Our work ranges from private houses and residential complexes to commercial buildings and urban masterplans. What connects them is an awareness of context, commitment to craftsmanship and a touch of surprise. Whether it’s about designing a chair or regenerating a district, we take an inquisitive approach to rethink convention.
For the transformation of Pompenburg, we interweave the (new-)built environment with the built and social fabric of Rotterdam.
The interior of a 100-year-old grand park villa is dramatically transformed into an open living landscape that fuses heritage and contemporary living.
With its unmistakable tilted silhouette and graphic framework, Black Swan functions as an urban activator marking Overamstel’s gradual transformation.
A lively destination and a pioneering project that excites Nieuw West; the huge WeSpace integrates architecture, programme and people from the outset.
Due for completion in 2020, De Key’s new Amsterdam headquarters prepares the housing corporation for the future with a transparent, social and flexible workplace.
Envisioned as a symbol of circularity in Buiksloterham, Yotel’s integrated design considers all scales of the project from the landscape to the finest details.
This garden villa challenges convention by merging the boundaries between inside and outside.
As the Cobercokwartier’s social and cultural hub, the old milk factory celebrates the site’s rich industrial heritage with a view to Arnhem’s creative future.
The neighbourhood enjoys better waterfront views now we’ve slimmed down the silhouette and switched the landmark buildings around.
Facette’s sculptural WeSpace adds space for interaction and facilitates new ways of working, leisure and meeting for Bordeaux’s entrepreneurs.
A sheltered urban landscape, an oasis of calm in the midst of Utrecht’s hectic public transport hub.
By adapting an office complex into student housing and creative workspaces, DC Van Hall reconnects to the neighbourhood.
Our first WeSpace features a lively vertical lobby with a sculptural staircase that brings people together both literally and figuratively.
This ambitious masterplan envisions a circular mixed-use district, as a living lab, that breathes new life into the historic Campina site in Eindhoven.
Compact, intensively mixed-use and small-scale, the Cityplot urban planning strategy views to a future based on adaptability, participation and circularity.
Inextricably linked with its spectacular waterfront site, this black house is crafted to level up contrasts.
With its full glass street front and multipurpose WeSpace, Antoni is a new city showcase for technology, innovation and sustainability in Delft.
With its iconic urban profile, Little Manhattan brings a young new buzz to help activate the Lelylaan Station area.
Rebel’s bold open framework is an urban showcase for sustainability and diversity, merging living, working and leisure.
In this reuse project, we carved out a zigzagging atrium as the social heart of the office that brings staff and visitors together.
The historic factory site in Arnhem will be transformed into a Living Lab designed to celebrate meaningful interaction.
This urban living lab, which began as an experiment firmly rooted in Buiksloterham’s circular ambitions, is now coming to life.
The movement of water inspired us to design organically curved balconies that extend the deliberate double-width apartments.
A narrow passage that slices the front facade of these two Oosterdokseiland apartments blocks gives this project its identity.
This school-pilot scores high on flexibility and sustainability; its social core features spectacular voids that flood the interior with daylight.
Soundproofing requirements gave rise to an innovative faceted skin that envelops the entire apartment building.
We combined and relocated all the outdoor space from 364 balconies to the rooftop to create one sunny super-terrace enjoyed collectively by 364 students.
Our mascot, our smallest WeSpace. This handcrafted pavilion kickstarted conversations around a cosy campfire.
Well rounded! We pushed the spatial limits of the site to sculpt the volume of this house according to light and views.
For this Parisian office, a façade system of angled blades was invented to block sunlight while retaining the spectacular views for the staff.
With facades fashioned from 320 tons of waste, this duo functions as a beacon for Buiksloterham’s circular ambitions.
A new mixed-use development opens up this disused rail yard in Utrecht to diverse public and collective functions.