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7 Nov 2017

MVRDV News

MVRDV Architects News – latest additions to this page, chronological:

MVRDV completes Tianjin Binhai Public Library, China
Tianjin Binhai Library Building by MVRDV Architects
photo : Ossip van Duivenbode
Magasin 113 Gothenburg
This new building is a 33,700 sqm cultural centre featuring a luminous spherical auditorium around which floor-to-ceiling bookcases cascade. The undulating bookshelf is the building’s main spatial device, and is used both to frame the space and to create stairs, seating, the layered ceiling and even louvres on the façade.

2 Nov 2017
The Why Factory – Research, Education and Public Engagement – TU Delft + MVRDV

Location: SpazioFMG per l’Architettura, Milan, Italy
Dates: 8 Nov – 1 Dec 2017

SpazioFMG Milan The Why Factory exhibition in Italy 2017
photo : Frans Parthesius

Wednesday 8th November sees the opening at SpazioFMG per l’Architettura of a new exhibition presented by the Milan gallery in 2017:

The Why Factory Exhibition Milan

6 Sep 2017
Magasin 113, Gothenburg, Sweden
Design: MVRDV and BSK Arkitekter
Magasin 113
image : MVRDV

Magasin 113 Gothenburg
Vision for a former warehouse: transformation into a 16,500sqm mixed-use building located in Frihamnen RiverCity. It is one of the few remaining multi-story warehouses in this Swedish city. The cultural development with both private and public functions.

5 Sep 2017
Valley, CBD Zuidas, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Valley Towers by MVRDV at Amsterdam CBD Zuidas
picture : Vero Visuals
Valley Amsterdam CBD Zuidas
A 75,000m2, green-terraced, mixed-use building located on the Amsterdam’s Central Business District Zuidas. The design for OVG Real Estate was selected by the Municipality of Amsterdam in 2015. It will include apartments, offices, an underground parking, a sky bar and various retail and cultural facilities.

Aug 1, 2017
The Sax Tower, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The Sax, Rotterdam Tower by MVRDV
images courtesy of MVRDV and WAX Architectural Visualisations
The Sax in Rotterdam
Development partners BPD Bouwfonds Property Development, Ontwikkeling B.V. and SYNCHROON Ontwikkelaars in consultation with the municipality of Rotterdam, have been working since 2015 on the development of residential buildings Philadelphia & Havana.

15 Jun 2017
Ilot Queyries Mixed-Use Development, Bordeaux, France
Ilot Queyries
image : MVRDV
Ilot Queyries Mixed-Use Development by MVRDV
Designed to fully exploit this exceptional location, Ilot Queyries’ facades adapt to their opposite views towards the River Garonne and the historic city.

1 Dec 2016
Y House by MVRDV in Northeast Tainan, Taiwan
Y House by MVRDV in Northeast Tainan
image : MVRDV
Y House by MVRDV
A private villa offering escapism from city life and a sky-high rooftop swimming pool

10 Oct 2016
MVRDV win competition for Xili sports and cultural centre Shenzhen
Design: MVRDV with Zhubo Architecture Design
Xili Sports and Cultural Centre Shenzhen
image : MVRDV

Xili Sports and Cultural Centre Shenzhen by MVRDV
Chinese architectural competition win: The project will bring together a wide range of activities in this new experience centre with four distinct volumes and a total surface area of 105,000m2 including a theatre, a basketball and badminton arena, a multifunctional arena and a swimming pool, set to become ‘the’ social and well-being focal point of Shenzhen’s Dasha Green corridor.

13 Sep 2016
Hamburg Innovation Port Master Plan, Germany
Design: MVRDV with morePlatz
Hamburg Innovation Port Master Plan
image : MVRDV

Hamburg Innovation Port Master Plan
MVRDV wins the masterplan competition of Hamburg Innovation Port, a new 70.000m2 development in Channel Hamburg, the Hanse City’s southern high-tech hub. The project connects existing port typologies with urban dynamic and architectural diversity to realise a strong identity and innovation on the site. One existing hall is absorbed into the composition.

31 + 29 Aug 2016

Glasgow City Centre Regeneration Strategy, Scotland

Glasgow City Council launch the latest phase of a 10-year city centre regeneration strategy by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord.

Regeneration work will focus on nine districts: Anderston ; Broomielaw ; Centre ; Cowcaddens ; Merchant City and High Street ; Sauchiehall ; St Enoch ; Townhead ; University and Cathedral.

MVRDV have a worldwide reputation for freethinking, innovative design. Designs by these Dutch architects are often exuberant. It will be interesting to see how they can weave fresh ideas into this civic renewal.

Given the amount of public realm involved one might have expected input from practices such as Gehl Architects (Jan Gehl, architect and urban design consultant based in Copenhagen) or GROSS MAX (Edinburgh-based award-winning landscape architects with a reputation for work at the cutting edge of landscape design).

However Austin-Smith:Lord (offices across the UK) has a good pedigree in civic renewal. The Glasgow studio was responsible for the award-winning revitalised town centre public realm in Helensburgh.

Initial consultations for the Sauchiehall district outlined the need for an urban park over the M8 near Charing Cross, providing better cycle and pedestrian access.

The focus now switches to Broomielaw, Blythswood, Central and St. Enoch.

Stakeholders are invited to bring forward ideas and opinions to Winy Mass of MVRDV and Graham Ross of Austin-Smith:Lord.

Ref. news further down this page dated 3 + 2 May 2016 – Glasgow City Centre District Regeneration Frameworks

18 Jul 2016

MVRDV House – Our House in the Middle of the Street, Rotterdam, Netherlands
MVRDV House
photograph © Ossip van Duivenbode
MVRDV House Rotterdam
MVRDV has moved into the MVRDV House, their new offices in central Rotterdam, marking a new chapter for the expanding architectural practice. The new location, in the iconic post-war monument Het Industriegebouw, is situated in the heart of Rotterdam’s city centre and is moments away from the firm’s Markthal.

Tianjin Binhai Library, China
Tianjin Binhai Library
image from architect
Tianjin Binhai Library Building by MVRDV – 23 Jun 2016
MVRDV are nearing the completion of a library in Tianjin, China. The 34,200 m2 building forms part of the new Binhai Cultural Centre, the masterplan of which was designed by German architects GMP, and joins four other buildings through a series of ‘cultural corridors’.

3 + 2 May 2016

Glasgow City Centre District Regeneration Frameworks, Scotland

MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord to lead regeneration of Glasgow’s City Centre Districts

Glasgow Regeneration Masterplan

Glasgow City Centre District Regeneration Frameworks

Glasgow City Council have appointed a team led by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord, supported by Space Syntax and a multidisciplinary team, to embark on the design of District Regeneration Frameworks for four districts of Glasgow City Centre. These Regeneration Frameworks will look to create a clear urban structure to realise Glasgow’s economic, cultural and social potential.

Winy Maas of MVRDV said, “We have an incredibly exciting opportunity to further elaborate Glasgow centre’s potential on every scale. For the residents it is to make the city a vibrant and exciting place to live in at this moment. But we have to look ahead as well and create the plan for a city that can adapt and change in response to whatever the future throws at it; whilst at the same time capturing and developing the identity of the city and its people and further stimulating programmatic and economic development.”

Crystal Houses, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Crystal Houses
photography : Daria Scagliola & Stijn Brakkee
Crystal Houses Amsterdam – 20 Apr 2016
Flagship store with a replica façade made entirely out of glass: The glass doors of Crystal Houses has opened, a visionary exploration into reimagining the possible uses of glass in construction. The entirely transparent façade of a high-end flagship store on Amsterdam’s upmarket shopping street, PC Hooftstraat, uses glass bricks, glass windows frames and glass architraves in a way to evoke the vernacular of the area with the goal to maintain the character of the site.

The Stairs in Rotterdam from Stationsplein to top of Groot Handelsgebouw, Netherlands
The Stairs in Rotterdam
image : Frank van Dam/MVRDV
The Stairs in Rotterdam – 7 Apr 2016
The arrival of The Stairs follows the Rotterdam tradition of celebrating reconstruction milestones. Large cultural events often provide beautiful vantage points, such as the Euromast, which was built for the Floriade in 1960 and the cable cars on the Coolsingel for the reconstruction event C70.

Transformation of shopping centre Part-Dieu in Lyon, France
Part Dieu Shopping Centre
image from architect
Shopping Centre Part-Dieu in Lyon – 1 Mar 2016
Gérard Collomb, the Mayor of Lyon, has officially announced MVRDV’s transformation of Lyon’s large Part-Dieu shopping centre, the centre piece in a major renovation which includes the surrounding district.

La Grande Mosaïque, 600 hectare urban plan in Caen, Normandy
Caen Masterplan La Grande Mosaique
La Grande Mosaique in Caen – 8 Feb 2016
La Grande Mosaïque, MVRDV’s urban planning project in Caen, France, has been in development for two years and has already seen a series of projects under construction within the masterplan, with many more breaking ground in the coming years. The 600 hectare masterplan tackles the problems caused by the area’s heavy industry and rapid de-industrialisation, integrating the historic aspects of the site with the natural environment.

Tainan Urban Lagoon Transformation, Taiwan
Design: MVRDV / The Urbanist Collaborative / LLJ Architects
Tainan Urban Lagoon by MVRDV – 20 Nov 2015
The transformation of China-Town Mall and its perpendicular axis Haian Road, which together form the T-axis, aims to re-establish the waterfront connection and provide an important stimulus to the redevelopment of the neighbourhood by encouraging the use of public spaces and creating a cohesive urban language.

The Why Factory Publishes Research on Nanotechnology in Architecture
The Why Factory Research on Nanotechnology in Architecture
Rotterdam, November 16, 2015 – Is the end of brick and mortar near? How could nanotechnology change buildings and cities in the future? A speculation of The Why Factory on this topic is illustrated in the best tradition of science fiction in the newly published book Barba.

Book Mountain: Biography of a Building
Book Mountain Spijkenisse – Biography of a Building
Book Mountain Spijkenisse – 27 Nov 2013
On November 27th, the publication Book Mountain Spijkenisse – Biography of a Building will be presented. It is the second part in a new experimental series of books by MVRDV describing in a sizeable text the complex process of realising a building. Written in an accessible style by independent author Nicoline Baartman, the story follows the building, its context and the various protagonists: from the nimbi’s to the new-town whisperer, the good moments and the many difficulties. The book is available in Dutch and English in selected (online) book stores.

The Couch, Tennisclub IJburg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – 13 Nov 2013
WoZoCo apartments
image by architects
The Couch is a new club house for a young tennis club. Inside the building, the concrete construction is clad with fsc-certified wood, with the outside fully sealed with an epdm polymer hotspray in the same colour and texture as the clay tennis courts.

Urban Hybrid Emmen, near to Lucerne – architecture competition news – 12 Jul 2013
Urban Hybrid in Emmen
image from architects
The city of Emmen has announced that investment corporation Senn BPM AG together with MVRDV are the winners of the Feldbreite competition for a housing block with 95 homes of 16 different types. The urban hybrid development combines characteristics of city dwelling – central location, privacy, underground parking – with the characteristics of suburban life: gardens, multilevel living and a neighbourhood community. Construction is envisioned to start in 2015.

Gangnam Style – Chungha Building, Seoul, South Korea
Design: MVRDV
Chungha Building
photo : ShinkyoungSub

Gangnam Style Seoul – 12 Jun 2013
Just before a Korean pop-song became a global success on YouTube for the first time in history, and Gangnam became world famous as the nouveau riche hangout of the South-Korean capital Seoul, MVRDV was commissioned to redefine a building on Gangnam’s chic Apgujung Road. Even though the Chungha building was completed in the 1980s it was already outdated in a street dominated by flagship stores.

Madla Revheim Masterplan, Stavenger, Norway
Design: MVRDV + Space Group
Madla Revheim Masterplan Norway
image from architects

Madla Revheim Masterplan – 7 May 2013
Alongside three other teams, MVRDV and Space Group presented their proposal for a new masterplan for Madla-Revheim outside Stavanger, Norway this week. Madla-Revheim is the main development area outside Stavanger, for which MVRDV and Space Group were to implement 4000 housing units on the 780 acres site area, in addition to public programs and sports facilities.

Presqu’ile de Caen Redevelopment, north west France – exclusive to e-architect
Caen Masterplan La Grande Mosaique
image from architects
Caen Masterplan – 2 May 2013
La Grande Mosaique, MVRDV selected to transform 600ha former industry in Caen, Normandy. SPLA, the public development agency for the transformation of the Presqu’ile de Caen, has chosen MVRDV out of 3 competitors to transform the 600ha area consisting of former industry and ports. The MVRDV plan envisions the future of Caen Presqu’ile as a collection of gardens surrounded by intensified urban area. It envisions Caen as attractive city with a connection to the sea whilst interventions improve landscape, environment, mobility and connections. The project is planned to last ten years or longer.

Hongqiao Airport Central Business District, Shanghai, China
Hongqiao Airport Central Business District
image from architect
Hongqiao Airport Central Business District – 25 Apr 2013
Sincere Property, MVRDV and Aedas have started construction on a Central Business District at Shanghai’s mostly domestic airport Hongqiao. The 4.5ha site is located near Hongqiao Airport train station at the corner of Shenhai Express Way and Shenbin Road. The plan comprises ten office towers, an underground shopping centre, cultural program, parking and a sunken plaza which will bring a more intimate form of urban life into an area currently dominated by large boulevards and urban expressway’s. The project’s completion is planned for 2015.

Book Mountain – Spijkenisse Public Library, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Book Mountain Rotterdam
picture : Jeroen Musch
MVRDV Book Mountain – 28 Mar 2013 + 4 Oct 2012
An advertisement for reading : MVRDV completes Book Mountain and Library Quarter Spijkenisse. Today Spijkenisse Book Mountain and the adjacent residential neighbourhood will be opened by Prinses Laurentien of the Netherlands. Manifesting itself clearly as a mountain of books on the town’s market square, it is both an advertisement and an invitation for reading.

The Beam, Villeneuve d’Ascq, north east France
Villeneuve d’Ascq Masterplan
picture © MVRDV
Villeneuve d’Ascq Masterplan
MVRDV win Competition with ‘The Beam’, Marking the Urban Renewal of Villeneuve d’Ascq, France. Development corporation ADIM Nord with MVRDV and de Alzua+ have been announced the winners of an urban renewal competition in the French town of Villeneuve d’Ascq, beating four other entries. The masterplan for a crucial site in the town centre adjacent to an inner city motorway, is the starting point of a wider regeneration of the area’s public space. An iconic building, The Beam, will hover over the motorway signalling urban renewal and acting as visual reference point for the town’s centre.

MVRDV Glass Farm, Schijndel, Netherlands
MVRDV Glass Farm
picture © MVRDV
MVRDV Glass Farm – 17 Jan 2013
In 1944 the small Brabant town of Schijndel which is the birthplace of Winy Maas suffered from Operation Market Garden bombings resulting in an oversized market square. In 1980 the then 20 year old Winy Maas urged the mayor to fill in the gap.

DNB Bank Headquarters, Oslo, Norway – completion news
MVRDV
DNB Bank Headquarters
photo : Jiri Havran

DNB Bank Headquarters Oslo – 13 Dec 2012
The MVRDV designed main building has 17 unique floors and a surface of 36,500m2. The pixelated volume based on small-scale working units adapts to the various influences of the urban context, combining an efficient and flexible internal organisation with a variety of specific communal spaces such as the main entrance lobby, a transparent trading floor, a sheltered public passage, respect for urban view lines and collective terraces overlooking the fjord to the south.

MVRDV Teletech Campus Dijon wins ARSEG 2012 Award
Teletech Dijon
photo : Philippe Ruault
Teletech Campus Dijon – 11 Dec 2012
French Institution Arseg (Association des directeurs de l’environnement de travail) devoted to excellent working conditions has chosen the transformed former Mustard Laboratory Teletech Campus in Dijon for the annual Award in the category “Working Environment : Execution and Completion of a Real Estate Project”. MVRDV is extremely proud that a project exemplary for smart reuse has been chosen.

Peruri 88, Jakarta, Indonesia
Design: MVRDV / Jerde / Arup
Peruri 88 Indonesia Jakarta Tower Building
image from architects

Peruri 88 Indonesia – 19 Nov 2012
An international design team made up of MVRDV (overall design), The Jerde Partnership (commercial podium) and ARUP, together with developer Wijaya Karya – Benhil Property, have collaborated to create Peruri 88 – a new landmark icon for Jakarta. Peruri 88 will be a vertical city in one building combining Jakarta´s need for more green spaces with the need for densification. The tower is a 400m tall mixed-use project.

Recent MVRDV Buildings + Designs

Almere Floriade 2022, The Netherlands
Design: MVRDV
Almere Floriade 2022
picture © MVRDV

Almere Floriade 2022 – 6 Jul 2012
The City of Almere is one of the four Dutch cities left in the race for the prestigious horticultural Expo which takes place once every ten years in the Netherlands and is currently open in Venlo. The MVRDV plan for Almere is not a temporary expo site but a lasting green Cité Idéale as a green extension of the existing city centre.

Baltyk Tower, Poznań, Poland
Poznań Building
picture © MVRDV
Baltyk Tower – 18 Jun 2012
Investment corporation Sophia Sp. z.o.o and MVRDV present the Baltyk Tower, to be realised in the Polish city of Poznań. The office tower with a total surface of 25.000 m² will be located at Rondo Kaponiera at the Eastern entrance to the historic city and will feature retail and a panorama restaurant with a proposed one room hotel. Completion is scheduled for 2014.

11 May 2012

MVRDV Exhibition

MVRDV exhibition ’20’ opens in Hamburg, Germany

Today a small retrospective exhibition of MVRDV opened at byUSM in Hamburg. The exhibition is the prize given for being elected “A&W-Architect of the Year” by the readers and online users of Germany’s reputed magazine Architektur&Wohnen.

MVRDV Exhibition
picture © MVRDV
MVRDV Exhibition
picture © MVRDV

Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries yesterday accepted the award and opened the exhibition. It is an overview of 20 years of the work of MVRDV in quotes, models, images, books and films. A small installation features a variety of models that have not been exhibited before. The show is open until June 11th and part of the Hamburger Architektur Sommer, it is planned to travel.

18 Apr 2012

MVRDV ‘Architect of the Year’ Award

MVRDV receives A&W architect of the year award, Netherlands

Also, e-architect exclusively report that a retrospective exhibition is coming soon: it will show a timeline and models of 20 years of MVRDV. The award was rewarded by the readers of the magazine in a vote. The practice beat Snohetta and David Chipperfield Architects.

Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries – MVRDV:
Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries
picture © MVRDV

MVRDV has been voted architect of the year by the readers of German architecture and interior magazine A&W (Architektur & Wohnen). The readers appreciated the fact that “MVRDV has realised recognizable concepts and spectacular buildings.” The award will be handed over on May 11 in Hamburg after a laudation by Kristin Feireiss.

On May 11 a small retrospective exhibition titled “What’s Next?” opens as part of the Hamburg Architecture Summer at byUSM, Plan 6, Hamburg. The exhibition will be a time line of the office history and a city of models; most have never been exhibited before.

The Barcode House near Munich is one of the 3 realised MVRDV projects in Germany:
Barcode House
picture © MVRDV

Landscape architect Anouk Vogel receives the USM-Mentoring award for Architecture by A&W”. MVRDV has nominated Anouk Vogel who has realised a few highly inspiring poetic designs such as Cacticity.

Anouk Vogel receives USM Mentor Award
Anouk Vogel
picture © MVRDV
Cacticity by Anouk Vogel
Anouk Vogel
picture © MVRDV

 

Recent MVRDV Designs

Mirador Sanchinarro, Madrid, Spain
Architects: MVRDV / Blanca Lleó Associates
Mirador Building
photo : Rob’t Hart

Mirador Sanchinarro – 4 Jan 2012
Sanchinarro is a residential suburb on the north east edge of Madrid. Surrounded by highways, with views towards the Guadarrama Mountains. The building was developed as a reference point for the city extension and region at large, as a counterpoint against the massive uniformity of the surrounding blocks. The 22 level building acts as a frame for the distant landscape.

Bastide Niel, Bordeaux, France
Bastide Niel
picture © MVRDV
Bastide Niel – 12 Dec 2011
Master plan for Bastide Niel, a 35ha extension of Bordeaux’ city centre onto the right bank of Garonne River. The dense urban master plan will offer 3200 homes, offices and urban amenities, respect the existing fabric of the city and become one of the largest zero energy neighbourhoods in the world. The project Bastide Niel, with an envisioned urban program of up to 375.000m2 is regarded the most significant contemporary urban intervention in Bordeaux.

Twin Towers – The Cloud at Yongsan Dreamhub, Seoul, South Korea
Yongsan Residential Towers
image © MVRDV
Yongsan Masterplan Seoul – 8 Dec 2011

Alphabet Building, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Alphabet Building Amsterdam
picture © MVRDV
Alphabet Building by MVRDV – 20 May 2011
Amsterdam based project development corporation NIC started sale of the MVRDV designed Alphabet building. In Amsterdam small and mid-size creative companies have trouble finding suitable office space. The Alphabet building communicates through a clear exterior design which reveals on the East façade the house number and at the main façade its extension for each company, a letter of the alphabet.

MVRDV Building News 2010/11

Buildings / Designs, chronological:

China Comic and Animation Museum, Hangzhou, China
CCAM Hangzhou
image © MVRDV
China Comic and Animation Museum
Future Towers,
Pune, India
Future Towers Pune
picture © MVRDV
Future Towers
Pushed Slab, Paris, France
Pushed Slab Paris
image from MVRDV, architects
Pushed Slab

MVRDV Building News 2009

China Hills – Exhibition, Beijing Centre for the Arts, China
China Hills
image from MVRDV, architects
MVRDV : China Hills Exhibition
Rotterdam Market Hall
The Netherlands
Rotterdam Market Hall
image from architects
Rotterdam Market Hall
The Why Factory, Delft, The Netherlands
The Why Factory
photo © TU Delft
Why Factory Delft – MVRDV the Tribune
Shenzhen 4 in 1 Towers, China
Shenzhen Skyscrapers
image from MVRDV, architects
Shenzhen Skyscrapers
Balancing Barn, England
Balancing Barn
image from architects
Balancing Barn Suffolk

Key Older MVRDV Buildings

Gwanggyo City Centre Competition
near Seoul, Korea
Gwanggyo Competition
image from MVRDV, architects
Gwanggyo Competition
Celosia housing
Madrid, Spain
Celosia housing
photo from MVRDV, architects
MVRDV – Spanish Housing
Gemini Space – Frøsilos, Havnestad, Copenhagen, Denmark
with Jørgensen & Wolhfeldts
MVRDV building
picture © Adrian Welch
Gemini Housing : pair of former seed silos
WoZoCo housing
Amsterdam
The Netherlands
MVRDV Architecture
photograph © Adrian Welch
WoZoCo housing : famous Dutch building

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MVRDV Netherlands – Practice Information

MVRDV Architects – Background

1984-1990 – Technical University Delft, Faculty of Construction, Engineering, Departments of Architecture and Urban Design

1991 – Winy Maas co-founded MVRDV with Jacoiv van Rijs & Natalie de Vries – the ‘Office of Architecture and Urbanism’ in Rotterdam. He worked with Unesco and with OMA (Office of Metropolitan Architecture) in Rotterdam.

Winy Maas teaches and lectures at the Architectural Association, London, the Technical University, Delft, the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, and the Academies of Architecture and Urban Planning in Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

MVRDV

Architects office based in Rotterdam

Dutch design studio founded in 1990/91 after winning first prize in Berlin Europan Competition

Gemini Space Copenhagen, Denmark
Gemini building
photograph © adrian welch

MVRDV architect : Winy Maas

MVRDV : Dutch Design Studio

Almere Olympiakwartier

MVRDV Publications – Winy Maas Books

Farmax by Winy Maas
MVRDV at VPRO
MetaCity/DataTown

MVRDV Books

Contemporary Architects




Almere Buildings

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MVRDV houses
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