Neutelings Riedijk Architects

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City Hall Deventer: Public Elevations with 2,300 Different Fingerprints

Completed in 2016 by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, City Hall Deventer is a new city hall of Deventer in the Netherlands. It has public elevations that represent the individual profile of 2,300 different fingerprints, comprising a pattern of oak frames with aluminum screens made by Loes ten Anscher.

Institute for Sound and Vision: A Large Euclidian Cube with A Colorful Facade

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.

Naturalis Biodiversity Center: Existing Buildings and New-Build with Layers of Stones

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.

Gare Maritime: A Sustainable and Circular Design for Mixed Multifunctional Urban Program

Located on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels, Gare Maritime is transformed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects into a covered city with a mixed program of shopping and working with a lot of public space. This 45.000 m2 project is an awesome example of a sustainable and circular design that entirely constructed in wood.

Central Tax Office Walterboscomplex: A Vast New Plinth Building with A Huge Rainwater Pond

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.

Herman Teirlinck Building: A Multifunctional Office Building with A Covered Interior Street

Located on the site of Tour and Taxis in Belgium, Herman Teirlinck Building houses the Flemish Government. It is a multifunctional building designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with CONIX RDBM Architects. This building has awesome common functions that connected via a covered interior street.

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.