De Rede Amsterdam / Global Architects

first_img “COPY” Bot Bouw ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/795806/de-rede-amsterdam-global-architects Clipboard Projects Project Architects:Tomáš Beránek, Arthur S. NussCity:AmsterdamCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Mirko MerchioriRecommended ProductsCurtain WallsKalwall®Facades – Specialty ApplicationsMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapLouvers / ShuttersTechnowoodSunshade SystemsCurtain WallsJansenFacade Systems – VISS Fire EI30Text description provided by the architects. If you say Amsterdam, you say canals. Everyone knows the image of the canal houses, lined up side by side, each building with its own character. This streetscape is the result of private customers’ initiative, who had their building designed according to their own taste. In the Amsterdam Houthavens (literally Wood Ports), history is repeated. In the river IJ, seven artificial islands are being created which will offer space to groups of private buyers to design their own dream house at the waterfront. The result: a varied array of facades with eye-catching architecture. From a transshipment port, the Houthaven will morph into the hippest new neighbourhood of Amsterdam, offering space for locals and professionals alike.Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriCPO De RedeThe building ‘De Rede’, an initiative of Global Architects and Bot Bouw Initiatief, has been developed in Collective Private Commissioning (Collectief Particulier Opdrachtgeverschap, or CPO).Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriThis form of development involves a group of private individuals who themselves retain control of the building process. It all starts with a vision: a group of people organize themselves around their idea of a dream home. Next, they will search for a location, an architect and, in many cases, involve a contractor to mitigate the (financial) risks. This way, CPO is also feasible for people without private funds. Together with this team, the residents will shape their own ideal building. They will determine –within the possibilities of the lot– the price level, architecture, materialization, provisioning, and collective utilities of the building. Together with the architect, each of the participants will also design their own home. The architect is commissioned to convert all these wishes into a progressive design. Save this picture!DIagramDe Rede emerged from the desire of the group to build at the waterfront in an exciting new neighbourhood of Amsterdam, and from the wish for an affordable building with a luxurious appeal. Together with the residents, Arthur Nuss has designed a modern canal-side house in which each dwelling has its own character. The mixed programme, with apartments of 36m2 to 160m2, appeals to a wide variety of people. De Rede was delivered as a shell and completed by its residents according to their own taste.Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriArchitectureDe Rede consists of two different buildings that share a number of features: they are relatives. The larger building at the Haparandaweg and the ‘canal-side houses’ at the Houthavens are intimately linked. For the facades of the complex, a solution was sought that ensured both the unity of the building and left room for the private interpretation of each resident. The facade panels, balconies, and conservatories are different for each house, which allows the building to retain its dynamic character within a collective design. The old-time feel of the canal houses is most palpable at the side of Houthavens. The larger building behind it is more minimalist and matches the desire for robust and modern living.Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriIn order to emphasize the port area’s original character, the materials chosen have a raw look. Robust fencing, stucco, large glass panels and rough hardwood give the place an industrial feel.Save this picture!ElevationsSustainability: climate neutral De Rede is 100% carbon-neutral. A number of applications were instrumental in achieving this: on the roof, photovoltaic panels have been installed for the generation of solar energy. To reduce energy consumption, the houses are well insulated through the use of HR++ glass. The water from the river IJ is used for heat/cold storage so that, in combination with floor heating, little extra energy needs to be added. Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriThese measures comply with the agreements made between the municipality and the developers to turn the Houthaven into a 100% carbon-neutral neighbourhood. Sustainable construction is key to the Houthaven and the entire energy requirement is generated in a sustainable way. Save this picture!© Mirko MerchioriProject gallerySee allShow lessBefore/After: 20 Images of Buenos Aires’ Changing CityscapesMiscSantiago Calatrava Designs New Office Building Integrated into Zurich’s Stadelhofen …Architecture NewsProject locationAddress:The Netherlands, AmsterdamLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Photographs:  Mirko Merchiori Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Mirko Merchiori+ 16 Share The Netherlands Contractor: Apartments “COPY” 2016center_img Year:  ArchDaily CopyApartments•Amsterdam, The Netherlands Manufacturers: Arconic De Rede Amsterdam / Global ArchitectsSave this projectSaveDe Rede Amsterdam / Global Architects Architects: Global Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeGlobal ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsAmsterdamThe NetherlandsPublished on September 23, 2016Cite: “De Rede Amsterdam / Global Architects ” 23 Sep 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Limerick’s Rubberbandits confirmed for Electric Picnic

first_imgEmail Rubberbandits will play Electric PicnicLIMERICK’S Rubberbandits have confirmed a slot at this year’s Electric Picnic. The duo BlindBoy Boatclub and Mr Chrome along with Willie O’DJ will rock the Comedy Tent in what Rubberbandits are calling a “snakey post Edinburgh gig”.Their 2010 appearance at the Picnic was cited as the top pick of the event in a poll of Festival goers that year. Rubberbandits have released a video for new song ‘Fellas’. An ode to male sexual exploration, the lyrics to Fellas are the most explicit yet from the Limerick duo but the video has won over many fans and was retweeted by Dara O’Briain, Russell Brand, Frankie Boyle and Panti Bliss.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The duo’s Continental Fistfight show is currently running at Edinburgh Festival Fringe until August 25.The video can be found www.youtube.com and on www.facebook.com//pages/Rubberbandits Previous articleVomiting bugNext articleGarda looking for masked nursing home burglar Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. WhatsApp New Limerick festival to rival Edinburgh Twitter Advertisement Linkedin Steve makes magical return to Electric Picnic Facebookcenter_img TAGSEdinburghFellasFrankie BoyleRubberbanditsRussell Brand Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Munster announce the signing of Haley from Sale Sharks Limerick Post Show | Willie O’Dea on Limerick and Rubberbandits NewsLimerick’s Rubberbandits confirmed for Electric PicnicBy Eric Fitzgerald – August 5, 2014 811 Why should I not have the right to vote for whom I want? Van Graan rings the changes for Edinburgh knockout game last_img read more