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Sport Campus Zuiderpark in The Hague, Netherlands by FaulknerBrowns LLP

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Article source: FaulknerBrowns LLP

Located at the heart of the historic Zuiderpark, the €50m sports campus is an innovative collaboration of alliances between education, sport, sport science and the community, for both the municipality of The Hague and its private partners: the Haagse Hogeschool and ROC Mondriaan.

Image Courtesy © FaulknerBrowns + Hufton+Crow

  • Architects: FaulknerBrowns LLP
  • Project: Sport Campus Zuiderpark
  • Location: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Photography: Scagliola Brakkee, Hufton+Crow, Arjen Schmitz
  • Client: Municipality of The Hague, Haagse Hogeschool and ROC Mondriaan
  • Executive Architects: ABT
  • Structural Engineering: ABT
  • Main Contractor: Ballast Nedam
  • Project Manager: Alphaplan
  • Construction Cost €50m
  • Area 33,000m²
  • Project Year 2017


The Green Entrance for a city with style in The Hague, The Netherlands by DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Article source: DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism

DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism presents the plan for ‘The Green Entrance’ of The Hague, as part of the program ‘City Entrances’. The plan covers a unique area with ‘Koningin Julianaplein’, the historic ‘Koekamp’, the ‘Malieveld’ and  the ‘Haagse Bos’ and multiple formal rows of trees. Through an integral approach between landscape design, cultural heritage, mobility, programming and technology, the result is a truly unique design of ‘The Green Entrance’ with a self-explanatory The Hague identity.

Image Courtesy © DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism

  • Architects: DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism
  • Project: The Green Entrance for a city with style in The Hague
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Design: DELVA Landscape Architects / Urbanism In collaboration with Ingenieursbureau Den Haag
  • Commissioner: Municipality of The Hague, Staatsbosbeheer(National Forest Management Agency)
  • Size: 36 hectares
  • Planning: Completion Koningin Julianaplein in 2019, other subprojects will be implemented in phases


Zilverzijde – Social Housing in The Hague, The Netherlands by Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners

Radical Tabula Rasa

In 2006, Atelier Kempe Thill is commissioned to design Block 10 in the Moerwijk neighborhood of The Hague with eighty-eight apartments and twenty-seven terraced houses as the result of a negotiation procedure by Vestia, the largest building corporation in the Netherlands.

Moerwijk is a typical restructuring area with residential buildings from the nineteen-sixties, as also exist in many large cities in the Netherlands. Also here, the city and housing corporations agreed on the comprehensive demolition of the entire area rather than renovation of the existing buildings.

Image Courtesy © A2 Studio Rotterdam

  • Architects: Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners
  • Project: Zilverzijde – Social Housing
  • Location: Erasmusweg 106 – 178, Wildenborgstraat, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Photography: A2 Studio Rotterdam
  • Client: Ceres / Vestia Den Haag Zuid-West
  • Team Atelier Kempe Thill: André Kempe, Oliver Thill, Teun van der Meulen with Rafael Alencar Saraiva, Marcel Geerdink, Anja Mueller, Peter Graf, Stefanie Diwischek, Andris Rubenis, David van Eck
  • Urban planner: KCAP, Rotterdam / The Hague department urban planning
  • Supervisor: Ruurd Gietema / Frank Weijzen


Capriole Café in The Hague, The Netherlands by Bureau Fraai

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Article source: Bureau Fraai 

Amsterdam based architecture studio Bureau Fraai has converted a former paint factory in The Hague into a coffee bar, restaurant and business centre with a fully steel bar element as an interconnecting eye-catcher.

The restaurant and coffee experience named Capriole Café is one of the first hospitality concepts in the upcoming industrial neighbourhood the “Binckhorst” in The Hague, which will be developed into a residential and business area the coming decade.

Image Courtesy © René van Dongen/ Pascal Striebel

  • Architects: Bureau Fraai (Rikjan Scholten, Daniel Aw)
  • Project: Capriole Café
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Photography: René van Dongen/ Pascal Striebel
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp and Podium
  • Client: Capriole Coffee Service
  • Interior builder: Metnils interieurmaatwerk
  • Steelwork: Hametec
  • Contractor: Meesterbouw
  • Floor area total m2: 317m2
  • Status: Completed 2016


Into the Wild in The Hague, Netherlands by Openfabric, Dmau

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Article source: Openfabric

Play is about finding ones place in the world and making sense of that world. We have created a plan that seeks to juxtapose two different worlds. The man made and the natural. The plan has an urban exterior and a wild natural interior, each space contains a different type of play.

Image Courtesy © Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo

Image Courtesy © Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo

  • Architects: Openfabric, Dmau
  • Project: Into the Wild
  • Location: Grevelingenveld, The Hague, Netherlands
  • Photography: Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Daryl Mulvihill, Francesco Garofalo
  • Client: The Hague Municipality, Richard Krajicek Foundation
  • Team: Francesco Garofalo, Daryl Mulvihill, Barbara Costantino
  • Consultant: Arcadis
  • Gross Built Area : 5.100 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2015


ROC MONDRIAAN in The Hague, Netherlands by Fokkema & Partners Architecten

Sunday, July 10th, 2016

Article source: Fokkema & Partners Architecten

ROC Mondriaan in The Hague officially opened the schools that were renovated by Fokkema & Partners to become a new Hospitality Campus. At the opening, the Mayor of The Hague Van Aartsen stated: ‘This new campus is an asset to the city and for education in the region’. Today more than ever, the school can cooperate with the city and local business opening its facilities for events and meetings. The design by Fokkema & Partners provides the students with a fully equipped and bright learning environment as well as with a vibrant heart where they can practice their skills. Organized around a grand café in the central atrium there are several restaurant “pockets”. These pockets with different hospitality concepts each have their unique style and offer splendid views of the student activity in the preparation kitchens. A new canopy over the entrance accentuates the view into the grand café depot.

Image Courtesy © Horizon Photoworks

Image Courtesy © Horizon Photoworks

  • Architects: Fokkema & Partners Architecten
  • Project: ROC MONDRIAAN
  • Location: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Photography: Horizon Photoworks
  • Software used: AutoCAD and SketchUp


The Supreme Court of the Netherlands in The Hague by KAAN Architecten

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Article source: KAAN Architecten

The new building of the Supreme Court of the Netherlands by KAAN Architecten has been decidedly integrated into the elegant historic city centre of The Hague. The building, which houses a staff of 350, verges on large: 104 metres long, 22 metres deep and 27 metres tall. These dimensions, with the measured vibrancy of its facades, add some allure to this part of the city centre.

The plane trees and six legal scholars in bronze seated on pedestals make for a wide gateway on the Korte Voorhout, a royal route leading to the buildings from Parliament. The entrance hall seems to have been chiselled from a solid block of marble. It serves as a sturdy base for the superstructure of glass panels and slender latticework. These and other ostensible contradictions seem to reflect the work of the Supreme Court itself. Open and closed, distinguished and functional, hard and ethereal, rough and refined – all exist alongside routine business, on which judgements are passed with great clarity of mind.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra _ FG+SG

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra _ FG+SG

  • Architects: KAAN Architecten, (Kees Kaan, Vincent Panhuysen, Dikkie Scipio)
  • Project: The Supreme Court of the Netherlands
  • Location:  Korte Voorhout 8, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra _ FG+SG, Dominique Panhuysen, Sebastian van Damme
  • Client: Rijksvastgoedbedrijf
  • Design team: Allard Assies, Luca Baialardo, Christophe Banderier, Bas Barendse, Dennis Bruijn, Timo Cardol, Sebastian van Damme, Marten Dashorst, Luuk Dietz, Willemijn van Donselaar, Paolo Faleschini, Raluca Firicel, Michael Geensen, Cristina Gonzalo Cuairán, Joost Harteveld, Walter Hoogerwerf, Michiel van der Horst, Marlon Jonkers, Jan Teunis ten Kate, Marco Lanna, Giuseppe Mazzaglia, Ana Rivero Esteban, Joeri Spijkers, Koen van Tienen, Noëmi Vos
  • Contractor: Consortium Poort van Den Haag: BAM PPP B.V., PGGM, BAM Bouw en Techniek B.V., ISS Nederland B.V. and KAAN Architecten
  • Structural engineering: Arup Nederland
  • Electrical engineering: BAM Bouw en Techniek
  • Mechanical engineering: Arup Nederland
  • Site supervision: KAAN Architecten, BAM Bouw en Techniek
  • Artwork: “Hoge Raad” (oil on canvas, 400 x 647 cm, 2015) by Helen Verhoeven
  • Software used: Autodesk, AutoCAD and Revit (more…)

A ‘railway station of glass’ in THE HAGUE, Den Haag by Benthem Crouwel Architects

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Article source: Benthem Crouwel Architects 

The Hague Central Station has been transformed by Benthem Crouwel Architects into a light-filled, capacious, easy-to-read building where all public transport systems converge at the heart of the city. The concrete of the 1970s has been demolished in favour of transparency. Inside, trams whiz above the trains along an elevated track. At the opening on February 1, 2016, State Secretary for Infrastructure and the Environment Sharon Dijksma described it as ‘a railway station of glass, a cathedral of light’.

Image Courtesy © Jannes Linders

Image Courtesy © Jannes Linders

  • Architects: Benthem Crouwel Architects
  • Project: A ‘railway station of glass’
  • Location: Koningin Julianaplein 10, 2595 Den Haag
  • Photography: Jannes Linders
  • Client: ProRail, Gemeente Den Haag, VROM, Nederlandse Spoorwegen
  • Structural Engineering, mechanical services, building physics: Grontmij, Houten
  • Contractor:  Strukton Bouw
  • Ground floor area: 20.000 m²: 15.840 m² station building and 3816 m² of commercial space
  • Start design: 2003
  • Start construction: 2011
  • Opening: 1 february 2016


Experience Juliana Children’s Hospital in The Hague, Netherlands by Tinker imagineers

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

Article source: Tinker imagineers

Visiting a hospital is quite an experience. To comfort and distract the young patients visiting the new Juliana Children’s hospital in The Hague (NL), five little buddies pop up all around the hospital to distract the children (and their parents), to make them laugh or provide information.

Image Courtesy © Fred Ernst

Image Courtesy © Fred Ernst

  • Architects: Tinker imagineers
  • Project: Experience Juliana Children’s Hospital
  • Location: The Hague, Netherlands
  • Photography: Fred Ernst, Wim Verbeek, Michael van Oosten, Michael Kieviets


De Resident – Enlarging Dutch Classics in The Hague, The Netherlands by Hofman Dujardin Architects

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Article source: Hofman Dujardin Architects 

Amsterdam, November 2015 – For the 55.000m2 renovation and connection of two government offices in The Hague, architecture studio HofmanDujardin found inspiration in the architectural roots of the existing architecture and translated this to a strong concept that brings the rich colour use of Dutch masters like Mondriaan, Van Gogh, Rembrandt and others deep into the working spaces.

Image Courtesy © Matthijs van Roon

Image Courtesy © Matthijs van Roon

  • Architects: Hofman Dujardin Architects 
  • Project: De Resident – Enlarging Dutch Classics
  • Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Matthijs van Roon
  • Architect atrium: cepezed, Delft
  • Architect interior: HofmanDujardin, Amsterdam, Michiel Hofman, Barbara Dujardin, Anne Boonstra, Pieter Mulder, Maik,Peters, Marjo Langbr, oek, Xander Albers,Clara Hernandez, Claire Ginguené, Melinda Delst, Andrés Serrano Tenor, Jeroen Semeijn, Silvia Pecci
  • Projectmanagement: Stevens van Dijck, Zoetermeer
  • Installations: Antea Group, Heerenveen
  • Structural engineering: Antea Group, Heerenveen
  • Contractor: Heijmans Utiliteitsbouw, Rotterdam
  • Installations: ETB Vos
  • Realization: 2015
  • Gfa: 55.000 m²


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