DKV Architecten – Rotterdam Architects

DKV Architecten, Rotterdam Architectenbureau, Dutch Architects Firm, Design Studio Netherlands

DKV Architecten : Architecture

Contemporary Dutch Architecture Practice, Europe Design Studio

page updated 18 Aug 2016

DKV Architects – Key Projects

Featured Building by this Dutch design studio:

Katendrecht Haven housing – 2nd complex, Kabelhof 1, 3072 WJ Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Date built: 2003-04
Contractor: Volker Bouwmaatschappij
Client: Bouwfonds Ontwikkeling BV
This residential project is a semi-public, enclosed housing block consisting of a perimeter of four storeys and a central area with one-family housing.

Two slender, twenty-one high tower buildings have excellent views to the River Maas.

The project is focused on a semi-elevated public deck above car parking. The main neighborhood street continues onto the deck and ends in a belvedere facing the river. The high-rise blocks have a free overhang of 12 metres.

This Dutch architecture firm is no longer in existence.

More architecture projects by DKV Architecten online soon

Location: Rotterdam, Holland, The Netherlands, northern Europe

DKV Architecten Practice Information

Architect studio based in Rotterdam, Holland

Rotterdam Architects

Architecture Practice Update:

As of April 2013 the partners of this Netherlands architecture practice have decided to go their separate ways and to end the design studio as a company. Roel Bosch, Herman de Kovel and Paul de Vroom will each continue their work as independent architects offices.

DKV Architecten Rotterdam Netherlands

contact details / contactgegevens:

Roel Bosch Architecten
+31 6 52199983 [email protected]

De Kovel Architecten
+31 6 52520540 [email protected]

Paul de Vroom Architecten
+31 10 2400711 [email protected]


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IKC de Geluksvogel, Maastricht, province of Limburg
Designed by UArchitects/Misak Terzibasiyan
Lucky Bird School Maastricht Sustainable Building
image courtesy of architects office
IKC de Geluksvogel School, Maastricht Sustainable Building

Education Executive Agency and Tax Offices, Groningen
Design: UNStudio, Architects
EEA and Tax Offices Groningen, Dutch Tax Offices
photo : Ronald Tilleman
EEA and Tax Offices Groningen Building

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