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Studio Marco Vermeulen

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Hi-Tech Hub The 'Dutch Mountains' Planned to Become the World's Largest Wooden Building

12:00 - 3 January, 2018
Hi-Tech Hub The 'Dutch Mountains' Planned to Become the World's Largest Wooden Building, © Studio Marco Vermeulen
© Studio Marco Vermeulen

Plans have been revealed for the “largest wooden building in the world” to be located just outside Eindhoven in the town of Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Known as the Dutch Mountains, the complex was conceived via a multi-disciplinary partnership made up of tech companies, service providers, architects and developers, and would contain a hi-tech, mixed-use program for residents and visitors.

Biesbosch Museum Island / Studio Marco Vermeulen

03:00 - 27 November, 2015
Biesbosch Museum Island / Studio Marco Vermeulen, © Ronald Tilleman
© Ronald Tilleman

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Inside Out / Studio Marco Vermeulen

12:00 - 17 December, 2010
Courtesy Studio Marco Vermeulen
Courtesy Studio Marco Vermeulen

Rotterdam based Studio Marco Vermeulen has shared with ArchDaily their recent proposal for a housing block competition in Moscow. Additional images and a brief architects description after the break.