Lebkov & Sons Cafe in Amsterdam

Lebkov & Sons Café in Amsterdam

This cafe is not home or the workplace, but a kind of special ‘third place’ located somewhere between public and domestic. This is the idea Studio Akkerhuis developed together with the owner of Lebkov & Sons for their new brand identity.

Jonas Kavel 42A IJburg Building in Amsterdam

Amsterdam Architecture News, Dutch Buildings

Amsterdam architectural news – Orange Architects win tender for Plot 42A, IJburg, with an innovative residential building. It will attain highest level of sustainability: BREEAM Outstanding ; Kleiburg: Amsterdam Apartment Building by NL architects and XVW architectuur – Mies van der Rohe 2017 Awards winners

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Amsterdam Architecture Tours

Amsterdam architectural tours focus on historical buildings, contemporary buildings or a mix of both. Visit the winner of the Mies van der Rohe 2017 Awards and see designs by OMA, Kurokawa, Rietveld, van Eyck, MVRDV, Mecanoo and Renzo Piano. All guided architecture tours are tailored to a group’s interests.

REBEL A10-Kop Zuidas Amsterdam building design

REBEL A10-Kop Zuidas Amsterdam Building

REBEL A10-Kop Zuidas Amsterdam, a bold, flexible and sustainable design, a smart framework enables spatial flexibility for a mixed-use building by Synchroon, Studioninedots, DELVA Landscape Architects, Skonk, Techniplan and Eigen Haard.

IJbaan Cable Car by UNStudio in Amsterdam

IJbaan Cable Car by UNStudio in Amsterdam

The IJbaan is a grassroots “Amsterdammer” citizens’ initiative, snowballing from a crowdfunding campaign led by Bas Dekker and Willem Wessels started in 2015 and now supported by the Municipality of Amsterdam. Its goal is to create a new connection across the IJ by the 750th anniversary of Amsterdam in 2025.

Superlofts Housing in Amsterdam

Superlofts Housing in Amsterdam

Marc Koehler Architects’ design taps into the open building movement, Superlofts offers its residents the freedom to design and/or self-build their homes from scratch incorporating any hybrid function, and co-create the shared spaces as a community.

Van Der Valk Hotel

Van der Valk Hotel in Amsterdam

Designed by Wiel Arets Architects the hotel occupies a long-empty, triangular shaped site, which has informed its volume. The parking garage occupies the first four floors, utilizing the maximum possible floor area and extending to the site’s borders.