Articles tagged Kraaijvanger Architecten


Mark A-to-Z: O is for Office

Whether you work a 9-to-5 or are sporting a freelancer lifestyle, the space we inhabit most of the hours of the week to sustain our livelihood should be designed to motivate.

City Hall Venlo by Kraaijvanger Architecten. Photos Ronald Tilleman

Kraaijvanger Architecten inspires sustainability with 'green fingers'

VENLO – The green façade of Venlo's City Hall is instrumental in providing a healthy working environment with a cradle-to-cradle approach throughout the full design process.

The perimeter white metal colonnade confirms the modernest building has connections to classicism. Photo Pietro Savorelli

Museum Voorlinden has an intelligent canopy which controls lighting

WASSENAAR – Just north of The Hague there is a new museum opening for the Caldic Collection, which is the largest private art collection in the Netherlands.

Flexibility is integral to the concept, as the individual units can suit a variety of living arrangements.

Kraaijvanger Architecten's detached units introduce a home's essential elements into shell spaces

ROTTERDAM – A freestanding modular system offers all the necessities of an apartment within compact units.

Lending access to both the new city council offices and the station is an 80-m-wide flight of stairs, beneath which lies a bicycle parking facility also designed by Kraaijvinger.

Utrecht City Council Offices by Kraaijvanger

UTRECHT – Dutch atelier consolidates Utrecht's city council offices into compact yet emotive structure.

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