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Project • By 8A ArchitectenHousing

Eleven terraced houses

Park 16HovenPark 16Hoven is located on the edge of Rotterdam Overschie. A neighborhood with a wide variety of homes, wide avenues, intimate inner worlds, play areas for young people and lots of greenery. The characteristics of the old polder landscape are reflected in the district. Park 16Hoven offers exclusive living environments for people who love a spacious and luxurious living environment, special architecture and who still want to live close to the city center. Luuk Kramer Fotografie RietzoomPark 16Hoven was developed and built in various phases. The Rietzoom sub-area comprises the southeastern part of the district and is characterized by the large amount of water. About one-fifth of the area's surface is made up of water. Many... More

Project • By 8A ArchitectenHousing

Three terraced houses

WaalsprongTo the north of the city of Nijmegen lies Waalsprong, the new district of Nijmegen. Waalsprong is characterised by three residential areas, each with its own identity and living atmosphere. Living in a green environment is what you do in Oosterhout. You can enjoy nature, peace and greenery in De Waaijer. Do you like urban living in a village character? Then you are at the right place in Lent, with its authentic village centre. Luuk Kramer Fotografie LentWith the so called 'Plant your flag' project in Lent, the city of Nijmegen opted for new forms of living and working. The municipality made land available for approximately 200 self-build plots, on which future residents could realise their dream of living. They could literal... More

Project • By UNStudioExhibitions

Xintiandi Installation

Ben van Berkel / UNStudio design public installation for Xintiandi in Shanghai As part of the‘RIBA Shanghai Windows Project 2014’ UNStudio was invited by China Xintiandi to create a gateway installation for theXintiandiStyle RetailMall in Shanghai. Located along Madang Road and framing the entrance to the mall, the project conceptually explores the role of display in Shanghai: the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city’s occupants and the urban landscape. Ben van Berkel: “The installation is related to the culture of consuming, not with respect only to shopping, but to consuming images: images of our surroundings, of our city, of the buildings and the people around us and, of course, of ourselve... More