barendrecht
  • Advisor construction: ABT Velp
  • Team: Bart Reuser, Marijn Schenk, Michel Schreinemachers, Joost Lemmens, Marieke Spits, Agatha Osika, Agata Piet, Ines Meeuws
  •  Programme: Local Art plan
  • Engineering: ABT consult, Velp
  • Contractor: Mannen van Staal, Leeuwarden
  • Budget: 150.000 euro

Instituut Verbeeten in Breda, Netherlands by Wiegerinck

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Article source: Wiegerinck

A radiotherapy satellite location was developed for Instituut Verbeeten next to the Amphia Hospital in Breda. The new building and its two radiation bunkers cuts traveling time for patients living on the fringes of the catchment area. A healing environment is the main design principle. Patients experience daylight at every step of their treatment. The shell around the building creates various patios in the waiting and treatment rooms. It forms a filter between the outside world and the building, creating a feeling of openness and privacy.

Image Courtesy © Kim Zwarts

  • Architects: Wiegerinck
  • Project: Instituut Verbeeten
  • Location: Breda, Netherlands
  • Photography: Kim Zwarts
  • Programme: Center for radiotherapy
  • Client: Instituut Verbeeten, Tilburg
  • Project team: Jarno Nillesen, Alfons van den Berg, Frans Frederiks, Carl Peter Goossen, Marieke van ‘t Hoff, Gerard Kasteel, Miriam Poch, Paul Numan, Roy Pype
  • Consultants: Aronsohn, Deerns raadgevend ingenieurs, Gebroeders Brouwer, FabriekNL
  • Contractors: Heerkens van Bavel, Gebroeders Brouwer, FabriekNL
  • Design Start: 2007
  • Completion: 2010
  • Gross surface: 1.794 m²
  • Sustainability: No label
  • Organisation: Traditional

Flehite museum in Amersfoort, Netherlands by Bolidt

Thursday, February 6th, 2014

Article source: Bolidt

The Flehite Museum, although modest in floor area, treats its visitors to magnificent historical and contemporary works of art. In Amersfoort, Flehite is a big name, but despite this fame, the museum remains true to its setting: everything it presents through its permanent displays and changing exhibitions is dedicated to the (art) history of Amersfoort. A city, which is celebrating its 750th anniversary this year! Opposite the museum building is the Mannenzaal (Men’s Ward), the only remains of a late medieval hospital in the Netherlands, where the sick and elderly were cared for. It now is a prominent part of the Flehite where changing special exhibitions can be visited.

Image Courtesy © Bolidt

  • Architects: Bolidt
  • Project: Flehite museum
  • Location: Amersfoort, Netherlands

Oosterdokseiland (0245 ODEC) in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Crepain Binst Architecture nv

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Article source: Crepain Binst Architecture nv

Plot 3A is part of a large urban redevelopment project on the Oosterdokseiland in Amsterdam. The master plan was drafted by Erick van Egeraat. Its concept is characterized by radials enabling the widest possible view of the water. The construction is a complex of 25,000 m² of shops, offices, social housing and luxurious apartments around a courtyard, enclosed by walls 10 floors high. The model garden is a green oasis of tranquillity between the quay and the railway line.

Image Courtesy © Dirk Verwoerd

  • Architects: Crepain Binst Architecture nv (Luc Reyn)
  • Project: Oosterdokseiland (0245 ODEC)
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Dirk Verwoerd and CIIID
  • Proprietor: MAB Development
  • Collaborator: Robert Osinga, Thomas Cols
  • Engineering: Huygen Elwako Apuiseurs
  • General contractor: Smits Bouwbedrijf
  • Start design: 2002
  • Temporary completion: 2012
  • Site: 3.100 m2
  • Total: 20.000 m

Casa K in Rotterdam, Netherlands by PEÑA architecture

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

Article source: PEÑA architecture

The former Kralings Museum at the Hoflaan has been transformed starting in 2010 into a luxury apartment building. The building contains three apartments with a communal entrance and an elevator that offers access to the upper floors. The Casa K project involves the street level apartment which consists of two layers: a ground floor of 195 m2 and a basement of 90 m2. The apartment has a garden of over 600 m2 .

reading area – ground floor, Image Courtesy © Cornelie de Jong

  • Architects: PEÑA architecture
  • Project: Casa K
  • Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Cornelie de Jong, Gabriel Peña
  • Client: Confidential
  • Project architect: Gabriel Peña
  • Construction: Steinvoort BV
  • Furnitures: 13speciaal
  • Lighting: LichtNL
  • Gross floor area: 285 M2 , 600 M2 garden
  • Status: completed 2013

Residence Rotterdam in Netherlands by KOLENIK Eco Chic Design

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Article source: KOLENIK Eco Chic Design

What do you get when you are the owner of a sublime villa in Rotterdam and you give designer Robert Kolenik carte blanche to redesign your interior? Eco chic eye candy for extremely comfortable living.

Image Courtesy © Rene van Dongen

Fries Museum in Leeuwarden, Netherlands by Bierman Henket architecten

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Article source: Bierman Henket architecten

The Wilhelminaplein in Leeuwarden, also known as het Zaailand, has undergone a radical transformation. The enormous square has been re-duced considerably by the addition of the new Fries Museum on the east side and a street front of housing and shops on the north side. The existing Zaailand shopping centre has been given a facelift. This combination of commercial and cultural functions creates a lively, urban atmosphere.

Image Courtesy © Michel Kievits

  • Architects: Bierman Henket architecten
  • Project: Fries Museum
  • Location: Leeuwarden, Netherlands
  • Photography: Michel Kievits
  • Design: 2002 – 2007
  • Completion: 2012
  • Opening: 13 september 2013
  • Client: Fries Museum
  • Consultants: Grontmij (structural engineer), Huisman &, Van Muijen (services engineer), Adviesbureau P, eutz en associés bv (building physics), IPMMC (project management)
  • Contractor: BAM Friso

BioPartner in Leiden, Netherlands by JHK Architecten

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Article source: JHK Architecten

BioPartner Accelerator & Incubator are two buildings that were developed within a Design & Build construction for BioPartner Center Leiden by Dura Vermeer Bouw in partnership with JHK Architecten.

Together the buildings provide 11,500 m² of office and laboratory space for starting or restarting entrepreneurs in the bio-technology industry. Flexible work areas have been realized that offer space and opportunities to companies involved in research into medicines and vaccines. BioPartner Center Leiden Nederland is the largest centre for starters in the life sciences in the Netherlands.

Image Courtesy © Arthur Meerloo

  • Architects: JHK Architecten
  • Project: BioPartner
  • Location: Leiden, Netherlands
  • Photography: Palladium Photodesign, Arthur Meerloo
  • Software used: Autocad and Revit.
  • Client Design and Build: Dura Vermeer Bouw Leidschendam
  • User: BioPartner Center Leiden
  • Project start: 2009
  • Completion: 2012
  • Accelerator: ca 6,500 m²
  • Incubator: ca 5,000 m²
  • Contractor: Dura Vermeer Bouw Leidschendam
  • Structural engineer: Adviesbureau Kaskon
  • Building services adviser W: Wolter en Dros
  • Building services adviser E: Croon TBI
  • Building physics adviser: Bureau Nieman
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