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Design: FRANTZEN et al
Patch22 is not only clad with wood, but it has a 30 metres high wooden load bearing structure in which the timber columns, timber beams and wooden walls that remain visible in the interiors of the apartments.
Design: Wiel Arets Architects
The IJhal is a recently completed pedestrian passageway situated within Amsterdam’s central train station, on its the northern, waterside–which abuts the river it’s named for, the IJ.
Design: UNStudio & MDT-tex
The inspiration for the info booth pavilion originated from the theme of this year’s festival, biomimicry: the imitation of natural phenomena for the purpose of solving complex human problems.
B.Amsterdam is a pioneering business environment for innovative entrepreneurship, co-designed by NEXT architects. They transformed a large, empty 18.000 m2 office building into an ecosystem with numerous facilities to connect startups, creative entrepreneurs and established companies.
Architects: architectenbureau cepezed b.v.
Recently Building G of the Amsterdam temporary courthouse was completed and taken into use. The interim-building was realized on the premises of the Parnas-complex on the Parnassusweg.
Design: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and Barcode Architects
The 46.000 sqm mixed-use building will create a landmark in the emerging neighborhood of IJburg, bridging the new urban district to the harbour areas near Amsterdam’s historic city center.
Design: MVSA Architects
At the tip of the Danzigerkade, in the rapidly developing industrial Houthavens district, a new landmark has appeared. The new European Headquarters for Calvin Klein & Tommy Hilfiger is now completed.
MVRDV complete Crystal Houses Amsterdam, a flagship store with a replica façade made entirely out of glass.
Oamsterdam Sustainable Urban Strategy will create new connections within the urban fabric, leading to a larger city-centre. The bridges, already under discussion, will be rooted in a more extensive plan for the city.