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Villa Amsterdam South

Villa Amsterdam South

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Villa Amsterdam South [NL]

Project: Villa Amsterdam South
Location: Amsterdam [NL]
Year: 2019-2021
Client: Private Client
Interior designer: Nicoline Beerkens
Phase: Under Construction

Housing 15 Dwellings Heerhugowaard

Housing 15 Dwellings Heerhugowaard

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15 Houses Heerhugowaard [NL]

Project: 15 Houses
Location: Heerhugowaard [NL]
Year: 2015-2018
Client: DVM BV, Ursem, Schouten Techniek
Phase: Built

An ambitious and creative client gave us the opportunity to participate in the design for a new typology of ‘starterswoningen’ and ‘seniorenwoningen’. A ‘combination dwelling’ for young people just buying their first house and elderly people buying their last…

Energy Rooftops Amsterdam

Energy Rooftops Amsterdam

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Energy Roooftops Amsterdam [NL]

Project: Energizing Amsterdam
Location: Amsterdam [NL]
Year: 2011
Client: Undisclosed
Phase: Study

Imagine all of the rooftops of Amsterdam being used as energy producers. Amsterdam could party for free, 24/7, indefinitely!

Villa Brugge

Villa Brugge

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Villa, Brugge [BE]

Project: Villa Brugge
Location: Brugge [BE]
Year: 2014-2015
Client: Private Client
Phase: Preliminary Design

How to put four cars and a house on just 72 square meter plot without the ability to dig into the ground? This was the question we asked ourselves driving back from the client meeting near Brugge.

Community Centre Amsterdam

Community Centre Amsterdam

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Community Centre, Amsterdam [NL]

Project: Zandpad Community Centre
Location: Amsterdam [NL]
Year: 2014
Client: Stichting Zandpad
Phase: Preliminary Design

The small community centre consists of three spaces: a daycare, space for activities for elderly and a youth club. The centre is directly owned and run by the local community and is part of a small playground. The three houses characterize the interaction and dialogue with the different users and enabling the community members to come together and socialize and most of all to have fun. Furthermore we think every architect should design a tree house in his or her career at least once 🙂