Residential tower ‘De Verkenner’ in the typical post-war reconstruction district Kanaleneiland, Utrecht. The 50-m-tall building, with a mixed programme of housing, acts as a gatekeeper. The ‘slow-made’ concrete facade with its poetry artwork gives a unique identy to the building.
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Design: Stefano Boeri Architetti and MVSA Architects
The Wonderwoods plan comprises two towers, 90m and 70m in height, that will be used for living, working, relaxing and entertainment. The highest tower is on the Croeselaan.
The Schroeder House by architect Gerrit Rietveld is commemorated on the occasion of De Stijl’s centennial. This architecture competition aims to create a new version.
Design: cepezed, architects
The Station district in Utrecht has been undergoing a real metamorphosis since some years. Between all the new buildings, conversions and renovations, the Moreelsebrug has also been realized recently.
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Design: DELVA Landscape Architects, Studioninedots and Skonk
People are searching for neighborhoods that have their own character and also allow for the possibility to have a say in how their surroundings further grow and develop. Furthermore the future is unpredictable.
Design: Zecc Architecten
In the rural area north of Utrecht a compact recreation house has been realized. The house is constructed in wood and opens its façade with window shutters towards the green garden.
Design: Mecanoo architecten
The redevelopment of the Soestijk estate has a social purpose in creating a more sustainable society. An educative journey will touch all the visitors’ senses, triggering them to become more aware and conscious of the earth’s fragility.
Pandora by NL Architects at The TivoliVredenburg, a contemporary music complex located in Utrecht. The venue consists of five halls designed acoustically for a specific music genre.
Architects: Rolf Bruggink in collaboration with Niek Wagemans
What is truly individual about this home is that all the materials used to carry out this conversion originated from a demolished office building that was situated next to the coach house.
Design: Serge Schoemaker Architects
This design joins the three existing rooms at the rear of the first floor to create one big kitchen cum living area that opens onto a generously sized, sun-drenched roof terrace.
Design: Zecc Architects
An old Catholic church is transformed into one spatial residence. The character of the small church is retaind and where possible reinforced.