Lorentz, designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, is a new multifunctional building of over 55.000 sqm that is composed of three light-coloured towers of different heights that stand on top of a dark-coloured plinth building.
A swimming pool is positioned in the middle of the house, creating a concrete shape cut in half by a transparent zone. The upper floor of the house constitutes the “night zone”, a space dedicated to sleep and relaxation.
The design embraces the classical typology and develops new living demands. Due to local regulations, the house is designed within the footprint and spatial template of the original barn that once stood at the site.
Netherlands’ biggest collection of modern realist art, housed in the former town hall of Gorssel. This building has undergone a transformation with new wings for galleries behind the existing building.
Winning proposal for redevelopment of the Coberco factory site: the vision opens up the current disused industrial site on the Rhine river through a distinctly sustainable and lively urban environment.
The Dutch Mountains. The interactive work and residential environment of the future; a multi-purpose facility on a mission. An ultra-circular structure capable of changing along as time passes, and capacitated for improvement though updates, upgrades, and possibly the occasional downgrade as well.