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Lakeshore Housing The Sphinxes: Apartment Buildings with A Sphinx-Like Profile

These five ‘sphinxes’ are apartment buildings designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects and completed in 2004. Lakeshore Housing The Sphinxes is an awesome project that consists of 65 apartments in 5 buildings on the water. The result of this project is apartments with maximizing unobstructed views and a sphinx-like profile.

Minnaert Building: A Functional Building with Three Main Elements

Located on the Uithof University Campus, Minnaert Building comprises three main elements. These elements are a restaurant, classrooms and laboratories, and a workspace for three departments. Completed in 1997 by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, this 9000 m2 building is nominated for the Rietveld Award.

OSG Piter Jelles Leeuwarden: A ‘Double School’ with Brick Facade Segments and Wooden Paneling

It is a secondary education project completed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur in 2006. OSG Piter Jelles Leeuwarden is 6.425 m2 in size, a ‘double school’ located in the green zone of a North Leeuwarden district. The building has brick facade segments are horizontal markedly while the wooden paneling is lineated inside the building.

Minkema College Woerden: A College Building with Wooden Trusses and Steel Roof

This college building accommodates a municipal sports center and a lower secondary vocational school. Minkema College is located at the edge of the town of Woerden, linking stone and green on the site. Completed in 2003 by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur, this 12.150 m2 building is designed with wooden trusses that support the shiny green steel roof.

Ronald McDonald House Barendrecht: A Temporary Care Center with Exterior Walls Made of Wood and Glass

Located on Voordijk in Barendrecht, the brief for this temporary care center is to create an environment that can offer a comfortable place for families to gather and relax. Ronald McDonald House Barendrecht is designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur, completed in June 2007 with 900 m2 in size. The exterior walls of the house are made of wood and glass, allowing warm daylight to enter the house spaces easily.

Cultural Center Belfeld: A New Cultural Center Building with New Volumes and Bright Colors

The main hall and activity areas in this current cultural center building are demolished to make way for new construction. The new cultural center building for Cultural Center Belfeld is designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur and completed in 2013. The renovation for this new building in Belfeld comes with a new volume while the bright colors can improve orientation.

Limburgs Museum Venlo: A Museum Building with A Curved Elongated Brick Volume

Completed in 2000, Limburgs Museum Venlo is designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur as a new town gate. Located in Venlo with 7.600 m² in size, this museum building has steel and the glass of the entrance and the office section that refers to modern times while the curved elongated brick volume refers to the past.

Residences Allardhof Buren: Special Apartments with A Village-Like Character

41 special apartments with a village-like character have been designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur in the neighborhood of Buren for the Housing cooperation of Tiel. Residences Allardhof Buren is a 2014 project with 6.700 m² in size. The basic materials from the surrounding neighborhood are used for the structure of this building.

Farm Grubbehoeve Banholt: A Residential Home with High-Quality Sustainable Materials

Designed in collaboration with ZOETMULDER, this existing L-shaped farm is redeveloped into a residential home. Farm Grubbehoeve Banholt is located in the hilly countryside of Limburg with 800 m2 in size. The caree farm’s authentic shape is restored in a contemporary way and high-quality sustainable materials are also used to complete the design. This project is in collaboration with local artisans, locally available materials, and local techniques.

Deltares Delft: A Three-Storey-High Tetra Building with A Small Multi-Purpose Pavilion

This three-storey-high tetra building is a new face of the independent Research Institute Deltares in the Netherlands. It is an institute that focuses on innovative solutions to Delta problems located on an outdated campus designed in the sixties. Deltares Delft is designed by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur with 6000 m2 in size. A small multi-purpose pavilion is also built adjacent t0 this building. This awesome project is completed in 2013.