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July 5, 2021
70F Architecture Shortlisted at WAFX 2021 Awards
World Architecture Festival Awards ‘Infrastructure – Future Project’ Category:
– RePlant – the inclusive Waste-To-Energy plant and recycling park concept
12 Dec 2018
70F architecture wins World Architecture Festival X-award 2018
Dutch architecture studio 70F architecture won the WAFX-award 2018. Solar panels above the highway was chosen as best project in the ‘Climate, Energy and Carbon’ category. The award was presented at the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam on Thursday the 29th of November.
Solar panels above the highway by Dutch architecture studio 70F architecture, winner of the WAFX-award 2018:
image courtesy of 70F Architecture
Solar panels above the highway offers an alternative for solar panel fields that take over valuable land in densely populated areas. At the end of 2018 NUON/Vattenfall adopted the concept that was developed already in 2015, and became the principle client.
Except for the double use of the land that infrastructure takes up in general, the concept offers a substantial noise reduction (-18dB) to its surroundings and shows how sustainability can be beautiful as well. The first execution is planned above the A6 highway in Almere, at the future International Horticultural Expo ‘Floriade’.
The WAFX award is awarded to future projects that identify key ecological and societal challenges which architects are actively seeking to address over the next ten years. These challenges span diverse topic areas including climate change, energy saving and carbon emissions, water wastage and shortage, ageing populations and health issues, reusable materials, smart cities, building technology, cultural identity, ethics and power and justice. Bas ten Brinke, architect and owner of 70F architecture, was present to accept the award.
The project is an example of disruptive innovation combined with design and offers a versatile solution for a topical large scale problem.
About the award: https://www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/wafx-press-release
30 Jun 2018
Hof van Duivenvoorde Shortlisted at World Architecture Festival 2018 Awards
Hof van Duivenvoorde is one of 536 shortlisted entries across 81 countries:
World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Shortlist
2 Mar 2018
Hof van Duivenvoorde, just west of Voorschoten, east of Den Haag, The Netherlands
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Hof van Duivenvoorde
This Dutch visitors center is a ‘living’ building. Hof van Duivenvoorde (Duivenvoordes Courtyard) has nine movable facade parts that open up the building in the morning and close it at night.
26 Jun 2017
Le Ville di Trevinano Earth Sheltered Boutique Resort, Tuscany, Italy
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Le Ville di Trevinano Earth Sheltered Boutique Resort by 70F Architecture
70F architecture and Le Ville di Trevinano will soon start the build of an earth-sheltered boutique resort in one of Italy’s most beautiful areas. Underground building has not only energetic but also aesthetic benefits; the resort is hardly noticeable from the overlying hills.
19 Jun 2012
Stamerbos 34, The Netherlands
Stamerbos 34 was nominated for the Architecture Award Almere.
Stamerbos 34 is genomineerd voor de Architectuur Prijs Almere.
70F – Key Projects
Major Projects by 70F Architects, alphabetical:
Petting farm, Almere, The Netherlands
photo : Luuk Kramer
70F Architecture – Petting farm Almere
After the nomination for the World Architecture Festival 2009 in Barcelona, and the second price in the SAIE Selection awards 2010 in Bologna, the petting farm in the Den Uyl park (Almere, the Netherlands), designed by 70F architecture, was recently nominated for the 2010 Almere Architecture Award.
Sheep stable, Almere, The Netherlands
photograph : Luuk Kramer
Sheep Stable Almere
The city of Almere has a sheep population of about 80 sheep. The sheep are mobilized to keep the powerful weed “acanthus” or “bears-breech” that grows in the “vroege vogel” – forest and “kromsloot” – park in Almere under control. To centralize and house this population, a sheep stable was needed. The stable is designed with an a-symmetrical homogeneous cross-section.
More projects by 70F Architecture online soon
Location: Stamerbos 34, 1358 EP Almere, The Netherlands, western Europe
Almere Architects Practice Information
70F architecture – interior design – design based in Almere, The Netherlands
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