PANalytical / DHV architects

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Architects: DHV architects
Location: Eindhoven,
Principal Architect: Robert Collignon
Client: PANalytical
Contractor: Ballast Nedam (Civil), Burgers Ergon (Utilities)
Project Area: 5.800 sqm 
Project Year: 2011
Photos: René de Wit

Multifunctional Building / BDG Architects

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Architect: BDG Architecten
Location: , the Netherlands
Client: LMN Bouwbeheer cv
Completion year: 2009
Photographs: BDG Architecten

Stills / DOEPEL STRIJKERS

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Architects: DOEPEL STRIJKERS
Location: , the Netherlands
Program: retail
Assignment: rebuilding and interior
Status: completed September 2011
Size: 188 sqm
Client: Veldhovengroup BV, Stills
Design: Duzan Doepel, Eline Strijkers with Chantal Vos
Photograph: Wouter vandenBrink

Shou Sugi Ban / BYTR Architects

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Architects: BYTR Architects
Location: Maarn,
Projectteam: Tjerk van de Wetering, Richel Lubbers, Dominique Vermeulen
Client: Private
Completion: 2010
Wooden framework: Prehocon, Bunnik
Building costs: €100.000 excl. BTW
Photographs: Ossip van Duivenbode

   

Lighthouse / BYTR Architects

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Architect: BYTR Architects
Location: ,
Project team: Tjerk van de Wetering, Richel Lubbers, Dominique Vermeulen
Client: Private
Design: 2006
Realisation: 2010
Photographs: Ossip van Duivenbode

 

Culture Cluster / SeARCH

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Architects: SeARCH
Location: ,
Project Team: Bjarne Mastenbroek & Uda Visser
Assistants: Remco Wieringa, Ton Gilissen, Thomas van Schaick, Ad Bogerman, Wesley Lanckriet, Guus Peters, Alan Lam, Alexandra Schmitz, Fabian Wallmüller, Mónica Carriço, Nolly Vos w/ Frisly Colop, Michael Drobnik, Noëmi Vos, Bert van Diepen
Client: Gemeente Enschede, DMO
Contractor: Heijmans IBC Van den Belt VOF
Interior Design: Opera Ontwerpers (exhibition design)
Completion Date: 2008
Project Area: 12,000 sqm
Photographs: Christian Richters

Faculty of Science, Building D / Rudy Uytenhaak Architectenbureau

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Architects: Rudy Uytenhaak and Marco Romano
Location: ,
Completion date: June 2009
Client: University of Amsterdam
Type: Faculty building
Area: 34,000 sqm
Photographer: Pieter Kers

Faculty of Science, Building C / Rudy Uytenhaak Architectenbureau

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Architects: Rudy Uytenhaak and Marco Romano
Location: Amsterdam,
Completion date: June 2009
Client: University of Amsterdam
Type: Faculty building
Area: 34,000 sqm
Photographs: Pieter Kers

Helmond Theater Destroyed by Fire

Last Thursday, the iconic Theater ‘t Speelhuis designed by Dutch architect was destroyed by a large fire, additionally damaging the eighteen cube houses surrounding it. The theater is considered a treasure to the residents of . Despite the local outcry to rebuild the Theater’s Playhouse, Mayor Jacobs is uncertain on whether that will happen, stating it would be “difficult”.

The eighteen cube houses that surround the fire has experience smoke and water damage, so they do not need to be demolished. However, thirteen of the fifty households within the vicinity of the theater have no insurance and it is unsure if they will be reimbursed for the damage.

The cause of the fire is still unknown, however sources speculate it was a shortage in equipment. There were no reports of anyone hurt, however valuable paintings of artist Har Sanders was also destroyed in the fire.

Reference: NOS

Fire Station In Weert / BDG Architecten Ingenieurs Zwolle

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Architect: BDG Architecten Ingenieurs Zwolle
Location: ,
Client: BrandweerWeert
Completion: 2011
Photographs: Alex Mulder

    

Decos / Inbo

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Architects: Inbo
Location: ,
Project Team: Jeroen Simons, Saxon-Lear Duckworth
Other Collaborators: Arnold Homan, Hans van Velzen, Erik Berg, Arie de Jong, Ben van der Wal
Project Area: 2531 sqm
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Gerard van Beek

De Kleine Komedie Theatre / denieuwegeneratie architecten

© Roos Aldershoff

Architects: denieuwegeneratie architecture | urban design
Location: Amstel 56-58, , The Netherlands
Client: theatre De Kleine Komedie
Architect Team: Sanne Oomen, Thomas Dieben, Oscar Vos
Completion: 2011
Photographs: Roos Aldershoff 

   

Dogma House Leeuwarden / Onix

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Architects: Onix
Location: ,
Client: private
Project architects: Haiko Meijer, Alex van de Beld
Design team: René Harmanni
Size: 205 m2
Completion: 2005
Photographer: Courtesy of Onix

   

Block 128 IJburg / DP6

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Architects: DP6
Location: ,
Photographs: Christian Richters, Hans van der Vliet, DP6

Green Sports Hall / MoederscheimMoonen Architects

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Architects: MoederscheimMoonen Architects 
Location: Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel,
Project Architect: Erik Moederscheim
Project Team: Erik Moederscheim, Ruud Moonen
Engineering: Bouwhaven
Structural Engineering: CAE Nederland
General Contractor: Valkenburg BV
Client: Municipality of Zuidplas
Gross floor space: 2,160 sqm
Photographs: Luuk Kramer

  

Zwijsen College / Jeanne Dekkers Architecteur

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Architect: Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur 
Location: Prins Willem Alexander Sportpark 1,  5461XL , The Netherlands
Client: HEVO BV commissioned by Ons Middelbaar Onderwijs
Project Team: Jeanne Dekkers, Helga Snel, Marco Villares, Amarinske Douma (design), Frank Segaar, Jan Enting (projectcoördination), Karim Djallal, Peter Roodenburg (structural design)
Size: 13,100 sqm GFA
Completion: March 2011
Photographer: Daria Scagliola / Stijn Brakkee

   

Villa Veth / 123DV

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Architect: 123DV
Location: ,
Design Team: Berry van Empel, Andrea Sollazzo, Robin Rook
Contractor: Building company Felix
Description: Abstract villa in forest
Status: completed 2011
Surface: 475 sqm floor surface, 6000 sqm land
Photographs: Christiaan de Bruijne

Redbull New Headquarters / Sid Lee Architecture

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Architects: Sid Lee Architecture
Location: , The Netherlands
Clients: Red Bull Netherlands
Acrhitectural Design:
Visual Identity and Graphics: Sid Lee
Builders: Fiction Factory
Furniture: 2D&W
Project Year: 2010
Project Area: 875 sqm
Photographs: Ewout Huibers

Chosen over two other firms, Sid Lee Architecture and Sid Lee’s Amsterdam atelier were mandated to create the new Red Bull Amsterdam headquarters. The company agreed to settle in the North side of Amsterdam’s port area, in a site evocative of both an artistic street culture and the intensity of extreme sports. The project landed in an old heritage shipbuilding factory, facing a timeless crane and an old disused Russian submarine.