Lookout Tower The Weusthag
The cabbage-shaped Corten steel lookout tower in The Weusthagpark along the A1 motorway at Hengelo, has now become a valued landmark in its surroundings. The rust-coloured object was built for a joint contest design by IAA Architects' Marko Matic, Royal IHC's Hans de Klerk and ABT's Ronald Wenting and Kars Haarhuis.
Rehabilitation Clinic Vossenloo
At 35 locations in Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe, Verslavingszorg Noord Nederland (Addiction Care Northern Netherlands, VNN) is committed to people who experience problems due to their addiction. On the forested …
Prins Bernhard Park
Prince Bernhard Park is part of former military airport Twente, developed during the Second World War as Fliegerhorst. The now forested area contains a number of characteristic officer houses, an officers' mess and a …
Construction rehabilitation clinic in Eelde commenced
Last Thursday, the construction of the new rehabilitation clinic in Eelde has started. During a festive meeting 'the first pile was struck', after which the administrators of the parties involved: Brands, Lammerink …
Widening of the A1 between Apeldoorn and Azelo
Rijkswaterstaat (the Ministry of Public Works & Waterways) is going to broaden the A1 motorway between Apeldoorn and junction Azelo. In order to properly integrate the route, an integration vision has been drawn …
Master plan 'Full Steam Ahead'!
In October 2020, the Hof van Twente municipality bought the 14-hectare site of the former Twentse Steam Bleachery in Goor with the aim of developing the area into a place where it is pleasant to live, work and relax. …