Posts Tagged ‘Netherlands’
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
Article source: Diederendirrix architects
Clubhouse of Eindhoven hockey club Oranje-Rood opened: eye-catching, functional and sustainable
Diederendirrix architecture & urban development designed a striking pavilion for hockey club Oranje-Rood. The large canopy built from laminated wooden joists in a triangular grid, supported by a few pillars, is extraordinary. The structure extends from the outside into the inside and creates a special interior with an unobstructed view of the fields. This year, Oranje-Rood originated from a merger between the successful top-class sports club Oranje-Zwart (first division champions for the last three years) and recreational sports club EMHC. This new start called for a new, modern clubhouse.
Image Courtesy © Diederendirrix architects
- Architects: Diederendirrix architects (Jessica Sibbing)
- Project: Clubhouse hockey club Oranje-Rood Eindhoven
- Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Article source: HofmanDujardin
Dutch architectural firm, HofmanDujardin, introduces a revolutionary, life-enhancing urban strategy for the city of Amsterdam. “We live in Amsterdam and we love Amsterdam. It is a fabulous city, and we want to make it more fabulous,” says Michiel Hofman. Oamsterdam offers an innovative plan to connect the northern district to the rest of the city. Mirroring the form of the exiting half-circle of the north, we will create a circular path through the city, thus restoring Amsterdam’s historic connection to the water and opening up the Ij waterfront. The inner ring will be a vital new connection uniting areas of the city, bringing space and air to the historic, crowded centre.
Image Courtesy © A2 Studio
- Architects: HofmanDujardin (Sustainable urban strategy for Amsterdam)
- Project: Oamsterdam
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Visualizations: A2 Studio
- Team: Barbara Dujardin, Michiel Hofman and Arjen Aarnoudse
- Year: November 2016
Friday, October 21st, 2016
Article source: Lautenbag Architectuur
A sustainable and energy efficient luxurious barnhouse “Villa Hindeloopen” is located in Hindeloopen in the Netherlands, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty surrounded by Friesian cows this development has been created from an existing house and small dairy barn.
Image Courtesy © Folkert Bleeker and Marc Henri Quere
- Architects: Lautenbag Architectuur
- Project: Villa Hindeloopen
- Location: Hindeloopen, Netherlands
- Photography: Folkert Bleeker and Marc Henri Quere
- Author: Diana Lautenbag
- Area: 4000 m2
- Project year: 2015
Sunday, October 9th, 2016
Article source: Platowood B.V.
Six luxury villas has been built in holiday park Duynzoom. Plato Wood Fraké was used for cladding. The entire villa is covered with the same wooden slats. The villa is a reinterpretation of the Texel Sheep Boet. The design, by Studio JVM from Amsterdam, shows the stylish strength of wooden cladding.
Image Courtesy © Platowood B.V.
- Architects: Platowood B.V.
- Project: Holiday homes Duynzoom
- Location: Texel, Netherlands
Tuesday, October 4th, 2016
Article source: Kraaijvanger Architects
Museum Voorlinden Wassenaar opened its doors to the public. The museum, designed by Dirk Jan Postel, displays the modern and contemporary art collection of private collector Joop van Caldenborgh. Natural light and an abundance of space with a focus on the art are the essence of the design.
Image Courtesy © Ronald Tilleman
- Architects: Kraaijvanger Architects
- Project: Museum Voorlinden
- Location: Wassenaar, Netherlands
- Photography: Ronald Tilleman
Friday, September 30th, 2016
Article source: Studio Frank Havermans
This pavilion KAPKAR.SF-P7S is designed and built for a temporary Building Lab (BOUWLAB) organised by Stichting Fabrikaat. This foundation, based in the city of Nijmegen in the east of the Netherlands is specialised in organizing temporary place making projects. This summer they erected a small settlement along the new shaped river bank on the north side of the city to focus on alternative ways of building and living in a more self organised way and show it to a broader public. This client asked me to design a low budget pavilion meant to program discussions, forums, meetings, small scale exhibitions, lectures and other cultural events during the period of BOUWLAB. Specific wishes were that the pavilion should have a striking appearance, be demountable and transportable to their future location, project ‘GRID” in Nijmegen, that it would provide space for 50 people, and that enough daylight would enter the building. Another wish was that I should collaborate with a MCT, a new company that developed a clever building system called KNØP.
Image Courtesy © René de Wit architectuurfotografie
- Architects: Studio Frank Havermans
- Project: KAPKAR/ SF-P7S
- Location: Spiegelwaal, Nijmegen, Lent, Netherlands
- Photography: René de Wit architectuurfotografie
- Client: Stichting Fabrikaat Nijmegen
- Basic Construction: KNØP building system, Mesh Construction Technology, Elst
- Production: Studio Frank Havermans, Koos Schaart expeditions
- Funds: Mondriaan Fund, Bouwfonds Cultuurfonds, Municipality of Nijmegen
- Year: 2016
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
Article source: Openfabric
Play is about finding ones place in the world and making sense of that world. We have created a plan that seeks to juxtapose two different worlds. The man made and the natural. The plan has an urban exterior and a wild natural interior, each space contains a different type of play.
Image Courtesy © Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo
- Architects: Openfabric, Dmau
- Project: Into the Wild
- Location: Grevelingenveld, The Hague, Netherlands
- Photography: Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo
- Client: The Hague Municipality, Richard Krajicek Foundation
- Team: Francesco Garofalo, Daryl Mulvihill, Barbara Costantino
- Consultant: Arcadis
- Gross Built Area : 5.100 sqm
- Completion Year: 2015
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Article source: M+R interior architecture
This year (2016) opened the Shapes Experience Center in Utrecht; a presentation space where architects, designers and end-users can be inspired in the field of decorative sheets, ceiling solutions, wall coverings, flooring and lighting. There is an extensive library of samples and collection of books. Also, events and training courses are organized.
The Shapes Experience Center is an initiative of RET interior, Astrimex, Bruijnzeel, Leoxx and Flos. There are also shown products include Rockfon Kronospan, Gyproc and Armstrong.
Image Courtesy © M+R interior architecture
Sunday, September 18th, 2016
Article source: DP6 architecture studio
The town of Emmen lies surrounded by flat agricultural country. Visitors entering Emmen from the southwest find themselves abruptly hitting the town centre with practically no transition. At this point a new multiplex cinema is to be constructed to form an entrance to the town. From the N364, motorists approach the building from its most dramatic angle, with the sloping undersides of the movie theatres floating above an expanse of water.
Image Courtesy © Jeroen Musch
- Architects: DP6 architecture studio
- Project: Utopolis
- Location: Emmen, Netherlands
- Photography: Jeroen Musch and Christian Richters
- Client: Utopia
- Contractor: Cosimco, Kontich, Belgium
- Project Team: Robert Alewijnse, Chris de Weijer, Peter van der Schans, Daan van der Vlist, Kerstin Tresselt
- Structural Planning: Stubeco, Overpelt (Belgium)
- Heating: Herelixka, Merkesem (Belgium)
- Building physics: DGMR Raadgevende Ingenieurs, Arnhem
- Construction: ABT Adviesbureau voor bouwtechniek, Delft/Velp
- Installations: Herelixka, Merksem (Belgium)
- Total cost: € 4.100.000
- Total Gross Area: 5.400 m²
- Finished: December 2005
Sunday, September 18th, 2016
Article source: Mecanoo Architecten
The new Ede Wageningen Train Station will be a place where thousands of commuters easily find their way. The gateway to the Veluwe National Park, it will also be a remarkable introduction to the city of Ede. The transport hub has been designed to respond to the growth in passenger numbers and make an expansion of services and facilities available. A striking wooden roof makes the station a unique and vibrant place, a well-integrated and characteristic destination where the comfort of travellers and local residents is put first. The project includes entrance squares to the bus station and train station hall, with detailed landscaping features that integrate the scheme into the surrounding context.
Image Courtesy © Mecanoo Architecten
- Architects: Mecanoo Architecten
- Project: Ede-Wageningen Train Station
- Location: Stationsplein 6, 6711PN Ede, Netherlands