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‘Centre of Excellence’ Den Braven in Oosterhout, The Netherlands by Van Es architecten

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Article source: van Es architecten

At the end of 2014 van Es architecten has delivered the multifunctional reception- and meetingbuilding for Den Braven Sealants in Oosterhout, The Netherlands.

The 600 square meters building includes a large auditorium, a demo room and various offices. The construction of this special building, which is situated on the business area ‘Vijf Eiken’, took about six months. Van Es architecten was responsible for the design, the technical development and supervision during the construction.

Image Courtesy © Van Es architecten

Image Courtesy © Van Es architecten

  • Architects: Van Es architecten
  • Project: ‘Centre of Excellence’ Den Braven
  • Location: Oosterhout, The Netherlands

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Train Control Centre in Utrecht, The Netherlands by de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Article source: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects 

ProRail’s new train control centre in Utrecht is the dynamic heart of ProRail’s train services in and around Utrecht. The design by dJGA has specifically focussed on users; the main aim is to allow them to do their jobs as effectively as possible.

Image Courtesy © Christian Richters

Image Courtesy © Christian Richters

  • Architects: de Jong Gortemaker Algra architects 
  • Project: Train Control Centre
  • Location: Bielsstraat 1, Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • Photography: Christian Richters
  • Software Used: Autodesk, Revit and 3D Max
  • Team: Maurits Algra, Tycho Saariste, Karen Glandrup, Franke van den Broek, Mike Zelke
  • Project management: Arcadis B.V.
  • Project leadership: Humanagement
  • Client: ProRail Facility Management, www.ProRail.nl
  • Area: 4,480 m²
  • Year: 2015

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Vlotwateringbrug in Monster, The Netherlands by NEXT architects

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Article source: NEXT architects

“There is no other bridge like it that is specifically designed to house bats,” claims Herman Limpens, international expert in the field of bats from the Mammal Society. Limpens was part of the design process for the Vlotwateringbridge, that is now under construction and is expected for completion by the summer. The bridge creates a passage over the Vlotwtering, which is currently an important route for several species of bats.

Image Courtesy © NEXT architects

Image Courtesy © NEXT architects

  • Architects: NEXT architects
  • Project: Vlotwateringbrug
  • Location: Monster, The Netherlands
  • Team: Bart Reuser, Marijn Schenk, Michel Schreinemachers, Jurriaan Hillerström, Sylvia Hendriks, LuucSonke, Anne Hilgers, Anna Korzeniowska
  • Client: Municipality of Wateringen
  • Status: Under construction
  • Span: 25 mtr
  • Preliminary design: Jan 2014 (more…)

DORMERS HOUSE in Hilversum, The Netherlands by Studio 2 stripeS

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Article source: Studio 2 stripeS

This private house on the outskirts of a small village near Hilversum was extended by two large dormers from which one has a staggering length of 9 meters.

This house built in the early 70s has very nice details on the gutter and the eaves. While designing the extension on the first floor we found it really important to continue in this existing style. The design we came up refers to the former details and color pallet.

Image Courtesy © Michelle van Klaveren

Image Courtesy © Michelle van Klaveren

  • Architects: Studio 2 stripeS
  • Project: DORMERS HOUSE
  • Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Michelle van Klaveren
  • Designer: Maarten van der Weele
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Area: 195,5 m2
  • Category: Renovation/interior design

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Privium ClubLounge Schiphol Airport Amsterdam in The Netherlands by M+R interior architecture

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Article source: M+R interior architecture

Frequent fliers to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol might already be familiar with the name of Privium and the benefits of membership, for the rest it can be defined as a “select way to travel” based on priority airport services, such as preferential parking, discounted valet parking, business class check-in, the preferential Privium-only route to a secure area beyond the customs checkpoint via a quick iris scan and now the much-awaited members-only lounge.

Image Courtesy © M+R interior architecture

Image Courtesy © M+R interior architecture

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DIVINATIO in Utrecht, The Netherlands by Liong Lie Architects

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Article source: Liong Lie Architects

Fish restaurant Divinatio is located at the historical harbor of Utrecht, The Netherlands. The objective was to realize a restaurant with a maritime feel for the upper segment of the market. The building is designed to be functional. The contrasts – rough on the outside and smooth on the inside – have been translated in the design. The interior has to appeal to a broad and contemporary group, without discouraging the more traditional public. The visibility lines create oversight and views and the niches create a feeling of intimacy. When choosing the materials, Liong Lie (the architect) took both the visual as tangible effects into account. Leather, blue glass and Corian® have been used in the design. The open kitchen is framed in white Corian® and has a dark back wall which creates the illusion of cooks standing in a theatre. The walls have been covered with an acoustic clay plaster that has a mother of pearl effect which shimmers in the sunlight. The ceiling is made out of tufted leather panels to improve the acoustics. The chandelier appears to be rotating by the computerized lighting that increases and decreases in strength. A reference to a light house. At night the curiosity of the passerby is raised by the big illuminated glass bay window.

Image Courtesy © Christiaan de Bruijne

Image Courtesy © Christiaan de Bruijne

  • Architects: Liong Lie Architects
  • Project: DIVINATIO
  • Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Christiaan de Bruijne
  • ENTREPRENEURS: Grand Catering
  • FINISHING: Brandwacht & Meijer
  • WINNER OF VENUEZ BEST RESTAURANT DESIGN 2008

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The Nobel Bros in Leiden, The Netherlands by Ector Hoogstad Architecten

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Article source: Ector Hoogstad Architecten

A real student city has a flourishing pop scene, and Leiden is no exception. Already in 1969 there was the ‘Kreatief Sentrum’ [‘Creative Centre’] on Breestraat, later renamed as the Leids Vrijetijds Centrum. Thirty-five years later, the same organisation has a brand new building in the historic centre and a new name: Gebr. de Nobel, after the brothers who had a rags and scrap-metal business, well-known throughout Leiden, on precisely the same spot.

Corner Lammermarkt/ Lange Scheistraat: dressing rooms clad in steel on top of the loading dock clad with Corten steel., Image Courtesy ©  Petra Appelhof

Corner Lammermarkt/ Lange Scheistraat: dressing rooms clad in steel on top of the loading dock clad with Corten steel., Image Courtesy © Petra Appelhof

  • Architects: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
  • Project: The Nobel Bros
  • Location: Marktsteeg 4-6, Leiden, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Petra Appelhof, Coen Bastiaanssen
  • Software used: Autocad en Sketch-up
  • Design: Ector Hoogstad Architecten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Project team: Joost Ector, Max Pape, Chris Arts, Job Jalink, Arja Hoogstad, Ridwan Tehupelasury, Elia Salcedo Quiles, Marco Verroen and Nejra Vaizovic
  • Client: Municipality of Leiden
  • Structural engineers: IMd Raadgevende Ingenieurs
  • M&E consultant: WHR Installatie adviseurs
  • Gross floor space: 3,000 m2
  • Completion: November 2014 (more…)

Goud souk in Beverwijk, The Netherlands by Liong Lie Architects

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Article source: Liong Lie Architects

The Bazaar in Beverwijk, The Netherlands, the biggest indoor market of Europe, is our client. The Goud souk (“Gold souk”) will be the new building for the gold dealers and goldsmiths, who now gather each week-end along the Goudstraat (“Goldstreet”) at the Eastern Market of the Bazaar.

The exterior is defined by a 35 meter long facade that explains the visitors in a glance what they can find here: all that glitters is gold! The entrance is clearly marked. Here, the ‘nugget of gold’ has opened up to provide access to the ‘cave’ where the real golden treasures are safely displayed.

Image Courtesy © Hannah Anthonysz

Image Courtesy © Hannah Anthonysz

  • Architects: Liong Lie Architects
  • Project: Goud souk
  • Location: Beverwijk (de Bazaar), The Netherlands
  • Photography: Hannah Anthonysz
  • Design team: Roeland de Jong, Martijn Huijts, Rajiv Sewtahal, Michael Schuurman, Jakub Pakos, Miodrag Stoianov, Laura Juan López
  • Brand positioning: Leaders against routine, Barbara van Veen
  • Status: Completed February 2015
  • Size: 1430 m²
  • Client: De Bazaar

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Cabrio Apartment in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by HUNK-design

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Article source: HUNK-design

The transformation of a very common 19th century Rotterdam upstairs apartment into an unique city paradise.

The residents, Bart Cardinaal en Nadine Roos, had been residents at this address since their student time. With the arrival of their daughter the rented apartment didn’t suffice any more and the residents were on the look out for a home with a (roof)garden. Then the opportunity came along to buy the house for a very good price and it also turned out that it was possible to rebuild the house drastically. As they have their own architectural and design firm, HUNK-design, this became the start of the transformation.

Image Courtesy ©  J. Collingridge

Image Courtesy © J. Collingridge

  • Architects: HUNK-design
  • Project: Cabrio Apartment
  • Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Photography: J. Collingridge
  • Clients: Bart Cardinaal, Nadine Roos, Twila Cardinaal
  • Structural Engineer: Atko
  • Realized: June 2014
  • Area: 140 m2
  • Budget: 90.000 euro
  • Materials: glass, steel, wood and paint

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Villa New Water in Westland, The Netherlands by Waterstudio.NL

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Article source: Waterstudio.NL

From the very first moment of seeing the location for this villa, Koen Olthuis, architect and founder of Waterstudio.NL, set out to design a subtle villa that would complement its surroundings and enhance the  experience of its surroundings. In order to maintain the rural character of the location, in the project the New Water, the assignment came with strict regulations which limited the volume allowed above the ground level. These limitations eventually proved to give rise to a rather sophisticated design filled with spatial solutions.

Image Courtesy © Architect Koen Olthuis – Waterstudio.NL

Image Courtesy © Architect Koen Olthuis – Waterstudio.NL

  • Architects: Waterstudio.NL
  • Project: Villa New Water
  • Location: Westland, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Architect Koen Olthuis – Waterstudio.NL
  • Architect Team: Koen Olthuis – Waterstudio.NL
  • Client: Van der Arend Family
  • Contractor: Van Leent Bouwbedrijf
  • Completion: July 2014

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