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Dutch Architecture Information – Built Environment in Holland
post updated 8 Sep 2020
Dutch Capital Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs in Holland, alphabetical:
Amsterdam Architecture Designs – chronological list
Amsterdam Architecture Designs
Amsterdam Architecture Walking Tours
Amsterdam Iconic Pedestrian Bridge
Amsterdam International Golf Club
Amsterdam Pedestrian Bridge Design
Amsterdam UMC Imaging Center Building
Amsterdam University College Building
The Pearl Café on Westerstraat
European HQ for Calvin Klein & Tommy Hilfiger
HofmanDujardin Offices Amsterdam
ING Cedar Bank HQ in Cumulus Park
Jonas Kavel 42A IJburg Building
JS Bach Chamber Music Pavilion
Karavaan Restaurant in Kwakersplein
Masterplan Marktkwartier Amsterdam
Nhow Amsterdam RAI Hotel Building
Noorderpark Amsterdam North Installations
REBEL A10-Kop Zuidas Amsterdam
Signal Energy and Telecom Building
The Traveller Culinary Pavilion
Valley Towers at Amsterdam CBD Zuidas
VVIP Terminal at Schiphol Airport
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amsterdam Building Designs
Major New Dutch Buildings
Café de Parel building interior designed by Ninetynine:
photo : Ewout Huibers
Café de Parel was originally a typical Amsterdam ‘brown bar’ with an old-fashioned dark interior and low lighting. The traditional stained-glass windows and monumental tile tableaus create the perfect setting for the new Parel.
Masterplan Marktkwartierbuilding designed by architects Mecanoo:
image : GVd Werff, Bank Amsterdam and Mecanoo
The Masterplan Marktkwartier Amsterdam will be a neighbourhood for all Amsterdammers; families, singles, students and seniors will be accommodated in a varied residential programme of around 1700 units.
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Blauwe Theehuis, Vondelpark – Blue Tea House, Vondelpark 5, building renewal designed by Dutch architects practice Studio Modijefsky
photograph : Maarten Willemsteinn
The ‘Blue Tea House’ is a 1930s Modernist pavilion in the most well-known park in Amsterdam: the Vondelpark.
HofmanDujardin Office Villa, Verrijn Stuartweg 34, Diemen, building designed by Dutch architects practice HofmanDujardin:
photograph : Matthijs van Roon
The design team conducted a collaborative ‘in-house’ design project to create this architectural intervention inside an old warehouse. The space energised the team, inspired visitors and proved that an office can be much more than just a place to work.
Amsterdam is the capital city of The Netherlands. It is known for its artistic heritage, pretty city centre canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. The Dutch capital is also famous for its positive promotion of cycling, with bikes everywhere.
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