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  • video | Tim.de.Boer.org
    many interpretations of one space Posted by Tim de Boer Categories Other Tags english The Hague video youtube Talk with me on Twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on the built enviroment designs new options and writes about these adventures The opinions expressed are my own they do not reflect the views of my employers onderzoekt de gebouwde omgeving ontwerpt nieuwe opties en schrijft daarover De inhoud van de teksten en projecten op dit blog zijn van mijzelf Zij vertegenwoordigen niet de mening van mijn werkgevers Subjects English 10 Fragments 1 Other 3 render vs reality 4 Review 5 Tags air Almere almere 2 0 archined archis architecture Arena art artist impression bakema fellowship bijlmer bioclimatic city books brown fields casa da musica central station city conditions english fan flatiron forward groningen hejduk heritage ken yeang lecture masterplan maximum security city modernism modernist monuments oma redevelopment render vs reality report research review security symposium The Hague video wall house wallhouse work youtube All images and text on this site are created or written by Tim de Boer Contact me postbus timdeboer org phone 31 0 638750828 lees mee op twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on

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  • Work Conditions | Tim.de.Boer.org
    have no spouse Is it because they are architects themselves Is it because architects do not complain because they like architecture to much or are the spouses just happy that there husbands are never home In any case according to the sources on the internet it is not the first time this happened in the gaming industry In 2004 employees were awarded millions when a similar case against EA was brought into court Comments Comments Off on Work Conditions Posted by Tim de Boer Categories Other Tags conditions english work Comments are closed Bought Archis 1986 2000 The Hague many interpretations of one space Talk with me on Twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on the built enviroment designs new options and writes about these adventures The opinions expressed are my own they do not reflect the views of my employers onderzoekt de gebouwde omgeving ontwerpt nieuwe opties en schrijft daarover De inhoud van de teksten en projecten op dit blog zijn van mijzelf Zij vertegenwoordigen niet de mening van mijn werkgevers Subjects English 10 Fragments 1 Other 3 render vs reality 4 Review 5 Tags air Almere almere 2 0 archined archis architecture Arena art artist impression

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  • conditions | Tim.de.Boer.org
    spouses against these conditions Why Is it because architects have no spouse Is it because they are architects themselves Is it because architects do not complain because they like architecture to much or are the spouses just happy that there husbands are never home In any case according to the sources on the internet it is not the first time this happened in the gaming industry In 2004 employees were awarded millions when a similar case against EA was brought into court Comments Comments Off on Work Conditions Posted by Tim de Boer Categories Other Tags conditions english work Talk with me on Twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on the built enviroment designs new options and writes about these adventures The opinions expressed are my own they do not reflect the views of my employers onderzoekt de gebouwde omgeving ontwerpt nieuwe opties en schrijft daarover De inhoud van de teksten en projecten op dit blog zijn van mijzelf Zij vertegenwoordigen niet de mening van mijn werkgevers Subjects English 10 Fragments 1 Other 3 render vs reality 4 Review 5 Tags air Almere almere 2 0 archined archis architecture Arena art artist impression bakema fellowship bijlmer bioclimatic city

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  • Bought: Archis – 1986-2000 | Tim.de.Boer.org
    nice way as The New Yorker already has done There is not even a searchable database on the subjects the magazine covered in the past Luckily the issues can still be bought secondhand And the expercience of buying it was also very good A nice recepetion with coffee and a good conversation about Architecture Thanks Marian Hans Comments Comments Off on Bought Archis 1986 2000 Posted by Tim de Boer Categories Other Tags archis books english Comments are closed Ken Yeang Bioclimatic City Vertical urbanism Work Conditions Talk with me on Twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on the built enviroment designs new options and writes about these adventures The opinions expressed are my own they do not reflect the views of my employers onderzoekt de gebouwde omgeving ontwerpt nieuwe opties en schrijft daarover De inhoud van de teksten en projecten op dit blog zijn van mijzelf Zij vertegenwoordigen niet de mening van mijn werkgevers Subjects English 10 Fragments 1 Other 3 render vs reality 4 Review 5 Tags air Almere almere 2 0 archined archis architecture Arena art artist impression bakema fellowship bijlmer bioclimatic city books brown fields casa da musica central station city conditions english fan

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  • archis | Tim.de.Boer.org
    is still not available digitally in such a nice way as The New Yorker already has done There is not even a searchable database on the subjects the magazine covered in the past Luckily the issues can still be bought secondhand And the expercience of buying it was also very good A nice recepetion with coffee and a good conversation about Architecture Thanks Marian Hans Comments Comments Off on Bought Archis 1986 2000 Posted by Tim de Boer Categories Other Tags archis books english Talk with me on Twitter My Tweets Tim de Boer conducts research on the built enviroment designs new options and writes about these adventures The opinions expressed are my own they do not reflect the views of my employers onderzoekt de gebouwde omgeving ontwerpt nieuwe opties en schrijft daarover De inhoud van de teksten en projecten op dit blog zijn van mijzelf Zij vertegenwoordigen niet de mening van mijn werkgevers Subjects English 10 Fragments 1 Other 3 render vs reality 4 Review 5 Tags air Almere almere 2 0 archined archis architecture Arena art artist impression bakema fellowship bijlmer bioclimatic city books brown fields casa da musica central station city conditions english fan flatiron forward groningen

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  • Ken Yeang – Bioclimatic City / Vertical urbanism. | Tim.de.Boer.org
    Ken Yeang designed an overall site area of 150 hectares into a footprint of just 2 hectares Regrettably the Japanese organizers of the Nagoya Expo did not opt for his proposal and this groundbreaking design was never realized When designing a specific building Ken Yeang takes the local climate as his springboard He harnesses the building to optimize the interior climate for the occupants Alongside architecture he also makes use of plants which can have a positive impact on the interior climate His use of plants on the exterior of the building to improve the interior climate is striking This spawned a hairy building whose summer interior temperature was several degrees lower than a building not covered in plants Ken Yeang also seeks to find simple solutions to ventilation and he showed a number of buildings where meticulous design and a great deal of simulation had obviated the need for air conditioning Natural ventilation was sufficient In more recent designs the sustainable nature has been visually reinforced by means of planted flyovers ecoducts that rise up the building from the immediate environment connecting the atria gardens with each other and the surrounding area Ken Yeang said that he also hoped that these ramps would attract animals In his view buildings should be used by more than one species man A compelling idea but would a roe deer really climb up to an atrium on the eight floor Whatever in the designs Ken Yeang exhibited this consideration for animal life seemed to relegate the ground plane to no more than a service level At the end of the lecture there was time for questions Ken Yeang did not answer these directly no doubt due to his Malaysian background Instead the answers were evasive or allegorical in their nature Nonetheless the public was able to learn a great deal from them It was clear that to run a successful architects firm it s not sufficient for an architect to able to draw and design but marketing accountancy and management skills were also needed Ken Yeang maintains that trust is vital in convincing a client The client must trust the architect to deliver a good design on time and within budget that meets the stated requirements and perhaps also offers something extra Unfortunately the most important question was not satisfactorily answered why have no tall buildings of this nature been realized in Rotterdam especially given the much publicized Rotterdam Climate Initiative It s certainly not to do with climate Ken Yeang also builds in Toronto Nor to do with being unknown Ken Yeang gave a lecture in Rotterdam 10 years ago setting out his vision After hearing that lecture I was convinced that Ken Yeang s eco skyscrapers would complement the current monotonous supply of tall buildings in Rotterdam and the Netherlands Tim de Boer Den Haag 10 06 2008 published on Archined translated by Nicolien Gatehouse Comments Comments Off on Ken Yeang Bioclimatic City Vertical urbanism Posted by Tim de Boer Categories

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  • English | Tim.de.Boer.org
    Posted by Tim de Boer Categories English Tags bakema fellowship city maximum security city research security Binckhorst genuine ambition or hysterical impression March 31 2013 OMA the Office for Metropolitan Architecture recently in 2008 presented a vision for the regeneration of the Hague industrial area known as Binckhorst A public debate at which the municipal authorities and OMA were conspicuous by their absence revealed that not everyone was equally enthusiastic Artist impressions dominated the debate As columnist Julius Pasgeld put it in his trenchant article In the revamped Binckhorst the buildings are all a transparent grey it s always spring and the workers take a day long lunch break He thus went straight to the heart of the matter There is no suggestion of a masterplan in the classic sense What is actually waiting for approval by the Hague city council are a series of towering ambitions artist impressions a simple zoning model a PPS development company and a colossal square metre package still to be realized Read more Comments Comments Off on Binckhorst genuine ambition or hysterical impression Posted by Tim de Boer Categories English Review Tags brown fields masterplan redevelopment The Hague A 150 million euro station March 31 2013 After ten years building and 150 million euros Amsterdam finally has a new and imposing station in Zuidoost the southeast of the city The first of a new generation of stations that are to be built in the Netherlands in the coming years Amsterdam Zuidoost is to be developed as a new centre for Amsterdam Major recreational programmes that are not suitable for the inner city such as the ArenA Stadium the Heineken Music Hall and a furniture mall are to be concentrated in this part of the city With its narrow underground passage and two small platforms the old 1976 Bijlmerstation does not fit into this vision In 1998 the doubling of the railway track between Utrecht and Amsterdam and the construction of the Utrechtboog flyover railway line were the springboard for realizing a new and striking station A station that can cope with the extra passengers The design by Grimshaw Architects architect Neven Sidor and ARCADIS Architecten architect Jan van Belkum is easy to describe The station is Read more Comments Comments Off on A 150 million euro station Posted by Tim de Boer Categories English Review Tags Arena bijlmer review Rotterdam Decentral Station March 31 2013 Construction on the new Rotterdam central station was officially launched last week with the closure of the old station But is demolishing the old and building a new one a reason for shedding a tear Not according to Tim de Boer who thoroughly enjoys the temporary station Rotterdam Decentral The blue block like boxes immediately highlight what an unusual work this is Indeed it s so radical that no architect could possibly have conceived it The different amenities that normally go to make up a station have been dispersed and spread out over the entire station area Most of

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  • Review | Tim.de.Boer.org
    the municipal authorities and OMA were conspicuous by their absence revealed that not everyone was equally enthusiastic Artist impressions dominated the debate As columnist Julius Pasgeld put it in his trenchant article In the revamped Binckhorst the buildings are all a transparent grey it s always spring and the workers take a day long lunch break He thus went straight to the heart of the matter There is no suggestion of a masterplan in the classic sense What is actually waiting for approval by the Hague city council are a series of towering ambitions artist impressions a simple zoning model a PPS development company and a colossal square metre package still to be realized Read more Comments Comments Off on Binckhorst genuine ambition or hysterical impression Posted by Tim de Boer Categories English Review Tags brown fields masterplan redevelopment The Hague A 150 million euro station March 31 2013 After ten years building and 150 million euros Amsterdam finally has a new and imposing station in Zuidoost the southeast of the city The first of a new generation of stations that are to be built in the Netherlands in the coming years Amsterdam Zuidoost is to be developed as a new centre for Amsterdam Major recreational programmes that are not suitable for the inner city such as the ArenA Stadium the Heineken Music Hall and a furniture mall are to be concentrated in this part of the city With its narrow underground passage and two small platforms the old 1976 Bijlmerstation does not fit into this vision In 1998 the doubling of the railway track between Utrecht and Amsterdam and the construction of the Utrechtboog flyover railway line were the springboard for realizing a new and striking station A station that can cope with the extra passengers The design by Grimshaw Architects architect Neven Sidor and ARCADIS Architecten architect Jan van Belkum is easy to describe The station is Read more Comments Comments Off on A 150 million euro station Posted by Tim de Boer Categories English Review Tags Arena bijlmer review Rotterdam Decentral Station March 31 2013 Construction on the new Rotterdam central station was officially launched last week with the closure of the old station But is demolishing the old and building a new one a reason for shedding a tear Not according to Tim de Boer who thoroughly enjoys the temporary station Rotterdam Decentral The blue block like boxes immediately highlight what an unusual work this is Indeed it s so radical that no architect could possibly have conceived it The different amenities that normally go to make up a station have been dispersed and spread out over the entire station area Most of the amenities are situated on the forecourt There s a music block a Burger King block and next to the interconnecting tunnel there s the large four storey main block of the Dutch Railways itself There s also a blue block on the north side of the tunnel the kiosk And with the

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