On a strip next to the Rhein a beautiful plot is reserved for a business center of approximately 34.000 m2.
How to create five high-quality office buildings on a relatively small strip, where all buildings have equivalent premium views and individual qualities?
Studioninedots presented the first images of the study for Leisure & Culture Center Rheinlehne, located close to Basel. This building plays an important role in a large strip that will be development along the Rhein.
Studioninedots wins an invited competition for a 9.300m2 office building in Paris. The site Lot Ya is beautifully located near the Seine right in front of L'île Seguin à Boulogne-Billancourt. Promising teams and well-established architects such as Jean Nouvel, Dominique Perrault, KCAP, LAN and Baumshlager&Eberle contribute to the development of this area.
Cityplot © arose from the need to reconsider conventional urban planning strategies to open up more flexible models of development. This forms part of a larger challenge to address how urban strategies could be designed to be more receptive and able to change over times.
Studioninedots wins the competition to design an innovative school for the Pilot Zeeburgereiland. The concept "New schools, housing on demand" integrates solutions both on urban and building scale, to prevent expensive temporary emergency facilities and to address new urban planning strategies.
The Oosterdokseiland (ODE) in Amsterdam is to be rebuilt with a large scale development that includes housing, offices, a hotel, a library, a conservatorium, shops, bars and restaurants. The masterplan specifies that the scheme's functions must be physically separated from each other - one block, one function.
The location of Rieteiland Oost is special. We started with an abstract concrete volume that mainly follows the form of the site. Due to its shape, the building will be experienced differently from every side.
Studioninedots + HVDN wins student housing competition for TU Delft Campus. By invitation of housing-corporation DUWO, we made a conceptual design for 140 permanent student housing at the TU Delft campus. The project parameters were to design a volume of 67 meters long and 5 storeys high, the building should have its own strong identity and a collective space on the roof. Another requirement was to have rain water harvesting on the roof as well.
There’s a need for new spatial strategies that make gradually transformation possible. Can we achieve this by composing an urban plan out of collective small-scale initiatives without losing a strong, coherent identity?
The plot is located besides a large shunting yard. How to transform an area with these noise conditions into a good quality living environment?
Villa Groothof is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the province of Gelderland. Each side of the plot has unique qualities and stunning views to the surrounding landscape.
Second round, ongoing. Tennis club Milano Alberto Bonacossa has become a green oasis in the vast growing city. Can we keep this green void in the growing city development and turn it into a special quality for the surroundings and Milan?