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Utrecht Developments

Dutch Architectural Projects – Netherlands Architecture – Built Environment

Utrecht Developments

Holland Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Utrecht Architecture Designs – chronological list

Anansi Playground Building
Anne Frank School
Bemmelenlaan House
Chapel of Living in Utrecht
Culture Centre Utrecht
Divinatio restaurant
Educational Facility at the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht
Educatorium Utrecht
Hogeschool Utrecht
House of Rolf in Utrecht
IPMMC Office
Jaarbeurs Utrecht Building
Light Installation Utrecht
Medical Faculty University Utrecht
Minnaert Building
Moreelsebrug Utrecht
NS Stations Headquarters
One under Three Roof House in Zeist
P+R De Uithof Utrecht
P&R Hooggelegen Utrecht
PGGM Headquarters Building
Prins Clausbrug
Sport Campus Leidsche Rijn
Terrace Apartment in Woerden
The Wall Utrecht
Tivoli Vredenburg Building
Turnzaal Nieuw Welgelegen
Utrecht Architecture
Utrecht Buildings
Utrecht University Library

We intend to add more architectural projects in this Dutch city online soon


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Dutch Architects – design offices

Dutch Architecture – key buildings

This is the index page for architectural projects in this Dutch city on the e-architect website

This is the capital and most populous city in the Dutch province of Utrecht. It is located in the eastern corner of the Randstad conurbation, and is the fourth largest city of the Netherlands with a population of 327,834 on 1 November 2013.

Utrecht’s ancient city centre features many buildings and structures from the Early Middle Ages. It has been the religious centre of the Netherlands since the 8th century. Currently it is the see of the Archbishop of Utrecht, the most important Dutch Roman Catholic leader. The city is also the see of the archbishop of the Old Catholic church, titular head of the Union of Utrecht (Old Catholic), and the location of the offices of the main Protestant church. Until the Dutch Golden Age, Utrecht was the most important city of the Netherlands; then, Amsterdam became its cultural centre and most populous city.
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