Mulderblauw architecten is a Dutch architecture firm set up in 1988. Robert Mulder became co-director in 1998 and took over the office in 2008. Since then the office has operated under the name Mulderblauw architecten.
Mulderblauw architecten is active in the field of urban design, housing, utility building and research. We are currently designing various office buildings, distribution centres, data centres and a large number of hotels in the Netherlands and in Europe.
We view each commission from its own perspective, centred on dialogue with the client, the advisors, the colleagues and society. Our team consists of a group of enthusiastic people with the ambition to continually look for the most optimal solution for each assignment. All disciplines involved work in a professional manner together. The heart of our office lies in the sense of family in which openness plays a key role. We greatly value this family structure regardless of the number of colleagues.
To support this structure, we think it is important that our staff master a wide range of skills and have the opportunity to develop further all the time.
Mulderblauw architecten makes a positive contribution to society through its designs. We arrive at well-considered buildings through a continuous dialogue between client and designer, and constant attention for the social aspects of design. No far-fetched concepts but inventive and functional designs. The result: smart buildings that respond to the occupants and their future.
For Mulderblauw architecten it is natural to take a critical stance in contributing to the built environment. With our designs we contribute to social interaction and bring people and functions together. We recognise the importance of the sustainable development and use of buildings. Within this framework we design timeless buildings of high quality.