// arthitectural / the netherlands
  • Transfer Zone Arnhem comprises a coherent plan for the station area. The expansion generates 80.000 square metres of office space, 11.000 square metres of shops, 150 housing units, a new station hall, a fourth railway platform, a railway underpass, a car tunnel, storage for 5.000 bicycles and a garage for 1.000 cars. Bus terminal and […]


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  • The original house is built in the 1970′s and the previous owner didn’t do any maintenance at all. The house was neglected for years. We have designed a new plan for a major transformation. The existing house will undertake a thoroughly renovation. The existing house contains of a main volume in combination with an extension on […]


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The library, which houses 42 million books, was intended, in addition to being a place where people could work in a concentrated manner, to also become the intellectual social center for the suburban university campus, where students and others can come to study and meet at all times of the day. The 40 meter tall […]


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