o created a spatial identity of beautiful illustrations. A wonderful world of ambiguous animals plays a trick on reality to stimulate the imagination of the users. The skin of the animals forms an antithesis to their archetypal qualities. Fluffy bunnies turn out to be prickly like a cactus and grey swine are made of precious shiny pearls. With these new graphics, the client is encouraged to orient and refer to space individually.
The solution lies in a combination of technological developments and the best that nature has to offer. With direct access from the entrance, primary medical functions can be found. Part of the building has a first floor, which has transformed into flexible office spaces. The combination of all these functions along with its new architecture and spatial organization restores the vital, central role the building was meant to fulfil. The building is a social centre for the village with social, medical and physical interaction. People get inspired, are enjoying there work once again and help to build the community.
ClienteIpse de Bruggen
Superficie Lorda (mq)5.220
ArchitettiAM_A Andrea Möhn Architects
Design TeamAndrea Möhn, Maxim Ross, Maciel Barreira, Ewelina Rachwal, René Bouman, Iris Vladu, Tim Reekers, Interior advisor: Hetty Mommersteeg
Main ContractorFormabouw BV
ConsulentiBrak & Eijlers, Dijk & co landschapsarchitectuur, M-Trix Installatie Adviseurs, Studio Mommersteeg, Silo Creative Agency
FornitoriVan der Plas Meubel & Project BV
FotografiHerman Zonderland and AM_A Andrea Möhn Architects
Curriculum studio / partecipanteAM__A Andrea Möhn Architects is an international architectural firm situated in Rotterdam, with 21 successful years producing bespoke, high-quality architecture in a range of scale and function. Our projects include new buildings and renovations in a variety of sectors including healthcare, private houses, residential developments, low-cost housing, student accommodation, commercial properties and landscape and urban design. Our main interests lie in the influence of the social, cultural and economic spheres upon architecture today. Our research in this field, as well as our extensive interaction throughout the design process with the clients, have had a significant impact on our work and approach. This multi-disciplinary approach resulting in numerous successful projects, many of which have received international attention and acclaim and appeared in publications around the world.