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Orange Architects Unveils Stacked and Staggered Private Housing in Rotterdam
The 18 single-family houses and 17 apartments that make up Rietzoom are part of a much-needed plan to create more private housing in the Dutch city.
6 Projects That Made the Netherlands a World Capital of Adaptive Reuse
A recent wave of large-scale projects is transforming five Dutch cities and encouraging creative reuse of derelict industrial sites around the world.
Beyond the Superdutch: A Portrait of Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven Architects
The Rotterdam firm explores local morphologies and material networks without veering into nostalgia or a fetishized idyll.
In Rotterdam, MVRDV Recasts the Archive as Museum
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen will put 151,000 works—its entire collection—on public display in a new salad bowl–like structure.
De(lirious) Rotterdam: OMA Completes Holland’s Largest Building
After 16 years, OMA finally completes its longest-running project.