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17 Jan 2012
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Ginkgo Project, Beekbergen, near Apeldoorn
picture : Christian Richters
The project is located near the natural park of Veluwe in the Netherlands with views over an old church and the central park of the small town. The urban structure of Beekbergen, as many other small towns of the Netherlands, is composed mainly by large single family houses that are not affordable for young people and not suitable for older people with mobility problems.
Key Architecture Projects, alphabetical:
Centraal Beheer Extension – office building
Wiel Arets Architects
picture : Jan Bitter
Architecture Competition 1st prize
A leftover plot on the edge of a Vinex-area in Apeldoorn forms the site for 50 dwellings. The original urban plan suggests a Cloister garden enclosed by dwellings. Due to the changing market situation a different housing typology was chosen. The 52 dwellings consist of 32 semidetached houses, 10 detached houses and 10 single row houses according to meet the diversity of market demands.
The sloping roofs that create an alternating image formulate an iconographic aspect within the entire complex. The skew line creates the entrance of the house, whereby shelter is given when it rains. There is consciously chosen for an abstract appearance based on traditional typologies. The materialization of the black slate and slate like façade stone give this abstract appearance a natural character.
Walter Bos complex
Neutelings Riedijk Architects
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Dutch Architecture – Selection
"WoZoCo" Housing for Elderly
photo © adrian welch
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Theatre Agora, Lelystad, Flevoland
Theater Lelystad, 2005 : image © Christian Richters
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