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Project of the day: B.Amsterdam

Architecture magazine De Architect featured B.Amsterdam as the Project of the Day.

B.Amsterdam is a new working space concept in the former IMB headquarters building in the Rieker Business Park in Amsterdam’s Nieuw-West district.

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NEXT Beijing is looking for architects and researchers

NEXT architects Beijing has positions available for Architects on all levels (senior, mid-level, junior and interns).

The position is based in our Beijing office.

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Lighting Design in the dark

NEXT architects and Arup’s light plan for De Centrale As connects road and landscape.

How to light a road that has been so carefully integrated into the national landscape of the Noardlike Fryske Wâlden? According to NEXT and Arup, the best way to do this is to cherish the darkness. The lighting design for De Centrale As brings architecture, nature, landscape and culture together to strengthen the experience and identity of the road. 

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Revisiting Cities

Bart Reuser's study Seoulutions has been reprinted in "Revisiting Cities."

The book series "Revisting Cities" is part of the research project "Boundary Unlimited" by Tsaiher Cheng and explores urban renewal methodologies employed in Taipei, Seoul and Shanghai. What have the urban renewal experiences in these three cities taught us? What practicable planning methodologies may be developed with such experiences? 

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Almost ready: the Dafne Schippers bridge

Utrecht's newest cyclist route leads you over the roof of the ementary school Oog in Al. 

The Dafne Schippersbridge is about to open next month and will connect the neighbourhood of Leidsche Rijn to the centre of Utrecht.

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NEXT's hotspots in Beijing

De Volkskrant interviewed John van de Water, NEXT atchitects partner Beijing for the travel special in VK Magazine, 21 januari.

Hotspots include the Rose Museum, designed by NEXT. This is the first museum entirely dedicated to roses and opened to the public last May 2016.

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Office Wheel wins SKEPPpitch 2017!

NEXT architects wins the SKEPPpitch for the most innovative office concept and will be realised in collaboration with DITT (formerly SKEPP).

The SKEPPpitch took place on 12 January 2017 at WTC Amsterdam. The design was a response to the question to realise an office no larger than 12 m2. NEXT's Office Wheel is a multi-purpose, mobile office on 3,14 m2. 

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NEXT's Lucky Knot has been published in the magazine Wired

"The Lucky Knot is more than a utilitarian pathway: it connects people, places, needs, and experiences" - wrote Wired about the Dutch-Chinese bridge.

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NEXT projects in Portugal

NEXT architects is working on a housing project in Cascais, Portugal

The proposal for the "Urbanistic Requalification of the Cascais Vila" that is being developed in collaboration with Fragmentos de Arquitectura, was presented this week at the Cascais Cultural Centre in Portugal.

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Bridges that connect in Het Financieele Dagblad

In a full-page article, Het Financieele Dagblad covers NEXT's unique bridges

"Eyecatchers connect citizens" is title of the article that was published last weekend after an interview conducted by Het Financieele Dagblad with Michael Schreinemachers.


Interview for Dutch Embassy in Beijing

The Netherlands Embassy in China publishes an interview with John van de Water, partner NEXT architects Beijing.

In the interview, John reflects on how the Netherlands and China can learn from and complement each other.

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