Posts Tagged ‘The Netherlands’
Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
Article source: Karres en Brands
The Quirijn Park is situated on a narrow strip of land that was once intended for the main traffic access to North Tilburg. The new urban development plan transforms this open area into a living link between the formerly separated neighbourhoods of Quirijnskto and Heikant, and brings about increased housing differentiation within North Tilburg. The emphasis therefore also lies on thee nw connections between the bordering neighbourhoods. The park works like a ‘zip fastene rb’etween both districts.
Image Courtesy © Karres en Brands
- Architects: Karres en Brands
- Project: Quirijn Park
- Location: Tilburg, The Netherlands
- Area: 8 hectares
- Design: 2001 – 2004
- Construction: 2006 – 2008
- Status: realized
- Client: Municipality of Tilburg
- Team: Bart Brands, Sylvia Karres, Simon Nunez, Lieneke van Campen, Joost de Natris, Femy-Jeanine Bol, Jorryt Braaksma
Friday, February 28th, 2014
Article source: NL Architects
ArtA will be an exciting mixture of public functions: a ‘sandwich’ of cinema, square, museum and park: Art House,Art Square, Art Show, Art Park.
By pushing this programmatic sandwich down on one side the roof becomes accessible. At the same time the building opens up to the river. An easily accessible roof landscape emerges draped over vibrant city life: ‘urban moraine’.
Image Courtesy © NL Architects
- Architects: NL Architects
- Project: ArtA Kunstencluster
- Location: Arnhem, the Netherlands
- Year: 2014
- Type: competition entry
- Client: City of Arnhem
- Size: 8,500 sqm
- NL team:Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse, Gen Yamamoto, Eke Hoekstra, Jose Ramon Vives,, Laura Riano, Sander van de Weijer, Arne van Wees,, Mario Genovesi en Shane Dalke, Peter Bijvoet, DGMR.
Thursday, February 20th, 2014
Article source: DAAD Architecten
In collaboration with Van Paridon X de Groot landscape architects, DAAD Architects has designed Natuurderij KeizersRande for Stichting IJssellandschap. This biodynamic dairy farm, which also has a public and educational function, is located at an extraordinary spot along the IJssel near Diepenveen, where the lower and higher floodplains meet. The design allows the grounds to be flooded. Natuurderij KeizersRande is an extension of the existing KeizersRande estate.
Image Courtesy © Rob de Jong
- Architects: DAAD Architecten
- Project: NATUURDERIJ KEIZERSRANDE: MOUND IN THE FLOODPLAINS
- Location: Diepenveen, The Netherlands
- Photography: Rob de Jong
- Software used: Vectorworks and Archicad.
- Realisation: 2013
- Design: DAAD Architecten
- Landscape design: Van Paridon x de Groot
- Client farm: Stichting IJssellandschap
- Client mound: Rijkswaterstaat (program: Room for the River)
- Building contractor: Niehof
- Contractor mound and river forelands: Combination IJsselfront (Boskalis en Van Hattum en Blankevoort, advies Witteveen+Bos)
- Engineer: DLV
Friday, February 14th, 2014
Article source: MARC PROSMAN ARCHITECTEN
Lot 7 is located in the new district ‘t Buitenhof in Culemborg and part of ten terraced houses. These are designed by different architects and built as a whole. The predetermined envelope had to be followed, particularly the position of the front facade.
Image Courtesy © MARC PROSMAN ARCHITECTEN
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014
Article source: KOLENIK Eco Chic Design
The new four-star Fletcher Hotel in Amsterdam has been given a unique, sustainable interior. The hotel opened to the public on 11 January. Rising design talent Robert Kolenik (31) endowed the inspiring design with his own deliberate style: eco-chic. The eco-chic style stands for natural, unique and honest materials which simultaneously have to exude luxury and warmth too.
Image Courtesy © Rene van Dongen
- Architects: KOLENIK Eco Chic Design
- Project: Fletcher Hotel
- Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Rene van Dongen
- Project Management: M. Caransa b.v
- Area: 7000.0 sqm
- Structural Engineering: Van RossumRaadgevendeIngenieurs, Amsterdam
Double Skin Façade: Octatube
- Building Physics: moBius consult, Driebergen
Friday, January 17th, 2014
Article source: Ateliereen Architecten
For our client in the Betuwe -Holland Evenementen Groep- Ateliereen designed an adventure tower at Beldert Beach, which is a recreational lake. The tower can be used for climbing and other group activities and there is a small kiosk included in the building. There is a viewing platform at a height of nineteen meters, which offers a view over the water, the wide area and the Holland Evenementen Groep.
Image Courtesy © Ateliereen Architecten
- Architects: Ateliereen Architecten
- Project: Adventure Tower
- Location: Beldert Beach, The Netherlands
- Photography: Ateliereen Architecten
- Client: Holland Evenementen Groep, Zoelen
- Building contractor: Van Arnhem Bouwgroep, Culemborg
- Concrete manufacturer: Mombarg Beton B.V., Doetinchem
Tuesday, January 7th, 2014
Article source: Slangen+Koenis Architects
The sports hall was commissioned by a group of sports clubs; a football club, a netball club and a volleyball club. The combined effort of this group – for example with volunteering construction workers – made it possible to construct this building on a very tight budget. For us the challenge was to design a building that would house all the clubs, could be used both separately and simultaneously by the different users and still be a notable landmark for the small community of Liessel. By combining parts of the functions of the original program and the newly designed flexible spaces, we were able to reduce the total gross floor area and thereby the total building cost.
Image Courtesy © Marcel van der Burg
- Architects: Slangen+Koenis Architects
- Project: Sports Hall ‘De Smeltkroes’
- Location: Liessel, The Netherlands
- Photography: Marcel van der Burg
- Project size: 1.400m²
- Duration: dec 2011 – dec 2012
- Chief Designers: Erik Slangen, Jakko Koenis
- Team: Sander Laheij, Bart Solinger
Sunday, December 22nd, 2013
Article source: OMA
De Rotterdam is conceived as a vertical city: three interconnected mixed-use towers accommodating offices, apartments, a hotel, conference facilities, shops, restaurants, and cafes. The project began in 1997. Construction started at the end of 2009, with completion in 2013.
Image Courtesy © Michel van de Kar
- Architects: OMA
- Project: A mixed-use vertical city
- Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Photography: Michel van de Kar, Charlie Koolhaas, Ossip van Duivenbode, Philippe Ruault, OMA
- Status: Commission 1997, groundbreaking December 2009, completion November 2013
- Clients: De Rotterdam CV, The Hague (Joint venture MAB, The Hague, OVG, Rotterdam)
- Site: Former harbor waterfront between KPN tower and Cruise Terminal at Kop van Zuid
- Program: Total 162,000m2: offices 72,000m2; 240 apartments 34,5000m2; hotel (278 rooms), congress, restaurant 19,000m2; retail, F&B 1,000m2; leisure 4,500m2; parking (approx. 650 vehicles) 31,000m2
- Partners in charge: Rem Koolhaas, Reinier de Graaf, Ellen van Loon
- Associate in charge: Kees van Casteren Team 1997–2001 (50% SD): Christina Beaumont, Stefan Bendiks, Frans Blok, Robert Cheoff, Bert Karel Deuten, Sharon Goren, Juan Guardetti, Jens Holm, Alex de Jong, Adam Kurdahl, Carolien Ligtenberg, Anna Little, Nuno Rosado, Saskia Simon, Johan de Wachter, Barbara Wolff.
- Team 2007–08 (50% SD – building permit): Chantal Aquilina, Eva Dietrich, Anita Ernödi, Markus Frank, Jonah Gamblin, Clarisa Garcia-Fresco, Alex de Jong, Michel van de Kar, Christoph Michael, Elida Mosquera, Mauro Parravicini, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Raphael Pulido, Louise Sullivan, Olaf Turck, Manuel Villanueva, with: Chun Chiu, Duncan Flemington, Evangelos Kotsioris, Sören Martinussen, Nobuki Ogasahara, Theo Petrides, Benoit Schelstraete, Ian Schopa, Kyo Stockhaus, Joao Viera Costa, Luca Vigliero, Jussi Vuori, Jean-Paul Willemse.
- Team 2009–13 (construction phase, interiors): Michel van de Kar (associate), Marlies Boterman, Christoph Michael, with: Katrien van Dijk, Nathalie Gozdziak, Sai Shu, Saskia Simon, Tomas Dirrix, Erik de Haan, Jue Qiu, Pal Trodahl.
- Interiors hotel (2013): Saskia Simon, Marina Cogliani, Clive Hennessey, Yasuhito Hirose, Arminas Sadzevicius.
Thursday, December 19th, 2013
Article source: UNStudio
The design for the Theatre Spijkenisse focuses on the placement and orientation of the building in the urban location, whilst simultaneously providing architectural solutions for programming needs and public access.
Traffic flows play an important role in the organisation of the building. Access routes to the theatre form an essential artery for the city, with the theatre providing a point of recognition for returning visitors and functioning as a visiting card for the city as a whole.
Image Courtesy © UNStudio
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: Theatre Spijkenisse
- Location: The Netherlands
- Client: Municipality of Spijkenisse
- Building surface: 5800m2 gross, 4500m2 net
- Building volume: 42000m3
- Building site: 3600m2
- Programme: Theatre
- Status: Under construction
- Credits: Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Gerard Loozekoot with Jacques van Wijk and Hans Kooij, Thomas Harms, Lars Nixdorff, Gustav Fagerstrom, Ramon van der Heijden Tatjana Gorbachewskaja, Jesca de Vries, Wesley Lanckriet, Maud van Hees, Benjamin Moore, Philipp Mecke and Daniela Hake
Tuesday, December 17th, 2013
Article source: Powerhouse Company
At the train station of Haarlem, The Netherlands, underneath the historical roofed gallery, Powerhouse Company designed two retail pavilions, one for Starbucks and one for Broodzaak, a Dutch chain for take-away sandwiches, coffee and snacks. With the arrival of the pavilions the site retrieves its original function as an area for meeting and waiting.
Image Courtesy © Christian van der Kooy.