País:Holanda

30.7.2020

Museum Boijmans van Beuningen

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen has a unique international collection. Boijmans considers the wings of the architects Van der Steur (1935, national monument) and Bodon (1972, national monument in proceedings) as part of the collection.
13.7.2020

ZOHO

The design team consisting of Orange Architects, ECHO urban design, Moederscheim Moonen, More Architecture and Studio Nauta - commissioned by Rotterdam developers Leyten and Stebru - has won the tender for the Zomerhofkwartier (ZOHO) in Rotterdam! ZOHO is a remarkable piece of ‘almost inner city’ that is Rotterdam through and through, yet it also has an identity all of its own, shaped by contemporary entrepreneurship, social initiatives and vibrant communities. Based on an explicit concept that strengthens the existing qualities of ZOHO, the winning design connects green structures and generates a sustainable and collective neighbourhood.
7.7.2020

Möbius House

With its low-slung, elongated outlines the private house forms a link between the different features of the surroundings; the spatial loop enables the house to take in the extreme aspects of the landscape.
13.11.2019

Sint Maartenkliniek

On Friday 8 November the new wing of the Sint Maartenskliniek in Nijmegen was officially opened. In the new building, the specialized clinic uses technical innovations to give patients control over their health. Physically, socially and emotionally. This is done in a super modern operating complex and in a spacious rehabilitation centre that is fully equipped for a long stay. Characteristic for the entire design of EGM architects is the connection with nature around the clinic.
20.8.2019

Green Villa

MVRDV has designed a small office and residential building on a corner lot next to the Dommel river in the Dutch village of Sint-Michielsgestel, using a gridded “rack” system to cover the building’s entire exterior in a variety of plants.
24.4.2019

‘T IJ

‘T IJ is the biggest and most striking of a series of objects designed to celebrate the opening of the Haringvliet sluices in November 2018. The sluices were opened in order to improve water quality and biodiversity, while also stimulating fish migration from the North Sea to the river delta system of Maas and Rhine in the Netherlands.

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