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Villa V in Bloemendaal, The Netherlands by Paul de Ruiter Architects

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Article source: Paul de Ruiter Architects

Minimalistic living in the dune landscape

Close to Bloemendaal, on the edge of the Kennemer dunes, the future site of Villa V is situated. A sustainable home that follows a minimalistic design and shows respect for man and nature alike. Villa V is the first villa to be built in Park Brederode, a unique residential area where the existing flora and fauna are given full rein.

Exterior View of Model

  • Architect: Paul de Ruiter Architects
  • Name of Project: Villa V
  • Location: Bloemendaal, The Netherlands
  • Client: Private
  • Floor area: 489 m² (including a basement of 154 m²)
  • Project architect: Paul de Ruiter in collaboration with Chris Collaris


Drug Addicts’ Hotel in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Tthill

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Article source: Atelier Kempe Tthill

The project is under construction at the edge of Bijlmerpark in the central area of Amsterdam-Zuidoost and is used as a housing complex for drug-addicted. As a typology it is very similar to a classical hotel. Small individual units of a size between 15-25m2 are surrounding a very generous lobby used as the central activity space for a group of up to 50 inhabitants. This “collective living room” has a beautiful rooflight and enjoys nice views on the park. On the top of this space is a little courtyard placed, offering the inhabitant’s an intimate outside space covered by the Amsterdam sky.


  • Architect: Atelier Kempe Tthill
  • Name of Project: Drug Addicts’ Hotel
  • Location: Amsterdam-Zuidoost, The Netherlands
  • Client: Deltaforte / Rochedale Amsterdam
  • User: HVO Querido Amsterdam
  • Program: rehab hotel
  • Status: start building process 01/2011


Avvan van Buerenplein in The Hague, The Netherlands by Wiel Arets Architects

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Article source: Wiel Arets Architects

The location of the Anna van Beuren tower will be the new Anna van Beuren square, located directly next to the Centraal Station of The Hague. The situation of the building, alongside the under construction Centraal Station, the recently complete ‘New Babylon’ housing and mixed use complex, and a large underground parking garage, will further serve to strengthen and unify this highly visible site in the center of the city. The tower will take the center place on this new square, incorporating student housing and various gastronomic and retail outlets, encouraging ‘interiority’.


  • Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
  • Project: Avvan van Buerenplein
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Project Team: Wiel Arets, Bettina Kraus, Cindy Wouters, Gwendolyn Kerschbaumer, Jochem Homminga, Joost Körver, Julius Klatte, Rob Willemse
  • Collaborators: Janosch Welzien, Jasper Stevens, Ramon Alverez Roa, Martin Tessarz
  • Date of design: 2007 – 2011


The Moerwijk housing estate in Den haag, The Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Thill Architect

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill

The Moerwijk housing estate – originally designed by Dudok – will be in the next years partly removed. Within the new urban plan of KCAP the housing block along the Erasmusweg will be one of the first steps of the urban renewal operation. The block consists out of a social housing flat with gallery-access apartments and maisonette housing at the ground floor and a strip of terraced houses with voids. Both buildings are connected with a parking garage at ground floor level with a semi-public deck on the top.

Front View

  • Architects: Atelier Kempe Thill Architect
  • Project: The Moerwijk housing estate
  • Location: den haag, Moerwijk, The Netherlands
  • Client: ceres – vestia, den haag
  • Program: 81 apartements (social housing) + 27 row houses (free market) + parking garage 115 cars
  • Value: € 14 million
  • Status: start building process 07/2010


Youth centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners


Youth- and neighbourhood centre “De hood” in Amsterdam-Osdorp, 2011

In the garden city

Osdorp grew during the extension of the city of Amsterdam after the Second World War on the basis of the urban plan of De Stijl – architect Cornelis van Eesteren. Since the nineties, a large urban renewal project is in progress in which the poorly maintained buildings are subsequently demolished and are replaced by new ones.  An attempt is made to eliminate the urban problems of the CIAM planning while nevertheless maintaining its qualities. One of these qualities is the green, lush areas between the building blocks.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz - Ulrich Schwarz)

  • Architect: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners
  • Name of Project: Youth centre
  • Location: Reimerswaalstraat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Client: Ymere Ontwikkeling
  • Team Atelier Kempe Thill: André Kempe, Oliver Thill, David van Eck, with Andrius Raguotis, Blanca Sanchez Babe, Ruud Smeelen, Giorgio Terraneo
  • Copyright holder of Images: Architektur-Fotografie Ulrich Schwarz –  Ulrich Schwarz


Double dwelling Lookwatering in The Netherlands by DP6 architectuurstudio

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: DP6 architectuurstudio

This project called for a semi-detached house, a double dwelling for two families. The double dwelling was designed, developed and realized by architect Robert Alewijnse and designed as a singular architectonic object, housing two completely different homes. The eastern home was specifically designed for the architect’s family and the western home was sold and adapted to the specific wishes of the new owners.

Double dwelling

  • Architects: DP6 architectuurstudio
  • Project: Double dwelling Lookwatering
  • Location: Lookwatering, Den Hoorn, the Netherlands
  • Team: Robert Alewijnse, Bart Withagen, Rik den Heijer
  • Client: Family Alewijnse-Verweij
  • Gross floor area: 426 sqm
  • Contractor: Aannemersbedrijf Schott, Pijnacker
  • Photography: Christian Richter
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Office 04 in Duivendrecht, The Netherlands by i29 l interior architects

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

Article source: i29 l interior architects

Tribal DDB Amsterdam is a highly ranked digital marketing agency and part of DDB international, worldwide one of the largest advertising offices. i29 interior architects designed their new offices for about 80 people.

Interior View (Images Courtesy i29 l interior architects)

  • Architect: i29 l interior architects
  • Name of Project: Office 04
  • Location: Duivendrecht, The Netherlands
  • Client: Tribal DDB Amsterdam
  • Size: 650 m2
  • Photos: i29 l interior architects


Artistic amenity Stadshaard in Enschede, The Netherlands by Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Article source: Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie

This power station is an instrument of education: designed to develop a sensibility for the consumption of energy and sustainable cohabitation. Combined heat and power plants are usually neutral industrial structures that are situated at some inconspicuous location. By contrast, the Stadshaard (literally the ‘city hearth’) stands at a prominent spot in Roombeek, where a neutral building would be out of place. With the Stadshaard’s dimensions (a building 10 metres high with a 40-metre chimney) it would, moreover, be impossible to realize an ‘invisible’ building that merges with the surroundings.

Overview (Images Courtesy Hugo Kaagman)

  • Architect: Branimir Medić & Pero Puljiz, de Architekten Cie
  • Name of Project: Artistic amenity Stadshaard
  • Location: Enschede, The Netherlands
  • Client: Essent Warmte, Den Bosch
  • Programme: warmtekrachtcentrale/ combined heat and power station
  • Photos: Jeroen Musch, Hugo Kaagman


Corner House in Leiden, The Netherlands by Sophie Valla Architects & Marc Koehler Architects

Sunday, July 24th, 2011

Article source: Sophie Valla Architects & Marc Koehler Architects

In Leiden (Netherlands), private commissioning was chosen for the development of the residential area Nieuw Leyden on the former slaughterhouse site. For the house in the corner plot that the studio Sophie Valla Architects was asked to design, the corner was chosen as starting point and inspiration. The end result offers the inhabitants an unexpected sense of space and changing views.

Overview (Images Courtesy Luuk Kramer)


Busstop Park+Ride Citybus (formerly Transferium) in Hoogkerk, The Netherlands by LYVR

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Article source: LYVR

In 2007 Lysbeth de Groot, at that time urban designer at the Municipality of Groningen, designed the Busstop at the waiting area of Park+Ride Citybus Groningen. In 2008 Lysbeth LYVR began her own design firm LYVR. The Municipality of Groningen commissioned LYVR for further elaboration and supervision of the design.

Night View (Images Courtesy Johan de Groot)

  • Architect: LYVR – Lysbeth de Groot-de Vries
  • Name of Project: Busstop Park+Ride Citybus (formerly Transferium)
  • Location: Hoogkerk, The Netherlands
  • Client: Municipality of Groningen, Department ROEZ
  • Architectural drawings: Johan de Groot
  • Photography: Johan de Groot


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