Powerhouse Company and De Zwarte Hond Selected to Redesign Assen Station

Entrance . Image © Powerhouse Company and De Zwarte Hond

Powerhouse Company and De Zwarte Hond (Team A) have won an international competition to redesign the railway station in the . The winning scheme, marked by a triangular latticed canopy, is designed to reconnect the east and west side of the city with an “inviting and recognizable” transit hub.

Highway Support Center / 24H architecture

Courtesy of Boris Zeisser

Architects: 24H architecture
Location: Balkendwarsweg, , The
Architects In Charge: Boris Zeisser, Maartje Lammers, Fieke Poelman
Area: 3,500 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of Boris Zeisser

Culture Complex De Nieuwe Kolk / De Zwarte Hond

© Gerard van Beek

Architects: De Zwarte Hond
Location: Weiersstraat 1, 9401 , The Netherlands
Architect In Charge: Jurjen van der Meer, Tjeerd Jellema
Area: 48000.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Gerard van Beek

Drents Archive / Zecc Architecten

© Pek&Veren and Ewoud Rooks
Architects: Zecc Architecten
Location: ,
Project Architect: Bart Kellerhuis
Project Team: Marnix van der Meer, Steven Nobel René de Korte, Roy van Maarseveen, Tom Leerkes, Sien Wittevrongel, Elise Bylo, Kathy Vanhoenacker
Area: 3,300 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Cornbread Works

Drents Museum / Erick van Egeraat

© J Collingridge

Architects: Erick van Egeraat
Location: , The
Year: 2011
Photographs: J Collingridge

Rijkswaterstaat Head Office / 24H Architecture

© Christian Richters

Architects: 24H Architecture
Location: , The .
Client: Rijkswaterstaat
Photographs: Christian Richters

Drents Museum: Coach House / Erick van Egeraat

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Well known for adding quality and coherence to the existing urban context of the Netherlands, Europe and the Russian Federation, Erick van Egeraat shares with us the re-positioning of the Coach house where he combines new and old elements of the museum complex. This project serves as an elevated monumental entry to mark a new phase in the transformation of the Drents Museum in , Netherlands. More images and description after the break.