renovation

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    The Brewhouse

    The Brewhouse - in the end the only Grolsch building that has been conserved at this location - actually consisted of 3 different buildings. It was not so much the architectural or historical value of these buildings, but rather the striking ensemble that was decisive for the redevelopment.

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    Community College ROC Het Sieraad

    Since its foundation in 1926, this building, built in the Amsterdam School-style, has been used as an educational building. Initially as a technical school and subsequently, from 1980 until 2000, as a vocational …

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    Transformation De Klokkenbelt in full swing

    The renovation of De Klokkenbelt in Almelo is going well. It will be a contemporary building in which living, working, welfare and primary care will come together. IAA Architecten designed the facelift of the …

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    Renovation Water Authority Office in Almelo [2]

    The head office of Waterschap Vechtstromen in Almelo is being thoroughly renovated to make it future-proof. Meanwhile, the internal renovation is in full swing and it is time to show the progress. It is remarkable to …

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    Renovation Water Authority Office in Almelo [1]

    The water authority office in Almelo was built in 1992 according to a design by then I.A.A. director Henri Meulenbelt, with I.A.A.'s Marijn van Berkel designing the interior. In 2014, the current name Waterschap …

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    Het Noordik in Almelo gets makeover

    Comprehensive school Het Noordik is being thoroughly renovated. At the Noordikslaan location, the facade will be tackled in a number of places, the gymnasiums demolished and rebuilt, and the entire building will be …

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    Interior Twence

    Clearly visible from the A35 motorway, lies the large building complex of Twence - the regional waste processor of Twente - completed in 1997 after a design by Maurice Nio of BDG Architecten. After the merger with …

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    Interior Villa Serphos

    In 1910, architect H. Reijgers built a villa for Izaak Serphos, a merchant who had become rich through the rag trade, within Enschede urban expansion plan De Stadsmaten. Almost 30 years later, the house was sold and …