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post updated 27 Aug 2021

Utrecht Building Developments

Holland Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Utrecht Architecture Designs – chronological list

Anansi Playground Building

Anne Frank School

Bemmelenlaan House

Bunnik House

Cartesiusdriehoek Blue District Utrecht

Chapel of Living in Utrecht

Culture Centre Utrecht

De Verkenner Utrecht Residential Tower

Divinatio restaurant

Eden Soestdijk Gardens in Utrecht

Educational Facility at the University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht

Educatorium Utrecht

Hogeschool Utrecht

House of Rolf in Utrecht

IPMMC Office

Jaarbeurs Utrecht Building

Light Installation Utrecht

Looping Towers in Utrecht

Medical Faculty University Utrecht

Minnaert Building

Moreelsebrug Croeselaan

NS Stations Headquarters

One under Three Roof House in Zeist

P+R De Uithof Utrecht

P&R Hooggelegen Utrecht

PGGM Headquarters Building

Prins Clausbrug

Recreation House

Rietveld Schröder House Utrecht

Sport Campus Leidsche Rijn

state office de knoop

Terrace Apartment in Woerden

The Green House in Utrecht

The Princess Máxima Center

The Wall Utrecht

Tivoli Vredenburg Building

Turnzaal Nieuw Welgelegen

Utrecht Architecture

Utrecht Architecture News

Utrecht Buildings

Utrecht University Library

Wonderwoods Towers in Utrecht

We intend to add more architectural projects in this Dutch city online soon

Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands, western Europe

Architecture in The Netherlands

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Het Platform Community Building building designed by architects VenhoevenCS architecture+urbanism:
Het Platform Community Building Utrecht Developments
photograph : Ossip van Duivenbode
Het Platform Community Building in Utrecht
Het Platform, a mixed-use community building right next to Utrecht Central station, was recently completed and all new residents have moved in. The building combines 201 rental apartments with a large number of collective facilities, including a bike parking, commercial spaces for fitness and a restaurant, and many “sticky spaces” for social encounters.

State Office de Knoop building designed by architects Fokkema & Partners Architecten:
State Office de Knoop Utrecht The Netherlands
photograph : René de Wit
State Office de Knoop in Utrecht
The former ‘Lieutenant General Knoop Kazerne’ has been transformed into State Office de Knoop, a contemporary office building with additional representation as a central meeting hub for all Dutch Central Government Ministries.

Barnhouse Werkhoven building designed by Ruud Visser Architects:
Barnhouse Werkhoven near Utrecht
photograph : René de Wit
Barnhouse Werkhoven Building
On the verge of the Dutch village Werkhoven, a new residential area has been realised with building-plots. At this location our clients bought a plot on an angling. Other plots are rectangularly shaped.

This is the index page for architectural projects in this Dutch city on the e-architect website


This is the capital and most populous city in the Dutch province of Utrecht. It is located in the eastern corner of the Randstad conurbation, and is the fourth largest city of the Netherlands with a population of 327,834 on 1 November 2013.

Utrecht’s ancient city centre features many buildings and structures from the Early Middle Ages. It has been the religious centre of the Netherlands since the 8th century. Currently it is the see of the Archbishop of Utrecht, the most important Dutch Roman Catholic leader.

The city is also the see of the archbishop of the Old Catholic church, titular head of the Union of Utrecht (Old Catholic), and the location of the offices of the main Protestant church. Until the Dutch Golden Age, Utrecht was the most important city of the Netherlands; then, Amsterdam became its cultural centre and most populous city.
Source: wikipedia

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