Tuesday, June 23, 2009

AMERSFOORT 750 ,Netherlands | Mulders vandenBerk











AMERSFOORT 750
Amersfoort 750 to organize and celebrate is a clearly identifiable and multipurpose buildings. PORT 750 has a strong identity through the simple powerful sculpture and the facade design. This is the building the logo of United 750.

Behind the inviting host port is the central courtyard that is embraced by the conference, exhibition and work areas. This spatial structure arises overview and interaction. The rooms are all separately or as contiguous space to use for different situations, work, receptions, meetings, marketing, events, exhibitions or festivals. The roof of the receiving port to be used as a view platform (15m hoote), the port an extra significance to the location: a public building centrally located between all the activities in the oil mill Quarter. The whole volume is packed in a cloth with full color print of words about the history of Amersfoort and a poem about the future to read. A gateway to the future history to celebrate.

Wall Text: French Ottink
Graphic design: Design Work
Photos: Roel Back Aert
Images and text from: Mulders vandenBerk









AMERSFOORT 750
Amersfoort 750 to organize and celebrate is a clearly identifiable and multipurpose buildings. PORT 750 has a strong identity through the simple powerful sculpture and the facade design. This is the building the logo of United 750.

Behind the inviting host port is the central courtyard that is embraced by the conference, exhibition and work areas. This spatial structure arises overview and interaction. The rooms are all separately or as contiguous space to use for different situations, work, receptions, meetings, marketing, events, exhibitions or festivals. The roof of the receiving port to be used as a view platform (15m hoote), the port an extra significance to the location: a public building centrally located between all the activities in the oil mill Quarter. The whole volume is packed in a cloth with full color print of words about the history of Amersfoort and a poem about the future to read. A gateway to the future history to celebrate.

Wall Text: French Ottink
Graphic design: Design Work
Photos: Roel Back Aert
Images and text from: Mulders vandenBerk
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