Wingender Hovenier, Amsterdam Architects, Design Studio Holland, Building, Projects, Office
Wingender Hovenier Architects
Contemporary Dutch Architect Practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Wingender Hovenier – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Wingender Hovenier, alphabetical:
De Loodsen building, Oostelijke Handelskade, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Date built: 2007
Jan van Galenstraat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Date built: 2007
More design projects by Wingender Hovenier online soon
Location: BV 18b Obiplein, 1094 RB, Amsterdam, Holland, north western Europe
Architecture Practice Information
Architect studio based in Amsterdam, Holland
This Dutch architecture practice has since retiled to Office Winhov B.V.
Address: Obiplein 18-B, 1094 RB Amsterdam, Netherlands
Phone: +31 20 684 4446
According to this Amsterdam architects practice,
“Loving the ordinary
Buildings are more than singular objects; they are part of the urban environment they shape – Like a street, a district, a community. Buildings accommodate the people who use them intensively. Today, tomorrow, every day – and every year. That is why we need buildings that stand the test of time.
Buildings that stay relevant thanks to their solidity, usability and durability. In that way, they are embedded in our complex, ever changing urban environment. Trends may come and go, but we love the long lasting power of the ordinary. The everyday is here to stay.”
PARTNERS: Uri Gilad, Jan Peter Wingender, Joost Hovenier (1963-2016)
TEAM: Office management/Architect 0 Henk Tiegelaar
Amsterdam Building Designs
Major New Dutch Buildings – selection below:
photo © Capital C Amsterdam
Diamond Exchange, Capital C Amsterdam
The Diamond Exchange, Capital C Amsterdam in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has been awarded with a prestigious MIPIM Award 2020 for ‘Best Refurbished Building’ at the Paris Real Estate Week. The historical building, designated as a national monument, has undergone a major renovation designed by the architectural office ZJA in collaboration with Heyligers design + projects.
Café de Parel
Interior Design: Ninetynine
photograph : Ewout Huibers
The Pearl Café on Westerstraat
Café de Parel was originally a typical Amsterdam ‘brown bar’ with an old-fashioned dark interior and low lighting. The traditional stained-glass windows and monumental tile tableaus create the perfect setting for the new Parel.
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