Exhibition in Almere, Netherlands: "The architect develops..."

Exhibition in Almere, Netherlands: "The architect develops..."

“The Architect develops…” is an exhibition of plans for the experimental housing plots in the Homerus Quarter in Almere-Poort. The Homerus Quarter is a new residential area, designed by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, which is completely realized by private sponsorship.

Within this district you can find many types of housing. In a special designated sub-area plots are issued to architects. These architects have committed themselves to design and realize a compact urban detached housing plan for a small plot of land, completely for their own account and risk.

In the weekend of 18th and 19th of April these architects present their plans for this experimental project in the Centre for Architecture CASLA in Almere, from 11:00 to 16:00. For more information, click here (in dutch).

The participating architects are Architectenburo Florian Eckardt Sabine Hoogenraad/Brink + Fleer Architects Bjorn of Rheenen / Sponge Architects Marc Wichards / XYZ architecture studio Sietse van der Spuij / Urbaniser Henk Dirkx, Janneke Ypma, Serail Architects Architects Unique Bart Reuser / Next Architects Egon Kuchlein / Egeon Architects

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Exhibition in Almere, Netherlands: "The architect develops..."" 17 Apr 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/20045/exhibition-in-almere-netherlands-the-architect-develops> ISSN 0719-8884

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