// arthitectural / Netherlands
  • The Kunstcluster (Art Cluster) is a landmark of the town centre of Nieuwegein, which is to be redeveloped over the next few years. A new town hall is to be built, with shops, homes and offices above ground, and under­ground parking. The site of the Kunstcluster consists of two conjoined blocks: the theatre with arts […]


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  • How can we bring life to the ‘urban desert’? The Green, Definition: The green, or putting green, is the culmination of a golf hole, where the flagstick and hole are located. Getting the golf ball into the hole on the putting green is the object of the game of golf. Building production in the Netherlands has […]


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Transformation of museum to house The former Kralings Museum at the Hoflaan has been transformed starting in 2010 into a luxury apartment building. The building contains three apartments with a communal entrance and an elevator that offers access to the upper floors. The Casa K project involves the street level apartment which consists of two […]


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