The Wilheminahof was designed for the banks of the Maas, next to the abutment of the Erasmus Bridge. The project, a combination of courthouse, tax office and other offices, was meant to be a stimulus for the southern bank of the Maas.
The connection between the underground railway station Wilhelminaplein and the Luxor theatre has been devised by architectural firm Zwarts & Jansma Architects, who also designed subway station Wilhelminaplein.
MONOLAB architects is not convinced and delivers a recommendation to address this in reality. These Rotterdam-based architects project a distinct tower, the ROTTERDAM CITY TOWER, on a unusual location.
Rotterdam Stadiumpark will be developed into a sport campus in the period 2009-28. Within this the Kuip is redeveloped and a new Kuip gains a place on the river Maas alongside a new public transport node which ensures high level accessibility.
The city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands likes to think of itself as the forerunner of daring architecture. Yet recently the city has shied away from the design of a new bridge in the harbour, for being too innovative.
The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) and Dutch development company, Multi Vastgoed will today present the concept design for a mixed-use building situated in the heart of Rotterdam’s shopping district, the Coolsingel.