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Malpertuus Veterinary Clinic in Heusden, The Netherlands by Jan de vylder architecten

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Article source: Jan de vylder architecten

Four vets want a new clinic. A new clinic for consultations; with a lab and operating facilities, organised in a very particular way. One part open to visitors, with consulting rooms; a pharmacy; a reception desk and a waiting area and a lab area with echo and CT scan; and an operating theater and short-term stay facilities for animals Plus administration and overnight-stay facilities.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Filip Dujardin)

  • Architect: Jan de vylder architecten / Jan De Vylder and Inge Vinck
  • Name of Project: Malpertuus Veterinary Clinic
  • Location: Heusden, The Netherlands
  • Client: Dac Malpertuus
  • Year: 2006-2009
  • Photo: Filip Dujardin


The Dike House in Wierumerschouw, The Netherlands by Onix

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Article source: Onix

The Dike House lies on a beautiful rural parcel by the Reitdiep water. It is a country house that harmonizes with its surroundings in several ways, and is characterized by various features: it is a house on the old dike, with a barn and a modern living area.

On the public side, the parcel is screened off by a hedge, and the building appears to be no more than a barn with a jerkin head that thus fits in neatly with the agrarian buildings in the environment. This closed front protects the house, guaranteeing privacy.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Onix
  • Name of Project: The Dike House in Wierumerschouw
  • Location: Wierumerschouw, The Netherlands
  • Program: House
  • Client: Private
  • Project architect: Berit Ann Roos
  • Size: 114 m2
  • Completed: 2008


The Hedge House in Wijlre, The Netherlands by Wiel Arets Architects

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Article source: Wiel Arets Architects

Art as part of life was the main purpose of the small house in the 17th-century pleasure garden belonging to Wijlre Castle. It accommodates seemingly disparate spaces, i.e. two greenhouses, a hen house, a tool shed and a living room, together with the space for art.

Image Courtesy Jan Bitter

  • Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
  • Project: The Hedge House
  • Location: Wijlre, The Netherlands
  • Project team: Wiel Arets, Bettina Kraus, Lars Dreessen
  • Site supervisors: Hein Urlings
  • Furniture design: WAA
  • Date of design: 1998-2001
  • Date of completion: 2001
  • Models: Jeremy Bryan, Frederik Vaes


Tower Hoge Heren in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Wiel Arets Architects

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Article source: Wiel Arets Architects

The structure of the two residential blocks is an intervention in the centre of Rotterdam, a city that is naturally incised by a network of flowing waters. The site of the project is an old commercial trade grounds. The emerging scenery is therefore one of compatibility, and the coexistence of the old and the new.

Image Courtesy Jan Bitter

  • Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
  • Project: Tower Hoge Heren
  • Location: Zalmhaven, site nearby the river the Maas in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • Project Team: Wiel Arets, René Thijssen, Henrik Vuust
  • Collaborators: Harold Aspers, Paul van Dongen, Lars Dreessen, Harold Hermans, Michel Melenhorst, Michiel Vrehen
  • Site Supervisors: PRC Bouwcentrum
  • Date of design: 1993
  • Date of completion: 2001


V23K16 in Nieuw Leyden, The Netherlands by pasel kuenzel architects

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Article source: pasel.künzel architects

Nieuw Leyden – V23K16 Four Seasons

Up until recently it was rather unusual that unprofessional clients would initiate private housing projects in Dutch inner cities. For a short time the Dutch government strives to change this tendency. In 2002 the Ministry of Housing passed a bill that from 2005 onwards 30% of the new buildings in the Netherlands must be developed by private clients. The development of the former slaughterhouse area in the historical city centre of Leiden, the Netherlands oldest university town, is the most representative example of its kind.


Exterior View (Images Courtesy Marcel van der Burg)

  • Architect: pasel kuenzel architects – Ralf Pasel and Frederik Künzel
  • Name of Project: V23K16
  • Location: Veld23, Kavel16, Nieuw Leyden, The Netherlands
  • Function: Private housing
  • Size: 170sqm
  • Completion: 2009
  • Photographer: Marcel van der Burg
  • Awards: 1st prize, Competition ‘bouw mij!’; 1st prize for sustainable housing, Competition ‘bouw mij!’


Atelier Havoc Milk in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by FLAT Architects

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Article source: FLAT Architects

A reinterpretation of the ateliers on the Zomerdijkstraat
Atelier Havoc Milk has been constructed on a scale 1 : 2 as part of the exhibition atelier Malkovich concerning the future atelier. Instead of starting from scratch, the design is all about the reinterpretation of the monumental atelier/habitats on the Zomerdijkstraat in Amsterdam (1932-1934). The archetypical atelier with its high ceilings and northern light has got great qualities. The ateliers on the Zomerdijkstraat possess these qualities and rest on a famous artist’s tradition. It would be a shame to ignore this archetypical monument when building an atelier for the future.

Atelier Havoc Milk

  • Architects: FLAT Architects
  • Project: Atelier Havoc Milk
  • Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Architect Design: Tim Piet
  • Start on site date : 30 juni 2008
  • Gross external floor area : 25m2
  • Form of contract and/or procurement : commissioned by stichting Kunstuitingen Nieuw en Meer


V36K0809 in Leiden, The Netherlands by pasel kuenzel architects

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Article source: pasel kuenzel architects

On a former industrial site close to the historical heart of the renowned Dutch university city of Leiden, emerges one of the biggest urban developments of private-collective dwellings in the Netherlands. In their series of eleven town houses, Rotterdam based architects pasel.künzel architects present yet another exceptional residence. V36K08/09 is the front end of a terrace that is built on a collective parking garage. The residence comprises two separate dwellings for mother and son, including two spacious and hidden patios.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Marcel van der Burg)

  • Architect: pasel kuenzel architects
  • Name of Project: V36K0809
  • Location: Leiden, The Netherlands
  • Type: Urban Diva
  • Photography: Marcel van der Burg


Farm House in Betuwe, The Netherlands by reSET Architecture

Friday, February 17th, 2012

Article source: reSET Architecture

Theo Mathijssen of the firm ‘reSET architecture’ designed the renovation and extension of a small decaying farmhouse with a beautiful apple orchard, located in an idyllic location in the Dutch Betuwe region. The simplicity and sobriety of the farmhouse is revealing much about life in the past in this area and how a peasant family and their livestock must have lived here under one roof. This narrative quality does not make the building a monument which must be preserved as it is. It’s the self-evident presence in its surroundings that make the farmhouse distinctive and worth preserving.

Image Courtesy Huub Smits

  • Architects: reSET Architecture
  • Project: Farm House
  • Location: Betuwe, The Netherlands
  • Design: reSET architecture, ‘s-Hertogenbosch NL
  • Project team: Theo Mathijssen (architect), Pieter Bardoel
  • Floor area (m2): 280 m2
  • Start of design: November 2009
  • Start of construction: January 2011
  • Completion: September 2011
  • Contractor: Rosmalenbouw, Rosmalen
  • Photography: Huub Smits


House in Leiden, The Netherlands by SAMF Arquitectos

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Article source: SAMF Arquitectos

This house in Leiden, NL, is integrated into a large 17th century stable whose use has been altered to accommodate six different houses. In this long process of residential occupation, internally, the original clarity and direct quality of the construction had been lost. The renovation essentially sought to clear the space, which was excessively partitioned, so as to regain a unified vision of the house and rediscover its character and spatial qualities.

Image Courtesy João Morgado


Scenography, exhibition design for TENT in Rotterdam, The Netherlands by OOZE

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Article source: OOZE


TENT presents the 8th edition of the TENT Academy Awards, a national competition between young audiovisual artists. The selection consists of the best final exam videos, films, shorts, and animations from all the Dutch art academies in 2007.

This year for the first time, the Awards include an exhibition in TENT, where the 2007 selection is presented alongside previous editions of the competition.

Images Courtesy Ximena Davalos

  • NAME OF PROJECT: Scenography, exhibition design for TENT
  • LOCATION: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • AWARDS: Tent Academy Award 2007
  • PHOTOGRAPHY: Ximena Davalos


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