UNStudio and architect Ben van Berkel designed the installations for the exhibition entitled "Constant. Space + Colour" at Cobra Museum of Modern Art in Amstelveen, focusing on the research that led Constant from his Cobra period to creation of the New Babylon project in 1950.
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.
UNStudio recently completed a project in Belgium: Le Toison d’Or. The building, constructed in Brussels in partnership with Belgian studio Jaspers-Eyers, is a block construction for mixed residential and commercial use.
The Transfer Terminal at Arnhem Central Station, designed by UNStudio, has been completed: an ambitious project intended to make Arnhem a major transportation hub joining Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium.
The residential quarter designed by the UNStudio architects studio has been completed in Beijing. The main challenge of the project was to design villas that could be seen as unique and, at the same time, parts of a shared space.
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