New Dutch architecture

MX3D, UNStudio, MVRDV,

Rotterdam, Amsterdam,

From MVRDV’s Crystal House in Amsterdam to Kaan Architecten’s Supreme Court of The Hague, residential projects and innovative research: here is an overview of some of the most recent architectural projects built in the Netherlands recently discussed in Floornature.

New Dutch architecture

An overview of recent projects in the Netherlandspresented in the pages of Floornature, from large-scale projects to small residential and commercial buildings and innovative projects signalling Dutch society’s awareness of the importance of living, proactive architecture.
In Floornature we have often presented projects by architectural studio MVRDV, such as the Markthal in Rotterdam and, more recently, the Crystal House, reflecting an interesting approach to the theme of the single-brand store, for Chanel in Amsterdam. In the field of public buildings and infrastructure, Kaan Architecten designed the Supreme Court building in the Hague and UNStudio created the Transfer Terminal at Arnhem Central Station.

Going on to look at residential and interior design projects, we take a look at a recent project by Pasel.künzel architects, V13K05 house in Leiden, and the Room On The Roof by design i29, which transforms a little tower on the Bijenkorf department store in Amsterdam into a home/studio for artists working with the Rijksmuseum.
Dus Architects designed the world’s first 3D printed house, the 3D Print Canal house on the banks of a canal in northern Amsterdam; the first 3D printed bridge, a project by Joris Laarman for the start-up MX3D, is due to be constructed in 2017. The new bridge, nicknamed the MX3D Bridge, will span the Oudezijds Achterburgwal, one of the central canals in the Dutch capital.

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