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post updated 10 July 2021

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Featured Buildings / Designs, alphabetical:

Community of emptiness, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Date built: –
Amstelland Development Rotterdam by Hans Moor Architects
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Oosterhof Rotterdam Development
The concept for the ‘community or emptiness’ was developed as an economic idea. The two sides of the building consist of a number of floors (change 3 to 4) of which the height of these floors were reduced locally, so more M2 arises.

Nesselande Station + ‘Absence of Light’ Bridge, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Date built: 2007
Absence of Light Bridge
photo © Maarten Laupman
Hans Moor building : Dutch station building
The bridge is constructed from concrete in combination with glass ‘dots’. These units, which were specially developed by a supplier of glass and light, are made entirely of glass through which daylight travels and makes the space lighter under the bridge during daytime.

Palladio Feedback, The Netherlands
Date built: 2008
House Prototype Netherlands
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House Prototype
The research for Palladio Feedback started with participation in a contest for a house. The theme of the contest was ‘elementary’ building. Elementary building can be looked at from different angles. It could be a cheaper way of building (more economical). Or maybe the word ‘elementary’ was to mean the opposite of complex.

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Location: Rotterdam, The Netherlands, western Europe

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SAWA, Lloydquarter
Design: Mei architects and planners
SAWA wooden building Lloydquarter Rotterdam
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SAWA wooden building Lloydquarter
Commissioned by Nice Developers & Era Contour, Mei architects and planners is designing SAWA: a wooden residential building in the heart of the Lloydquarter. This new Dutch building will be built entirely in CLT (cross-laminated timber) and is therefore the first fully wooden residential building of 50 meters high in the city.

World’s largest Floating Office Building, Rijnhaven harbor
Architecture: Powerhouse Company
World’s largest floating office Rotterdam
photo : Sebastian van Damme
World’s largest Floating Office Building

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