Posts Tagged ‘Netherlands’
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Article source: derksen|windt architecten
For the extension of this house in the famous Dutch flowerbulb area, derksen|windt architecten made a design based on the experience of the transition from the inside to the outside. The old house (the inside) and the garden with the flowerbulb fields behind it (the outside) are beautifully connected by this distinctive and sharply detailed extension.
Image Courtesy © Stijnstijl Fotografie
- Architects: derksen|windt architecten
- Project: Contemporary extension to a house as an indispensable connection between the inside and outside
- Location: Netherlands
- Photography: Stijnstijl Fotografie
Friday, October 27th, 2017
Article source: [delacourt][vanbeek]
In the garden of a Dutch artist, [delacourt] [brook] designed a wooden object with a special roof shape. Under this roof, two completely different functions are housed: a public accessible studio with exhibition space and a poolhouse with sanitary and a covered terrace for the residents.
Image Courtesy © René de Wit
- Architects: [delacourt][vanbeek]
- Project: Atelier-Poolhouse
- Location: Roosendaal, Netherlands
- Photography: René de Wit
Sunday, October 22nd, 2017
Article source: van Dongen – Koschuch
Situated on the site of a former children’s hospital on the Sarphatistraat in Amsterdam, the 5 star Hyatt Regency hotel, will be the first of its kind in the Netherlands. The historic hospital building is transformed as part of a new 211 room hotel. In addition, the building contains all the amenities that one can expect from an international 5-star hotel, with a conference centre, bars, a restaurant with terrace, and accessible spa and fitness facilities.
Image Courtesy © Bart van Hoek
- Architects: van Dongen – Koschuch ( Frits van Dongen, Patrick Koschuch )
- Project: Hyatt Regency Hotel Amsterdam
- Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Photography: Bart van Hoek
- Client: Aedes, UBM & Hyatt Regency
- Project team: J. Herfst, B. Filbey, H.Fekry, K. R.Sluijs, R. Bos
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 17.000m2
- Completion Year: 2017
Friday, September 22nd, 2017
Article source: Inbo
Cross-pollination and encounter are key words in the design of the renovation of the Dental Sciences Building, part of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the Radboud University and the Arnhem Nijmegen College. The renovated building combines theory and practice in education, research and patient care.
With a façade, a new central atrium and new installations, the building is making a sustainability transition aimed at energy saving, an increase in comfort, flexible use and a contemporary look. The right separation and connections between users, between practice spaces and teach and instruction rooms, changing and flexible use – including the longer term – and the choice of quality materials prepare the building for the future.
Image Courtesy © Inbo
- Architects: Inbo
- Project: Tandheelkunde Radboud University
- Location: Nijmegen, Netherlands
- Client: Universitair Vastgoed Bedrijf (university real estate company) of the Radboud University Nijmegen
- Design Team: Inbo, Jeroen Simons: architecture of renovation and new building(s) and main design team
- Deerns: installation, building physics, sustainability
- Construction: Croes Bouwtechnisch Ingenieursbureau
- Management and commercial operation: Facilicom
- Interior and furnishings: Ex Interiors in cooperation with Wiegerinck
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
Article source: mvrdv
Rotterdam’s harbour basins and quays form an important historical reference for the port city’s heritage, with Wilheminapier firmly established as one of its most popular and spectacular areas. Since 2015, development partners BPD Bouwfonds Property Development, Ontwikkeling B.V. and SYNCHROON Ontwikkelaars in consultation with the municipality of Rotterdam, have been working on the development of residential buildings Philadelphia & Havana.
The Sax is a 51 floor mixed-use tower set to be the latest addition to Rotterdam’s renowned Wilhelminapier port development., Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: The Sax
- Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Frans de Witte with Fedor Bron, Mick van Gemert, Mark van den Ouden, Luca Moscelli, Fouad Addou, Daniele Zonta, Giuseppe Campo Antico, Ronald Kam, Clementine Bory and Yassin Matni.
- Visualization: Antonio Luca Coco, Davide Calabro, Massimiliano Marzoli, Costanza Cuccato, Kirill Emelianov and Pavlos Ventouris
- Size and Programme: 82,200 m2 with 450 apartments (sale and rental), a hotel with 150 rooms, parking and commercial units
- Year: 2017+
Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
Article source: Ramón Esteve Estudio
Located in the Dam square of Amsterdam, with views of the Royal Palace, the Krasnapolsky Grand hotel is located between the most emblematic buildings of the city. Its origin dates back to 1865, already then being the central enclave of the high society of that time.
Image Courtesy © Ramón Esteve Estudio
- Architects: Ramón Esteve Estudio
- Project: NH GRAND HOTEL KRASNAPOLSKY
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Design: Ramon Esteve
- Project Management: D/Dock
- Collaborators: Silvia Martínez, Isabel Meyer, Tudi Soriano, Estefanía Pérez, María Martí, Víctor Ruiz, Anna Boscà, Laura Álvarez
- Client: NH Hoteles
- Studied Surface: 9922 m2
- Project: 2013
- Completion Date: 2015
Thursday, August 24th, 2017
Article source: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
It is the second new building we incorporate in the garden. This small building incorporates all logistical entries of the complex: museum staff, loading area, facilities and even access to the neighbour building, the Teekenschool.
Image Courtesy © Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos
- Architects: Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos (ADP-architecten, Copijn Landschaps architecten)
- Project: Drawing School And Staff Entrance Building Of The Rijksmuseum
- Location: Hobbemastraat, 1. 1071 Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Software used: Revit, Autocad
- Client: Programmadirectie Het Nieuwe Rijksmuseum
- Collaborators: García de la Cámara, Marije Ter Steege, Alicia López, José Luis Mayén, Clara Hernández, Ana Vila, Victoria Bernícola, Jan Kolle, V. Breña, S. Gutiérrez, Marta Pelegrín, Iko Mennenga, Joaquín Pérez-Goicoechea, Luis Gutierrez, Carlos Arévalo, Juan Carlos Mulero, Miguel Velasco
- Digital imaging: INDG
- Structural engineering: OVE Arup
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017
Article source: Orange Architects
Orange Architects has won the tender for Plot 42A, located in the heart of the harbour on IJburg in Amsterdam. With this winning scheme, called ‘Jonas’, the city has chosen a highly innovative residential building with a spectacular interior that has achieved the highest possible sustainability label (Breeam Outstanding). The design for the 29,000-m2 mixed-use programme was commissioned by Amvest and developed in collaboration with Site urban development, ABT, Felixx landscape architects and Floor Ziegler.
Image Courtesy © Orange Architects
Sunday, August 20th, 2017
Article source: Lautenbag Architectuur
The clients are a young couple with two toddlers. They have a full agenda and wanted an efficiënt house, closer to work and school. A modern spacious house with a large kitchen/dining area was their wish.
On a plot on the edge of Heerenveen, their clear modern villa, with lots of glass and a number of special features, has been realized.
Image Courtesy © Marc De Fotograaf
- Architects: Lautenbag Architectuur
- Project: Villa
- Location: Heerenveen, Netherlands
- Photography: Marc De Fotograaf
- Area: 150 m2
- Project Year: 2016
Sunday, May 21st, 2017
Article source: LAVA
Golden light shines through a canopy of leaves to create a unique gathering space in the atrium of the new Philips Lighting headquarters in Eindhoven.
Intelligent lights in the parametric designed ‘tree’ generate different scenarios, boosting communication, interchange and wellbeing for staff and visitors.
Image Courtesy © Jonathan Andrew
- Architects: LAVA
- Project: Philips Lighting Headquarters
- Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
- Photography: Jonathan Andrew
- Design Team: Marvin Bratke, Mircea Mogan, Barbora Srpkova, Miroslav Strigac, Diana Schlebe, Rashmi Katkar, Roxelane Güllmeister, Paolo Alborghetti, Ruis Dervishi, Aida Ramirez, Julian Wengzinek, Benjamin Hitscherich, Simone Tchonova, Erik Didar, Jeroen van Lith, David Stieler
- Design development: INBO, JHK
- Lighting consultant: Beersnielsen, LiAS
- Construction: Heijmans