The program of this 2006 project is offices, a museum, parking garage, archives, and also an audiovisual library in a 45.000 m2 building. Institute for Sound and Vision is designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects as a large Euclidian cube. Half of the building is buried in the ground in Hilversum, Netherlands. The main highlight of this building is its colorful facade.
Completed in 1997 by Wiel Arets Architects in collaboration with Hein Urlings, House & Studio Arets is a house and also a studio located within a neighborhood of freestanding villas in Maastricht, the Netherlands. This project has two very distinct programs for working and living that separate from one another, accessed via two distinct entries at the front facade.
CPO De Hallen Amsterdam: Tetris-Like Divided Block Design with Mirroring Panels and the Bloomframe Balconies
Finished in 2017, CPO De Hallen Amsterdam is a project of nine families where they unite all their different wishes in one housing block. With 1600 m² in size, the key to the design of this Tetris-like divided block is its unique differences. The building’s grandeur comes from the mirroring panels and the Bloomframe balconies. HofmanDujardin works for this project’s architecture and interior.
This 2019 project is a program of a museum, offices and depots, and laboratories. Designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Naturalis Biodiversity Center forms a sustainable ensemble of existing buildings and new-build in Leiden. These buildings are also beautified by layers of stones that are interrupted by friezes of white concrete elements, designed by Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen.
This private residence is located outside of Maastricht’s city center, a leafy, green, and open area. H’ House is a residential project by Wiel Arets Architects with Alex Kunnen and Francois Steul, owned by a couple who is a dancer and a director. This house is composed of two concrete slabs, supported by small rectangular columns. This project started in 2007 and completed in 2010.
Spoorzone Dordrecht: Transformation of A Railway into A Pleasant Destination with Spectacular Green Areas
The vision of this awesome project is to transform a railway into a pleasant destination in Dordrecht, Netherlands. Spoorzone Dordrecht is an ongoing project by mecanoo for Gemeente Dordrecht that started in 2020. Besides the transformation, this project also includes the development of some areas nearby to provide 6000 homes, stations, parks, amenities, and also commercial spaces.
A 1000 m2 big notary house is being rebuilt in the south of the district of Amsterdam by a family that making their dream house. Started in 2012 and completed in 2016 by HofmanDujardin, Villa Amsterdam is transformed into a refined and generous house with its new awesome design.
The overall masterplan of the station area and the individual components are developed by UNStudio, including a bus terminal, the Willems Tunnel, car and bicycle parking, Park and Rijn Towers, train platforms, and the transfer hall. Triple ground use is enabled thanks to the compact stacking of programs where the passenger flows are organized by the central transfer terminal for six different modes of transport.
It is a vast new plinth building that comprises four existing and two new office towers of the Central Tax Office. Central Tax Office Walterboscomplex is located in the Netherlands, a 45,000 m2 building designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects. It has a huge rainwater pond used as a cooling device for the building. This project is completed in 2007.
Educational Centre Oosterhout Nijmegen: An Educational Building Center with A Long and Colorful Interior Wall
Educational Centre Oosterhout Nijmegen is a 2004 project of an educational building center with 8.285 m². Designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur for the City Council of Nijmegen, this building has a long and colorful interior wall which is interesting for students and youth.
It is a house for a businessman and his family, designed by HofmanDujardin and completed in 2011. Villa Geldrop is a large villa with 415 m² in size that set in the Dutch countryside, Geldrop, Netherlands. It is not an ordinary house but viewed as a modern interpretation of the classic box plan that made famous by Italian renaissance architects such as Palladio, supported by the villa’s clear orientation and strong geometry.