MAY CREATIVITY FLOURISH IN THE YEAR OF THE MONKEY! LUCKY KNOT BRIDGE FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR. READY SOON...
The Lucky Knot Bridge, also known as Dragon King Kong Bridge, is more than just a connection. It is the key project for the development of the public space of the river park in the Meixi Lake District in Changsha capital of the Hunan province in China.
THE ARC15 DETAIL AWARD FOR VLOTWATERINGBRIDGE
Our project Vlotwateringbridge won the ARC15 Award. Our 'bat-bridge' was unanimously elected by the jury. We are very honored to receive this prize.
The ARC15 Detail Award honors challenging architecture projects that stand out through their innovative details within a coherent overall concept.
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NEXT HAS DESIGNED THE INTERIOR OF THE RENEWED HOLLAND BOULEVARD OF AMSTERDAM AIRPORT SCHIPHOL
Anyone who is going an international flight at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol may encounter these signs with the images of NEXT architects. The renewed Holland Boulevard is a new lounge at the airport. The project will be delivered this year. 2016 is the year that Schiphol celebrates its 100th anniversary.
The Transfer Centre 6 of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and the PRM Lounge are expected to become available at their new locations by the end of January 2016. The passenger area will be completed in March. This includes the seating area with Internet services, the Airport Library, Aviflora, Swatch, Science Center NEMO and Rituals. The Rijksmuseum and museum shop are planned for the upcoming summer.
Our 'bat-bridge' (Vlotwateringbrug) is on Designboom’s list of TOP 10 bridges of 2015: "clad in timber, this bridge in town of monster, the Netherlands has been designed to serve both man and nature".
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Lianjiang Butterfly Bay in the Chinese city Fuzhou, is one of the NEXT-projects that have been realised last year.
The site is located next to a branch of the Min River. The aim of the masterplan is the exploit the proximity of water by connecting to as many buildings as possible.
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The new bicycle bridge over the Amsterdam-Rhine canal, designed by NEXT, will be named after Dafne Schippers, the world 200m Dutch athletics world champion from Utrecht. The Utrecht municipal initiated a public vote for the name of the new bridge. The majority voted for the Dafne Schippersbrug.