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Bookstore Selexyz Dominicanen Maastricht

"In the beginning was the bestseller"Is this the world's finest bookshop?'This is Holland," a sales assistant tells me, as I scan bookshelves generously stocked with English as well as Dutch works....

Euromax

in Architecture by KOW Architecture
  contributed by 323 World Architecture Festival , 22 July 2009
Rotterdam's industrial harbour zone on the River Maasvlakte (plain) does not generally impress with inspirational office design. Occasionally, one even sees makeshift offices made of adjoining...

Beurs van Berlage

in Architecture by Hendrik Petrus Berlage ()
contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 17 March 2009
The Beurs van Berlage is a building on the Damrak, in the center of Amsterdam. It was designed as a commodity exchange by architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage and constructed between 1896 and 1903. It...

Roosendaal Pavillion

in Architecture by René van Zuuk Architekten
  contributed by 159 archdaily, 25 June 2009
In 2001 the city of Roosendaal (a provincial town in the southwest of the Netherlands) decided to ban cars from the New Market in the centre of town by building a huge two storey underground parking....

Green Office 2015

in Architecture by RAU
contributed by 323 World Architecture Festival , 22 September 2009
An urban planning contribution to the inner city experience and its integration into the surroundings areas.

Maasberg Overloon

ClientUnit 6 of "JJI De Hunnerberg, De Maasberg" in Overloon is converted from an prison for adults into an autonomously functioning juvenile detention institution. The buildings for the living areas...

Sheep Stable

in Architecture by 70F Architecture
  contributed by 128 miesvanderrohe, 16 July 2009
The city of Almere has a sheep population of about 80 sheep. The sheep are mobilized to keep the powerful weed “acanthus” or “bears-breech” that grows in the “vroege vogel” - forest and...

Utrecht Townhall

Rehabilitación del Ayuntamientod e Utrecht.EMBT arquitectos.

Borneo Sporenburg

Statistically Borneo Sporenburg needed to be a high-density development with a dominance of low-rise houses. This condition demanded a specific typology for these dwellings. Within the urban design...

Petting Farm

in Architecture by 70F Architecture
  contributed by 159 archdaily, 31 July 2009
Most city parts of Almere, a city with almost 190.000 inhabitants, have a petting farm. In the ‘den Uyl’ park there used to be one, but it burned down in the early 80’s, leaving only its...
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