Contemporary Amsterdam Building Photos, Project, Design Property Information, Location, Images
Contemporary Building in Amsterdam
New Architectural Development in The Netherlands: Modern Architecture in Holland
post updated 2 Apr 2021
Contemporary Building in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Located just northeast of city centre, close to the docks in a semi-industrial area north of the Silodam.
New Dutch building north of Ibis Hotel / Central Station:
Simple brick cladding of a medium-sized building on the edge of the old port area, using bands of windows (Le Corbusier – fenêtre en longueur) with some expressed, popping out of the building.
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, western Europe
Major New Dutch Buildings
Amsterdam Architectural Designs : links
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photo © Capital C Amsterdam
Diamond Exchange, Capital C Amsterdam
The Diamond Exchange, Capital C Amsterdam in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has been awarded with a prestigious MIPIM Award 2020 for ‘Best Refurbished Building’ at the Paris Real Estate Week. The historical building, designated as a national monument, has undergone a major renovation designed by the architectural office ZJA in collaboration with Heyligers design + projects.
Zaanstad Sports Centre
photograph : Daan Dijkmeijer
Zaanstad Sports Centre
The city of Zaanstad in The Netherlands does have high ambitions in the field of sports. Playing sports should be possible for people of all ages, cultures and religions.
Amsterdam Architecture – contemporary building information
photograph © Adrian Welch
Amsterdam Buildings – historic building information
photo © Adrian Welch
Amsterdam has a rich architectural history. The oldest building in Amsterdam is the Oude Kerk (Old Church), at the heart of the Wallen, consecrated in 1306.
The oldest wooden building is het Houten Huys at the Begijnhof. It was constructed around 1425 and is one of only two existing wooden buildings. It is also one of the few examples of Gothic architecture in Amsterdam. In the 16th century, wooden buildings were razed and replaced with brick ones.
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