Nieuw Leyden / 24H > architecture

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Architects: 24H > architecture
Location: Leyden,
Project team: Maartje Lammers, Boris Zeisser with Olav Bruin, Anja Verdonk, Albert-Jan Vermeulen, Floor Kokke, Valentine van Dam
Project area: 380 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: Boris Zeisser 24H

House NL III / GAAGA

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Architects: GAAGA – Esther Stevelink en Arie Bergsma
Location: Leiden,
Contractor casco structure: Bruijnes, Alphen aan de Rijn. The rest of the house was built by the owner himself.
Structural Engineering: IMD, Rotterdam
Installations: Bemeco Installatietechniek, Nieuw Vennep
Energy performance & building physics: – Arie Bergsma
Project year: 2008 – 2010
Photographs: Marcel van der Burg

Meander / UArchitects

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Architects: UArchitects – Emile van Vugt and Misak Terzibasiyan, in cooperation with architectenaandemaa
Location: Maarheeze,
Photographs: John Sondeyker and Geert Balvers

380 Student Units and Public Space Design / Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer

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Architects: Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
Location: , The Netherlands
Design team: Marlies Rohmer, Floris Hund (collaborating architect), Michiel van Pelt (project coordinator), Arjan van Ruyven, Pepijn Nolet, Marc de Vries
Client: University of Utrecht, Utrecht
Project area: 18,600 sqm
Project year: 2003 – 2008
Photographs: Scagliola en Brakkee, Rene de Wit, AkzoNobel

Juvenile Living / UArchitects

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Architects: UArchitects – Emile van Vugt and Misak Terzibasiyan
Location: ,
Client: Government Building Agency
Management of Construction: RU Bouwadvies – Den Bosch
Structural engineer: Van de Laar Ingenieursbureau
Advisor installations: Deerns raadgevend ingenieurs
Company of construction: Bam Utiliteitsbouw – Eindhoven
Photographs: Norbert van Onna

Odacomplex / Humblé Architecten

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Architects: Humblé Architecten
Location: Sittard, The Netherlands
Cost: € 13.364.600
Project area: 2,250 sqm
Project year: 2004 – 2010
Photographs: Jean Simons Maastricht & Willem Verhaegh Sittard

Houtsma Site Live/Work Factory / Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer

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Architects: Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
Location: ,
Design team: Marlies Rohmer, Floris Hund (deputy architect), Kirsten Gabriëls (assistant designer/coordinator), Gieneke Pieterse (project coordinator), Ido de Boer, Charles Hueber, Marie Louise Greger
Project area: 6,260 sqm
Project year: 2004 – 2010
Photographs: Luuk Kramer, Marlies Rohmer

H House / Wiel Arets Architects

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Architects: Wiel Arets Architects
Location: , the Netherlands
Design team: Satoru Umehara, Harold Herman, Daniel Meier, Dennis Villanueva, Alex Kunnen, Francois Steul
Project area: 130 sqm
Project year: 2005 – 2010
Photographs: Wiel Arets Architects

Juvenile Pavilion / UArchitects

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Architects: UArchitects – Emile van Vugt and Misak Terzibasiyan
Location: Overloon,
Client: Government Building Agency
Management of Construction: RU Bouwadvies – Den Bosch
Structural engineer: Sigma engineering
Advisor installations: Government Building Agency
Company of construction: Bam Utiliteitsbouw – Eindhoven
Photographs: Norbert van Onna

The Intense City / Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer

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Architects: Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
Location: , The Netherlands
Design team: Marlies Rohmer and Floris Hund; with Ronald Hageman, Gieneke Pieterse, Rikjan Scholten, Klaas Nienhuis and
Client: Proper-Stok Woningen B.V.
Project area: 9,312 sqm
Project year: 2004 – 2010
Photographs: Rob de Jong, Marcel van der Burg, René de Wit

Villa Geldrop / Hofman Dujardin Architects

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Architects: Hofman Dujardin Architects
Location: Geldrop, The Netherlands
Technical engineering: Bouwtechnisch Adviesburo Ad Wouters Mierlo
Contractor: KSB Snoeijen Bouw
Power supply: Mebro Elektrotechniek Nuenen
Climate control: Installatiebedrijf Snijders Best
Project area: 415 sqm
Project year: 2011
Photographs: Matthijs van Roon Amsterdam

Floating Houses in IJburg / Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer

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Architects: Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
Location: , The Netherlands
Design team: Marlies Rohmer and Floris Hund, Michiel van Pelt, Ronald Hageman, Marc de Vries, Charles Hueber, Martin Koster
Client: Ontwikkelingscombinatie Waterbuurt West and Woningstichting Eigen Haard
Project area: 10,652 sqm
Project year: 2001-2011
Photographs: Marcel van der Burg, Luuk, Kramer, Roos Aldershoff

Dutch House / Rem Koolhaas

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One of the most prominent aspects of a design, if not the most important, is the consideration of the context and environment in which the proposed design will be found. In the case of the by Rem Koolhaas, the unique and very challenging environmental conditions and topography of the site led to a design with interesting conditions that respond to these conditions.

More on the Dutch House in after the break.

Transformation Station Voorburg / POSAD

The stationsquare offers room for public events

The city of [] has recently approved the design for a extensive transformation of the Station area. The urban plan, designed by POSAD spatial strategies, connects the different scales that are present, such as the historical center of Voorburg and the adjacent Binckhorst business park. The array of functions of the transport hub – railway, tram, bicycle and bus connections – will profit from this strategic transformation. Images of the project in addition to a description from the architects can be found after the jump.

Office Besturenraad | BKO / COEN!

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Architects: COEN! – Coen van Ham
Location: Woerden,
Client: Besturenraad / BKO, Woerden
Project area: 2,200 sqm
Project year: 2010 – 2011
Photographs: COEN!

Harbor Pavilion / Van der Jeugd Architecten

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Architects: Van der Jeugd Architecten
Location: , the Netherlands
Project area: 247 sqm
Project year: 2009 – 2010
Photographs: Ruud van der Koelen

AD Classics: Educatorium / OMA

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Completed in 1997, the Educatorium in , Netherlands was OMAs and ’ first university project.  Part of a larger masterplan for the campus of De Uithof for Utrecht University to create a more westernized version of a college campus, the Educatorium was designed to be the new center of campus, not only geographically but socially as well.

Understood to be the encapsulation of the entire university experience in one building, Koolhaas and his team at OMA conceptualized the Educatorium as a factory for learning in both the traditional formalistic approach as well as the informal student to student exchange.  The Educatorium was designed specifically so that the processes of socialization, learning, and examination would be entangled within one another blurring the boundaries between lounges, classrooms, and corridors such that there is a constant redefinition of what it means to learn in a social environment.

More on the Educatorium after the break.

Zuiderzeeweg / Fact Architects

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Architects: Fact Architects
Location: , The Netherlands
Client: De Principaal
Project area: 12,395 sqm
Project year: 2010
Photographs: Fact Architects