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Dordrecht Architecture : Buildings

Contemporary Developments in The Netherlands, Europe Built Environment

Dordrecht Buildings

Key Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Da Vinci College
Date built: 2007
Design: Mecanoo architecten
Da Vinci College Dordrecht
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Da Vinci College Dordrecht

Dordrecht floating homes : Architecture Competition winner, Feb 2008
Date design: 2008-
Design: BACA, Architects

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Architecture in The Netherlands

Contemporary Dutch Architecture

Netherlands Architecture Designs – chronological list

Dutch Architecture News

Amsterdam Architecture Walking Tours by e-architect

Dutch Buildings

Dutch Architecture – Selection

“WoZoCo” Housing for Elderly
Design: MVRDV
WoZoCo
photo © adrian welch
WoZoCo Amsterdam

Almere Masterplan
Design: Rem Koolhaas
Almere Masterplan
image courtesy of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Almere Masterplan

FiftyTwoDegrees
Design: Mecanoo architecten
Nijmegen building
photo © Christian Richters
FiftyTwoDegrees




Dordrecht hosts around 20 cultural and historical events and festivals each year.

This dutch city is known colloquially as Dordt, historically in English named Dort. It is a city and municipality in the western Netherlands, located in the province of South Holland. It is the fourth largest city of the province, having a population of around 118,000 in 2017.

Dordt in Stoom (literally: Dordt in steam) is the biggest steam event in Europe during which historical steam trains, steam boats etc. can be seen in action. It is organized every other year and attracts a quarter of a million visitors.

Attention is also paid to Dordrecht’s art and architecture during Kunstrondje Dordt (literally: Little art circle Dordt) and Dordt Monumenteel (Dordt Monumental), which attracts around 100,000 visitors every year.

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