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24 Feb 2017
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Moreelsebrug Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands
photos © Jannes Linders cepezed
Moreelsebrug Utrecht by cepezed
The Station district in Utrecht has been undergoing a real metamorphosis since some years. Between all the new buildings, conversions and renovations, the Moreelsebrug has also been realized recently.
16 Feb 2017
City Hall Leiden, South Holland, The Netherlands
The team of cepezed and cepezedinterieur is selected for the final round of the large-scale renovation of the Leiden town hall. In total, the municipality received 41 submissions, from which three agencies were selected for the next selection phase. The winner will be designated in June.
“We are very pleased with the great interest of architects in the renovation of the town hall. The architects were of a very high level. […] The city hall must be both a place where Leiden citizens like to visit and a fun and healthy place to work. In addition, we want our city hall to be an inspiring example of a sustainable building”, said Alderwoman Damen of finance.
source : City Hall Leiden by cepezed
15 Feb 2017
Oostduinlaan 75, The Hague, The Netherlands
On February 16th KIVI will host an excursion to the transformation project Oostduinlaan 75 in The Hague, designed by cepezed and currently under construction. KIVI (The Royal Netherlands Society of Engineers) is the largest professional association of engineers in the Netherlands and offers its members a community that shares specific and multidisciplinary knowledge; among others by lectures, debates, congresses and excursions.
source : Oostduinlaan 75 Den Haag 75 by cepezed
Temporary Courthouse in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
photo : Jannes Linder
Temporary Courthouse Amsterdam – 2 Dec 2016
Recently Building G of the Amsterdam temporary courthouse was completed and taken into use. The interim-building is realized on the premises of the Parnas-complex on the Parnassusweg. Together with the existing towers E and F hereof, it forms the temporary courthouse as a whole. Over the coming five years, the larger part of the jurisdiction will take place in the new building. During this time, it also functions as the main entrance of the court complex. In the meantime the other existing buildings will be replaced by a new permanent housing.
The temporary courthouse building shows a straightforward design with a restrained colour scheme and sophisticated detailing. The facades have an austere horizontal articulation of strip windows and dark tinted parapets with a cladding of stretched synthetic fabric.
Brussels Environment Agency New Headquarters, Belgium
Design: architectenbureau cepezed with Philippe Samyn and Partners
photo : Leon van Woerkom
Brussels Environment Agency Headquarters – 21 Oct 2016
Europe’s Largest Passive Office Building – The powerful, easily recognizable design of the new building acts an icon to mark the launch of this new sustainable neighbourhood programme.
With its bulging dark roof the building was quickly nicknamed “the toaster”. It showcases all the latest technology in terms of energy efficiency.
These new offices are built around a central atrium that spans seven storeys high under a bulging, transparent roof that ensures constant natural lighting. Whereas the external aluminium cladding of the building is black to absorb the sunlight walking through the main entrance you are struck by the light, airy, spacious atmosphere of the main atrium which feels like a giant greenhouse.
Mies van der Rohe 2017 Award Nominations – KWR Watercycle Research Institute, Nieuwegein, Netherlands
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cepezed, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Address: Ezelsveldlaan 61, 2611 RV Delft, Netherlands
Phone: +31 15 215 0000
This Dutch architecture firm is an award-winning spatial design specialist. Assignments address the challenges of town-planning, industry, architecture in interior design.
The company represents knowledge, skill and a stimulating no-nonsense mentality. Combining conceptual skills, contemporary solutions for contemporary problems and ingenious creativity, results are disarmingly sober and inimitably intelligible.
Aesthetics and functionality are logically linked. At this Dutch design practice, projects are designed as monuments of function for people, not monuments of thanks to an architect.
The firm is skilled at managing the complexity behind simplicity. It uses an integral design method with multiple material use in which various aspects such as spatial design, construction and installation techniques are forged into an indivisible whole.
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