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post updated 15 Mar 2020

Den Haag Building Developments

Dutch Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Den Haag Architecture Designs – chronological list

ADO Football Stadium

Anna van Buerenplein Tower

AvB Tower

Baljurk Den Haag

BarentsKrans

Dance & Music Centre The Hague

Dance & Music Centre Competition The Hague

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Duivenvoorde Castle Pavilion

Eurojust building

Fig Tree House Vogelwijk

Internationaal Dans en Muziek Centrum

Hof van Duivenvoorde, Courtyard Building

HS Kwartier Den Haag, Laakhavens

Koningin Julianaplein

Lightrailstation Den Haag

Moerwijk Housing

NATO Communications and Information Agency Den Haag

Netherlands Forensic Institute

Penthouses Nautilus

Randstad Rail Station

Reygate Building Den Haag

Townhouse on Sumatrastraat

Villa Dali

ZIP2516, Binckhorstlaan

Location: Den Haag, The Netherlands, northern Europe

Dutch Architecture Developments

Dutch Architectural Projects

The Grace Towers by award-winning Dutch Architects practice Mecanoo architecten, based in Delft:
The Grace Towers in The Hague - Den Haag developments
image from architecture office
The Grace Towers in the Hague

HS Kwartier, adjacent Hollands Spoor station, Laakhavens, The Hague
Design: KCAP Architects&Planners
HS Kwartier Den Haag buildings
visuals © KCAP and WAX / © KCAP

HS Kwartier Den Haag

Fig Tree Housee, Lindestraat 21, Vogelwijk
Design: Bloot Architecture
Fig Tree House Vogelwijk The Hague home
photograph : Christian van der Kooy

New House in Vogelwijk

Dutch Architecture

Dutch Architects

E-line Station in the Hague

Queen Juliana Square Development in the Hague

The Hague is a city on the North Sea coast of the western Netherlands. Its Gothic-style Binnenhof (or Inner Court) complex is the seat of the Dutch parliament, and 16th-century Noordeinde Palace is the king’s workplace. The city is also home to the U.N.’s International Court of Justice, headquartered in the Peace Palace, and the International Criminal Court.

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