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16 Apr 2019
The Grace Towers
Architects: Mecanoo architecten, Delft
The Grace Towers in The Hague
image from architecture office

The Grace Towers in the Hague
To meet the city’s population growth challenge, the municipality is encouraging inner-city densification within the Central Innovation District (CID), a triangular area bound by the city’s three train stations.

13 Mar 2019
HS Kwartier Den Haag, Laakhavens

12 Dec 2018
Fig Tree House Vogelwijk

3 Dec 2018
Socio-Technical City of the Future
Architects: UNStudio
Socio Technical City of the Future-in the Hague
rendering from architects

Socio-Technical City of the Future in The Hague
The CID test site covers a 1 x 1 km area in the centre of The Hague; currently a major infrastructure hub within the triangle of the Hague Central Station and two nearby stations, but in the future vision of the Socio-Technical City it becomes a green, self-sufficient double-layered district, where a new urban layer of housing, offices, urban mobility and park-like public space is composed over the existing train track infrastructure.

5 Feb 2018
Rijnstraat 8
Design: OMA
The architects have converted a building, completed only in 1992, which was a keystone for an administration hub grew near the city’s central railway station. They have pared back a brilliantly conceived but cluttered structure and creating a platform for a more flexible bureaucracy.

23 Nov 2017
Architects: Mecanoo
Eurojust Den Haag
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Eurojust Den Haag
Eurojust is the EU-judicial cooperation unit dealing with cross-border crime. The new headquarters for Eurojust in the International Zone of The Hague were developed together with the Central Government Real Estate Agency, the Ministry of Justice and Security and the municipality. The twelve-storey building has more than four hundred workplaces and accommodates the national representatives of the EU Member States and three non-EU countries, supported by an administrative department.

19 Sep 2017
Townhouse in The Hague
Design: Bláha Architecture + Design
Townhouse on Sumatrastraat, Den Haag
photography: Maurice Mikkers

Townhouse on Sumatrastraat
For its latest project, emerging Dutch practice Bláha Architecture + Design has completed a four-storey designed-to-rent townhouse in the city of The Hague, the Netherlands. The project was commissioned in 2014 by a private client that wanted to redevelop an existing property for investment purposes. 334 Sumatrastraat is located on a typical nineteenth century street of middle class housing in the historical neighbourhood of Archipel in the centre of The Hague.

17 Apr 2017
ZIP2516, The Binckhorst
Design: Studio Komma / The Men of Foam
ZIP2516, Binckhorst
image © images Studio Komma / The Men of Foam

ZIP2516, Binckhorstlaan, Den Haag
The Dutch architectural firm Studio Komma, in close collaboration with concept-developer The Men of Foam, is the winner of the ‘’Kavel 2 ‘Urban Lab’ Challenge’’ in The Hague, The Netherlands.

6 Oct 2016
NCIA Building
Design: MVSA Architects
NATO Communications and Information Agency Den Haag
image © MVSA Architects

NATO Communications and Information Agency Den Haag

30 Sep 2016
Lightrailstation Den Haag
Design: Architekturbüro ZJA Zwarts & Jansma Architects / Knippers Helbig Advanced Engineering
Lightrailstation Den Haag
exterior image: Pietro Savorellit

Lightrailstation Den Haag

20 Sep 2016
Voorlinden Museum Building, Wassenaar, province of South Holland
Design: Kraaijvanger Architects with Arup
Museum Voorlinden Building in Wassenaar
exterior image: Pietro Savorellit

Voorlinden Museum Building

18 Aug 2016
E-line Station in the Hague
Design: Zwarts & Jansma Architects ZJA
E-Line Station
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E-line Station Den Haag
The new departure station E-line The Hague (HSE) is set to open. After a construction period of less than two years, the first metros will depart from the new station. The showpiece of the station is the canopy of the platforms, which consists of curved glass and steel.

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Location: Den Haag, the Netherlands

Architecture in Den Haag

Den Haag Architectural Designs – chronological list

Dutch Architects

Holland Buildings
Villa 1
photograph : Bas Princen

Dutch architects – UN Studio, fomerly Van Berkel & Bos Architectuurbureau

Den Haag Building Designs

Anna van Buerenplein Tower – 24 Dec 2012
Design: Wiel Arets Architects
Anna van Buerenplein Tower Den Haag
photo : Jan Bitter

Moerwijkg Housing – 4 Sep 2012
Design: Atelier Kempe Thill
Zilverzijde Moerwijkg
photo copyright Ulrich Schwarz, Berlin

Eurojust Building in The Hague – 21 Mar 2012
Design: Mecanoo / Haskoning
Eurojust Building The Hague
image from architect

Baljurk Den Haag
Design: Eric Vreedenburgh – Archipelontwerpers
Baljurk Den Haag
photo from architects

Internationaal Dans en Muziek Centrum Den Haag
Design: Neuteling Riedijk Architects
Internationaal Dans en Muziek Centrum Den Haag
picture © Neutelings Riedijk Architecten

Football Stadium ADO Den Haag
Design: Zwarts & Jansma Architects
ADO Den Haag
photo : Rob ‘t Hart

Koningin Julianaplein
Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Koningin Julianaplein Den Haag
image courtesy of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

Penthouses Nautilus Den Haag
Eric Vreedenburgh – Archipelontwerpers
Penthouses Nautilus Den Haag
photo from architects

Netherlands Forensic Institute
Claus en Kaan Architecten
Netherlands Forensic Institute The Hague
photograph : Christian Richters

Dutch architects – Mecanoo

Netherlands architecture – Neutelings Riedijk Architecten Building

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