A drawing board the size of a small notebook. Dutch avant-garde architect Robert van ’t Hoff (1887-1979) didn’t go anywhere without it. On display in the Kröller-Müller Museum.
Archive for April, 2010
Our project in de Bijlmer reached a crucial level. The first 3 layers of Kameleon are now in place. A spacious courtyard will be constructed on top of the 5 meter high retail floor and two layers of parking. The elevated garden-to-be will feature a creek and is now exactly flush with the sensational subway track. Both elevated levels will be visually connected through a large opening in the front facade; the view to and from Kraaiennest Station will be framed through this ‘Fenetre Urban’.
On April 15 there was a big party to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Nowhere. Nowhere is an exhilarating laboratory and stage for creative young people in a former school building in Amsterdam.
The design idea was to create a direct relationship between company logo and the way the building looks: this explains the overwhelming red womb, a scaled up business card.
Rumor has it that Nowhere wants to change the color scheme of the interior. But changing the ‘architecture’ in this case implies also redesigning the graphic style…
Thank you Matthieu for this ‘teaser’ of Sk8: a short movie partly shot under the A8 in Koog.
We found some more clips: check out these utubes: