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    Default Innovative architecture NETHERLAND




    Sportplaza Mercator, Amsterdam


    This landscaped pool-complex is equipped with several in- and outdoor swimming pools, sauna, fitness, sun studio, restaurant and bar. It is not just a swimming pool but strives to be a communal activity centre and public meeting point for the divers Amsterdam neighbourhood De Baarsjes.



    A R C H I T E C T S : www.venhoevencs.nl

    The whole exterior of the complex is furnished with a green carpet. The green façade is made with the patented ‘Wonderwall’ system by Copijn (see project team). With this system 50,000 different plants grow vertically on, up or against the façade and change with the seasons. An automatically regulated irrigation and feeding system is integrated into the construction of the façade.



    Together with the green roof, the complex blends into the surrounding greens of the Rembrand Park. Not just the exterior is worth a visit: the building offers stunning interior views between different levels of pools and fitness rooms










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    Default Housing complex Parkrand - Amsterdam - MVRDV




    Parkrand building, Amsterdam - MVRDV with Richard Hutten


    Buurt Ne9en, is located in the western garden cities of Amsterdam. There is plenty of public space available but most of these green spaces lack grandeur. The project can be regarded as a 'key-operation within the urban renewal of Geuzeveld-Slotermeer. The building should provide an iconographic quality to the neighbourhood which was lacking before.

    The proposed building is situated at the edge of a park and consists of 5 towers, positioned on a deck, carrying a two level roof plate. The towers are positioned in such a way that they do not block views from the neighbourhood to the park, but that also as many apartments as possible enjoy a view over the park. In this way a large scale but open and airy block is formed. On top of the first level deck, a semi-public open air 'living room' is created which can be seen as a supplement to the park.







    The complex contains three so-called outdoor rooms. Richard Hutten designed a children’s room, a living room and a dining room. These are spaces where residents can rest between the private domain of the home and the public park.




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    The Best Architecture Of Europe



    Shipping and Transport College - ROTTERDAM - Arch : Neutelings & Riedijk -2001-2005








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    This picture is really nice :



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