Den Haag Bicycle Parking Garage under the Koningin Julianaplein by Silo with Studio Marsman: the world’s second-largest bicycle parking garage features back-lit mural of Escher-like tesselations honouring the city’s eclectic architecture.
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Park Hoog Oostduin Den Haag Apartments design by cepezed Architects in green surroundings: transformation of former Shell office in the stately Benoordenhout district. The 1968 building design was by H.E. Oud.
HS Kwartier Den Haag, Central Innovation District design by KCAP, former industrial and port area of Laakhavens transformed into attractive area for living and working.
Fig Tree House, Vogelwijk property design by Bloot Architecture, The Netherlands, a minimalist home extension contrasts sharply with the expressive Dutch brick architecture of a 1927’s house, exposing the ‘hidden’ qualities.
Dutch architecture studio 70F architecture designed a visitors center that ‘lives’. Duivenvoordes Courtyard has 9 movable facade parts that open up the building in the morning and close it at night.
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Emerging Dutch architecture practice Bláha Architecture + Design have recently completed a house renovation in The Hague, the Netherlands, and we would like you to consider it for publication. It is the first of a number of exciting projects we are due to complete in the coming months.
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Design: Studio Komma / The Men of Foam
Winner of the ‘’Kavel 2 ‘Urban Lab’ Challenge’’ in The Hague, The Netherlands: an iconic building to accelerate transformation of an industrial area into a new energetic urban district.
Design: MVSA Architects. Based on a Design & Construct contract, 11.000 sqm of new office space and renovate 13.500 sqm. MVSA is part of the consortium and is responsible for the exterior and interior.
Design: Architekturbüro ZJA Zwarts & Jansma Architects / Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering – slick new departure station at The Hague Central Station for the E-Line, the fast light rail link between Rotterdam and The Hague.
Football stadium ADO, Den Haag Building, Dutch Sports Project, Photo, Architecture Design Football stadium ADO Den Haag Sports Development in Den Haag, The Netherlands – design by Zwarts & Jansma page updated 5 Sep 2016 Football stadium ADO Location: The Hague Date built: 2004 Design: Zwarts & Jansma Architects Undulating roof landscape of gleaming aluminium…
New home for famous law firm in The Hague, the Netherlands
A successful collaboration between the renowned law and notary firm BarentsKrants and the Amsterdam firm Hofman Dujardin Architects has resulted in a remarkable building renovation in The Hague.
Anna van Buerenplein Tower Den Haag, Fortress Projectontwikkeling BV, The Hague, AvB Design Anna van Buerenplein Tower : Den Haag Building AvB Tower Development in The Hague, Holland – design by Wiel Arets Architects 10 Sep 2013 AvB Tower Den Haag, The Netherlands Design: Wiel Arets Architects WAA complete the AvB Tower in The Hague,…
Anna van Buerenplein Tower Den Haag, Fortress Projectontwikkeling BV, The Hague, AvB Design AvB Tower : Den Haag Building AvB Tower Development in The Hague, Holland – design by Wiel Arets Architects (WAA) 26 Jul 2013 AvB Tower in The Hague Den Haag, The Netherlands Design: Wiel Arets Architects WAA progress construction on the AvB…
New development for Royal Conservatory / Dutch Dance Theatre / Residential Orchestra, with a 1500 seat Concert Hall, a 1100 seat Opera / Dance Hall, and a 700 seat Ensemble Hall, educational spaces, studios, foyers, logistical spaces, parking.
In 2006, Atelier Kempe Thill is commissioned to design Block 10 in the Moerwijk neighborhood of The Hague with eighty-eight apartments and twenty-seven terraced houses as the result of a negotiation procedure by Vestia, the largest building corporation in the Netherlands.