The Sijthoff building in the centre of The Hague at the corner of the Grote Markstraat and the Wagenstraat has undergone a transformation. The 'old' building consisted of one layer with retail and six office layers. After the renovation, there are now two shopping floors (with a total GFA of 4.750m2) and 6.300m2 GFA office area.
TRANSFORM, THE HAGUE, RENOVATION, OFFICES
The old post office at Neude in Utrecht is a familiar sight for Utrecht's residences. The building is no longer a post office and is being redeveloped whilst maintaining its monumental character.
The central library will take up a large part of the building, as well as shops and horeca. The basement will house a bike garage and a food market.
TRANSFORM, UTRECHT, CULTURE, RENOVATION
The project encompassed the renovation of metro station Ganzenhoef in Amsterdam. The majority of the building has been built on and between heavy prestressed sleepers. The sleepers span around 30 metres and are supported by a post-and-beam construction beneath which a heavy column has been placed. The building and the overhangs end in an abutment.
The roof consists of a steel bearing structure that has been filled in with wooden roof panels and glass.
TRANSFORM, AMSTERDAM, INFRA