Posts Tagged ‘The Netherlands’
Sunday, October 14th, 2012
Article source: Jvantspijker Urbanism, Architecture, Research
A waterfront community of family houses in historic urban fabric Recently, in Historic Delfshaven, Rotterdam (The Netherlands), the housing project Achterhaven was completed. The project, fits a modern neighborhood seamlessly into an historic urban context.
Image Courtesy © Rubén Dario Kleimeer
- Architects: Jvantspijker Urbanism, Architecture, Research
- Project: Waterfront Housing Blocks
- Location: Achterhaven, Havenstraat, Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Photography: Rubén Dario Kleimeer
- Project Designed: Sputnik while J. van ‘t Spijker was partner
- Project Architects: J. van ‘t Spijker, B K Deuten, H. Bultstra with Gabriel Pena, Ruud van Duren, Gaby van den Boom.
- Gross Floor Area: 4500m2
- Building Costs: € 8.000.000
- Building Costs per m2: € 1.400
- Software used: AutoCAD
Thursday, October 4th, 2012
Article source: HVDN and Studioninedots
Commissioned by the Bornego College of Heerenveen, we designed a cost-effective and sustainable school of 4500m2 with multi-use areas and a sports hall. The new building is located next to the existing Bornego College and will be used mostly by students in their first year. An independent functioning and well-organized building.
Image Courtesy © HVDN and Studioninedots
- Architects: HVDN and Studioninedots
- Project: Bornego College HVDN
- Location: Dominee Kingweg, Heerenveen, The Netherlands
- Client: Bornego college Heerenveen
- Type: Auditorium, Sportshall, 22 classrooms and study areas
- Area: 4300m2 BVO
- Contractor: Bouwgroep Heerenveen
- Contract Value: €4.372.339,-
- Design-Delivery: 2009-2012
- Design Team: Arie van der Neut, Albert Herder, Tom Jonker, Jan Pieter Penders
- Project Team: Arie van der Neut, Jan Pieter Penders
Tuesday, August 28th, 2012
Article source: Oatmeal Studio
Filmhuis Den Haag is an art house cinema located in the city center of the Hague. The building, by Hertzberger, also contains a café, restaurant, library, and an art space: “Zaal 5”.
This summer, with no exhibition taking place in the gallery, the restaurant is moving into this space.
This temporary restaurant, ‘IkHa’, is the latest creation of Oatmeal Studio, who were asked to create a temporary interior for the restaurant based on the the theme ‘Ikea Hack’ to coincide with the Nordic Film Festival.
Image Courtesy Nadine Stijns
- Architects: Oatmeal Studio
- Project: IkHa Restaurant
- Location: Hague, the Netherlands
- Client: Filmhuis Den Haag
- Interior Design: Oatmeal studio
- Team: Annika Syrjämäki & Rosa Dalle Vedove
- Photography: Nadine Stijns
- Contributer: Manon Bovenkerk, Curator of the Project Space, Filmhuis Den Haag
- Floor Area/Space: Approx. 70 sqm
- Materials used: Ikea basic materials containing approx. 80% wood, metal, glas, plastic, paper and paint.
- Completion/release time: May, 2012
- Construction period: Approx. 4 weeks (include design and all other progress)
- Budget: € 2100 for materials
- Software used: AutoCAD
Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
Article source: AReS architecten
On a prominent location on the outskirts of Apeldoorn we have designed a sturdy-looking business property for Futurumshop, a successful online sports retailer.
The building has some remarkable features. These include a huge glass facade across the full length of the building, the height of the building, the custom-made front panels, and also a wall consisting of 12 maritime containers. This wall acts as both a partition between the warehouse and the offices, and the general and technical services zone which includes a pantry, toilets, storage space and a conference room.
Image Courtesy Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh
- Architects: AReS architecten, Apeldoorn
- Project: Futurumshop
- Location: Europaweg 165, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands
- Completed: november 2011
- Client: Futurumshop.nl
- Area: 2158 m2
- Project Architect:Sen Heesen
- Project Team: Tjeerd Hermsen, Rogier Penning
- Contractor: Aan de Stegge bedrijfshuisvesting, Twello
- Stuctural Engineer: Ingenieursbureau Hartman Constructies, Lochem
- Photographer: Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh
Image Courtesy Thea van den Heuvel/DAPh
Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
Article source: MoederscheimMoonen Architects
MoederscheimMoonen Architects wins the competition for new community center in Zwolle, The Netherlands
The Rotterdam-based office MoederscheimMoonen Architects recently got the commission to the design the new community center‘Het Anker’ in Zwolle, The Netherlands. The commission was given after winning the competition were the office was invited for together with the offices ofKoppert + KoenisArchitecten, Broekbakema, Jeanne DekkersArchitectuur and BDG Architecten.
New Community Center
- Architects: MoederscheimMoonen Architects
- Project: New Community Center
- Location: Zwolle, The Netherlands
- Project Team: Erik Moederscheim, Ruud Moonen
- Client: Municipality of Zwolle
- Gross floor space: 3000sqm
Saturday, July 21st, 2012
Article source: Studio Elmo Vermijs
On second of June, in the outskirts of Rhoon, the Netherlands, the Buijtenkeuken was launched, five projects (Buijtenpaths, Buijtenbrewery, Buijtenbed, Buijtennursery and Buijtenkitchen) which investigate the coming years the relationship between landscape and recreation.
- Architects: Studio Elmo Vermijs
- Project: Buijtenkeuken
- Location: Rhoon, The Netherlands
- Materials: secondhand plywood, former greenhouse profiles, ropes, pulleys, steel, old potter stone, ceramic felt.
- Dimensions: 273cm x 250cm x 298cm
- Engineer: Frans Schippers
- Technical drawings: Dirk Overduin
- Realisation: Mud Projects, Kay Klop, Gebrand Dros
- Cook: Pepijn Schmeink
- Photos: Ralph Kämena, Sergio Gambetta
Thursday, July 19th, 2012
Article source: Hofman Dujardin Architects
The creative Amsterdam firm Hofman Dujardin Architects, in collaboration with Fokkema&Partners, has played a leading role in helping sustainable energy company Eneco to practise what it preaches. They have designed the interiors for Eneco’s headquarters building in Rotterdam, which has undergone a revolution to create the perfect working environment, complete with solar power, natural light and oxygen from internal vegetation, echoing Eneco’s vision of sustainability. Eneco’s new building is also the perfect example of how clever and efficient office design can offer employees the possibility to work flexibly in a dynamic, open, sustainable and healthy environment.
Image Courtesy Matthijs van Roon
- Architects: Hofman Dujardin Architects
- Project: Headquarter of the energy company Eneco
- Location: Marten Meesweg Rotterdam, The Netherlands
- Surface: 25.000 m²
- In use since: 2012
- Interior architect: Hofman Dujardin Architects in collaboration with Fokkema&Partners
- Project team: Hofman Dujardin Architects: Michiel Hofman, Barbara Dujardin, Jeroen Semeijn, Paul Coenen, Iwona Wozniakowska, Wouter de Zeeuw, Tinka Niemann, Nuno Urbano, Vie So; Fokkema&Partners: Diederik Fokkema, Marjolijn Damen
- Software used: hand sketches, models and AutoCad
Saturday, July 14th, 2012
Article source: Decodeine
Competition Amsterdam footbridge 2012 by Margot Krasojevic
Water management is still the most important function of Amsterdam canals. Without them, the city would drown. Circulating the water is also vital for sanitary reasons. In the days when windmills had to do the job, the stench of the water could become unbearable in periods with little wind or rain.
Three times a week, 14 of the 16 existing waterlocks around the city close up, so clean water can be pumped in from the big lake IJsselmeer. The current that is created pushes the dirty canal water out through the open locks on the other side of the city. Specialized cleaning boats with big scoops and nets patrol frequently clean surface debris. Since 2005, all the houseboats in the city are connected to the sewer system.
Water Purifying Footbridge
- Architects: Decodeine
- Project: Water Purifying Footbridge
- Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Project Architect: Margot Krasojevic
- Software used: 3dsMax and Vray for renders and Microstation for design details
Thursday, July 12th, 2012
Article source: NL Architects
De Kameleon is a supersized housing block including a new shopping center and plenty of parking in the area formerly known as Bijlmermeer.
The Bijlmer is the one area in the Netherlands that sometimes is considered a ghetto. At the moment the area is going through a radical renovation process: an attempt is being made to turn it into a regular Dutch suburb. Standard low-rise housing is introduced that replaces the 10 storey apartment buildings but also the green spaces in-between them. In spite of the new format, the Bijlmer remains exotic: it is the place to be for a sensational Roti or sundried Bats.
Image Courtesy Luuk Kramer
- Architects: NL Architects
- Project: Kameleon
- Location: Bijlmer, The Netherlands
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Article source: Arc2 Architecten
The Railway Museum of the Netherlands is situated at the rear of Maliebaan Station in the city centre of Utrecht. Considerable thought went into how the museum relates to its surroundings. The building consists of a large hall plus three exhibition rooms whose volumes project through the sloping roof. The outer wall is built in brickwork with window strips that are filled with glazing, grilles or sections of weather-boarding according to the interior functions. The structural frame resembles a rib cage, and is supported by columns which branch upwards like trees.
Image Courtesy Rob Hoekstra
- Architects: Arc2 Architecten
- Project: Railway Museum of the Netherlands
- Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands
- Program: museum, restaurant, theatre, conference room
- Gross floor area: 12.000 m2
- Completion: 2005
- Photos: Rob Hoekstra