Ground breaking for the first house at Oosterwold Almere
Ground breaking for the first house at Oosterwold Almere
Commissioned by the city of Zürich, Office Winhov, Office Haratori and Lorenz Eugster are researching the possibilities of urban densification of Seebach.
Office Haratori and Office Winhov have been announced as the winner of the design competition for the new flagship store of the jeweller Bucherer, a 127-year-old family company, on the prestigious Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich. The project involves the renovation of the existing building from 1961 and the design of the new facade.
Winhov+ is our platform to share our methodology, reflections and fascinations which underpin the fundamentals of our architectural design to those who participate in the design of our daily life. This issue of Winhov+ will focus on the phenomenon of City Hotels and shows tour interest in the recent developments in the field of new hotel concepts in Amsterdam. Furthermore the issue is a continuation of the exhibition ‘City Hotels’ that was at display at the architecture institute ARCAM last spring 2015. Download Learning from City Hotel (Dutch) >
On thursday the 22nd of October, the W hotel Amsterdam opened its doors to the public.
Together with Floris Cornelisse, Job Floris and Hans van der Heijden, Jan Peter Wingender has taken a stand for a necessary renewal from within the discipline of architecture itself. In de October issue of the Dutch architectural magazine ‘De Architect’ the editor Harm Tilman interviewed the four architects and wrote about their search for alternatives that the present architecture can offer.
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The Forum publication ‘building upon building’ presents a collection of dialogues between contemporary European architects and the past through their designs of imaginary extensions for existing buildings. Office Winhov is participating in the publication with the article ‘Celebrating the architecture of the banal', an intervention in Le Havre, France.
Building Upon Building
AetA 160 - FORUM Magazine
Edited by Jantje Engels and Marius Grootveld.
W Hotel Amsterdam is the first monumental building in the Netherlands to receive the sustainable BREEAM very good certificate. The certificate was given to the team Office Winhov, DPA Cauberg-Huygen , C2N and SPARK Intelligent Design in a ceremonial event during the symposium of the Dutch Green Building Counsel. The transformation and renovation of this historical monument into a 5 star hotel was done by Office Winhov and the interiors by BK architecture.
Office Winhov is participating in the WerkbundStadt Berlin 2016. The urban plan for the site in Berlin-Charlottenburg and the design for the buildings will be presented in September 2016. Photo: Stefan Müller
Load bearing elements at the factory. The first elements have been transported from the factory to the building site.
A photo of a mock up of Office haratori & Office winhov is part of the presentation 'Mockups' by the English photographer Tobias Wootton (1981). By isolating mockups form their original, spatial and architectural function Wootton presents them as found objects and by doing so enhance their abstract and visual character. The photographer has printed several mockups in the format of an advertising poster. The posters are exhibited on the facade of the F + F Schule für Kunst und Design in Zürich. 'Mockups' is part of the manifestation Art Altstetten Albisrieden and can be visited until 13 September 2015. Address: Flurstrasse 89, Zürich
The Duchess restaurant in the former KAS Bank Amsterdam is officially open. The monumental building was transformed and restored into the new W Hotel Amsterdam by Office Winhov with interior by BK.
On Thursday June 18 Architectenweb organized the Big Leisure Congress in Dordrecht. The congress focused on the design and concept behind hotels, sport facilities and cultural buildings in the Netherlands. Office Winhov contributed with a lecture on City Hotels, which focused on the transformation of monumental buildings in Amsterdam into hotels and the role that these hotels take in the development of the city. The lecture was based on a recent study on City Hotels by Office Winhov. More information > Architectenweb (NL)
Local Hero 12; Heinz Bienefeld, Cologne. By Peter Meijer
photo: Heinz Bienefeld, Tabernakel in der Kirche St. Bonifatius © Lucas Roth
Construction has started for 300 student apartments at the campus of the University of Technology Eindhoven
New assignment for 23 houses in the Pardijshof, Nieuwe Crooswijk Rotterdam
ARCAM, the municipality of Amsterdam and Office Winhov have organised a discussion entitled Learning From City Hotels. The event organised to mark the end of the exhibition of the research project 'City Hotels', will focus on insights into the project and its outcomes and will feature commentary by René van Schie, Paul Rosenberg and Jeroen Schilt, Jan Peter Wingender and Engin Celikbas. More information > ARCAM
The team of Office Haratori, Office Winhov and Territioria is selected for the testplanning phase of the HSLU campus in Horw, Luzern. The assignment is to develop a masterplan for the campus and the renovation and extension of the existing buildings of the Architecture and Technique department.
In the interview Stumbling Block, three architects, experienced in the use of brickwork, discuss the pros and cons of the material, its possibilities and renaissances and talk about the direction in which this material and the way we use it could develop. Matthias Kohler, Charles Pictet and Jan Peter Wingender in discussion with Tibor Joanelly and Ronald Züger.
'City Hotels’ is an exhibition by Office Winhov and Arcam over fifteen distinctive or monumental buildings in amsterdam that have been transformed into hotels. In recent years a wide variety of building types including former schools, banks and offices have been converted into hotels with features that have been made accessible not only to guests but to the people of Amsterdam. Opening on saturday, January 17th at 15.30.
More information > ARCAM
First inhabitants move into our recently finished care complex Maaisbaai with 27 apartments, 3 care groups for the elderly and a care building
Demolition has begun on the site for the construction of the new project in Den Helder. The project will redevelop a prominent corner site in the city with a series of buildings containing 15 apartments and 6 single family houses.
The residential tower Zölly has been awarded the Silbernen Hasen; the Swiss architecture prize by Hochparterre.
W Amsterdam which is under construction in the former Telephone Exchange on Dam Square, will be expanded with the adjacent former KAS Bank building. This National Monument is being restored and transformed by Office Winhov and BK Architecture.
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We have started the design of 3 buildings with 75 dwellings in Jeroen Bosch Park, Den Bosch
The project Bloesemplein in Zuidoostbeemster, Netherlands was awarded first prize in the Residential category.
Clay plaster Workshop for office haratori at the Alpine loft Mathon, Switzerland
Our shops and residential complex in Oss has been completed. The project is designed by Wingender Hovenier Architecten with Van Santvoort
The facade of the Residential Tower Zölly is published in the latest edition of Werk, Bauen + Wohnen
Joost Hovenier is co-organizer of the Raid Arctique 2014, a journey of 3400km in classic Citroëns CX from the arctic circle to Paris. The Citroën CX was designed by the architect and car designer Robert Opron in 1974. Forty years after the press presentation of the CX in Lapland, the Raid Arctique 2014 will follow the exact route of the historic Raid Arctique in 1974. The prologue is at August 26th in Kiruna, Sweden. For more information about sponsoring or participating please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first phase of Block 3A is completed of the residential building, day care centre by Office Winhov and Montessori school De Amstel by Liag.
On June 12th Office Winhov and Weber Beamix hosted the First Amsterdam Architects’ Table Football Tournament. Our colleagues of Studio Nine Dots are the winners of this first edition. We're already looking forward till next time.
Construction has reached it's highest point of our residential and care buildings in Maisbaai Middelburg
Our project a Private house on Rieteiland Amsterdam is published in Architecture in the Netherlands Yearbook 2013/2014. The yearbook Architecture in the Netherlands is the international business card for Dutch architecture. The four members of the book’s editorial team select 30 of the outstanding projects completed in 2013 and describe the most important developments and trends that have an influence on the production and design of Dutch architecture. nai010 publishers >
The team Wingender Hovenier Architecten Amsterdam & Gottlieb Paludan Architects Copenhagen won the European tender for the new City Archive of Delft. Our team will develop the project in collaboration with Strackee (structural engineer), Spark Intelligent Design (MEP), Archisupport (quantity surveyor).
On Wednesday, March 26, the artist and photographer Bruno van den Elshout will give a lecture at our office in Amsterdam about his project 'New Horizons'. In 2012 Bruno van den Elshout photographed the North Sea Horizon every hour for one year. Creating in 366 days a collection of 8785 abstract, poetic and yet realistic portraits of the horizon. For participants please RSVP via email@example.com
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Office Winhov has been selected to design a residential complex in the centre of Den Helder
Our partner Uri Gilad has been selected for the longlist of the Prix de Rome.
Both blocks with 5.500 m2 of shops and 134 apartments have reached the highest point.
Our new name Office Winhov has been launched
The project includes 20 apartments, three residential care groups and a care support centre. It is located in the historic center of Middelburg, on the Dokhaven site where the VOC shipyard once stood.
The restoration and transformation of the listed barn into an alpine loft has begun. The barn which is located in the centre of Mathon (CH) is an essential part of the urban fabric of the village. In collaboration with office haratori.
In the night of 14th of July the crane was installed on the roof of the former Government Office for Transactions and Telephonics. The building will be restored and transformed into a hotel.