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24 June 2021

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Gare Maritime wins Belgian Building Award

Neutelings Riedijk Architects is proud and happy that their project Gare Maritime has received the Belgian Building Award! This new covered neighbourhood on the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels is being praised worldwide as an exemplary project of sustainable transformation.

Gare Maritime Brussels by Neutelings Riedijk Architects
photo : Filip Dujardin / © Neutelings Riedijk Architects

Besides the Belgian Building Award in the main category Utility Building, Gare Maritime has already won several other prestigious awards, both in the fields of architecture, retail and heritage. To name a few: The ARC20 Dutch Architecture Award, the Belgian Timber Constructions Award, the Europa Nostra Heritage Award, the RES Development Award and nominations for the MIPIM Awards, Uli Awards and the EU Mies van der Rohe Award.

You can vote for Gare Maritime to win the Europa Nostra Public Choice Award.

In September 2021, the Realty Summit – Belgium’s Real Estate Fair – will take place in the Gare Maritime and Neutelings Riedijk Architects will also be present. Tuesday morning September 21th, Michiel Riedijk will lecture about the innovative wood constructions of this largest CLT (Cross Laminated Timber)-project in Europe. We hope to meet you there. Save the date!

Come and visit Gare Maritime in Brussels and enjoy the ‘Summer of Tour & Taxis’. Now that summer is just around the corner – and the COVID-19 measures are easing – more and more offices, stores and bars are opening their doors and Gare Maritime is really coming to life.

Gare Maritime Brussels Belgum building interior
photograph : Filip Dujardin / © Neutelings Riedijk Architects

Client: Extensa | Architect: Neutelings Riedijk Architects | Architectural engineering: Bureau Bouwtechniek | Structural engineer: Ney & partners | MEP & Building physics: Boydens engineering | Restoration architect: Jan de Moffarts | Landscape architect: Omgeving

26 + 20 Nov 2013

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Neutelings Riedijk Architects represented in Saint Petersburg and Moscow

Neutelings Riedijk Architects has been active in Russia through work on the flagship store in Moscow of fashion designer Valentin Yudashkin and invitations for the architectural competitions of the Polytechnic Museum Moscow and the Perm State Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre.

To follow current developments in this region Michiel Riedijk is one of the members of a roundtable discussion held at the Moscow Institute of Architecture on Friday November 21st, highlighting the achievements and opportunities in architecture and urban planning in Russia. In celebration of The Netherlands-Russia Year 2013, the exhibition The Fantastic Library will open on Saturday November 30th.

The culture house Rozet and the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision are on display at the State Russian Library Moscow until December 15th. Neutelings Riedijk Architects will present recent work in Saint Petersburg on Saturday November 22nd at a public lecture. After the lecture the guests will be able to enjoy a selection of movies during the Netherlands Architecture Film Festival.

Additionally Neutelings Riedijk Architects will also be represented at the Pro Urban Forum in Saint Petersburg on Monday November 25th at their conferences as well as part of an exhibition held during the forum organised by the Dutch Consulate. Alternatively work by Neutelings Riedijk Architects can also be seen in exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou in Paris and at the Design Shanghai, both until March 2014.

The three projects in more detail:

Moscow Polytechnical Museum
Moscow Polytechnical Museum
image from Neutelings Riedijk Architects
The Moscow Polytechnical Museum is transformed into a ‘City of Innovation’ where past, present and future of the human inventiveness come together. The nineteenth century museum will be renovated with respect to the existing qualities. The courtyard is covered to form the new heart of the museum. This central hall is opened up on all sides to connect to the public domain of the city. The glazed roof of the courtyard forms a big event hall, hovering over the museum. This multi-purpose hall creates a new public space where the techological future of Russia is represented while a spectacular panorama over Moscow city center is offered.

Program: 30.000 m2 museum
Client: Polytechnical Museum, Moscow
Status: Competition design 2011

Valentin Yudashkin Flagship store and headquarters
 Valentin Yudashkin Flagship store and headquarters
image from Neutelings Riedijk Architects
The Valentin Yudashkin Flagship store and headquarters is situated at an important crossing along Kutuzovsky Boulevard. The building has a matroesjka like box in box organization. The outer box is a fragile structure clad with the Yudashkin brand logo in coloured relief glass panes, forming a winter garden and restaurant. Inside the glass box stands a huge wooden cabinet as a precious chest that contains all the Yudashkin marvels. The heart of the cabinet is the golden room, aligned by pivoting panels and mirrors. This room is the main retail space but acts at the same time as a theatre were all kind of cultural and commercial events can be staged.

Program: 5000 m2
Client: Valentin Yudashkin, Moscow
Status: Invited competition 2007

Perm State Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre
Perm State Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre
image from Neutelings Riedijk Architects
The extension of the nineteenth century Perm State Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre is conceived as a gently stepped podium forming a continuation of the park landscape. Two objects are floating above the podium, as sculptures in the Park, next to the existing theatre. One side houses the Rehearsal Studios in a vertical element, the other side houses the new theatre room in a horizontal element. By opening the rehearsal rooms, the foyer and the theatre room to the park, a multitude of theatrical possibilities within one single complex are offered. A revolutionary machine floor and ceiling makes several theatre settings possible. Allowing the new Theatre to host all kinds of contemporary theatre productions.

Program: 33.000 m2
Client: City of Perm
Status: International Competition, 2nd prize

18 Jun 2012

Designs for International Competitions by Neutelings Riedijk Architects The MAS | Museum Aan de Stroom – in Antwerp, designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, has now been open for one year. Being a big success, the museum has welcomed 1 million visitors since its opening. Neutelings Riedijk Architects worked on several other projects for new international museums.

Last year, the office has been selected for competitions on large museum projects such as the Musée Régional in Narbonne, France, The House of European History, Brussels, and the Polytechnical Museum in the centre of Moscow. Currently, Neutelings Riedijk Architects is designing the second phase of the masterplan for the renovation and extension of the Cincinnati Art Museum; the rehabilitation of the Adams Emery Wing, with a surface of about 5.000 m2. The office has also been invited to take part in the prestigious competition for the extension of the Kunsthalle in Mannheim, Germany. The new wing, with a surface of 10.000 m2 will host the most important contemporary artists. 8 Mar 2012

Monograph of Neutelings Riedijk Architects
The new monograph of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has been published as part of the international renowned series El Croquis for the second time since 1998.
Neutelings Riedijk Architects book
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Titled ‘Neutelings Riedijk – Conventions and Identity’, this monograph will give a selected overview of projects from 2003 to 2012 and focuses on the use of ornamentation in architecture. The issue contains texts by Aaron Betsky, Michiel Riedijk and an interview by Enrique Walker with Willem Jan Neutelings and Michiel Riedijk.

Thirteen iconic projects are shown such as the MAS | Museum aan de Stroom in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, the Shipping and Transport College in Rotterdam and the ‘Walterboscomplex’ Tax Office in Apeldoorn. Also competition work is included like the Antwerp Port Coordination Center (ACC) and projects under construction such as the Culture House in Arnhem and the Culture House in Amersfoort.

Neutelings Riedijk Architects – Key Projects

Buildings by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, alphabetical:

Antwerp City Museum, Antwerp, Belgium 2000-09

Apeldoorn Tax Office, The Netherlands 2001-07 € 60M Central Tax Office office towers for Dutch Government

Breda Fire station, The Netherlands 1996-99

Casino, Utrecht, Holland 2005-09

City Hall & Library, Deventer, Holland 2006-10

The Eemhuis – cultural centre, Amersfoort, The Netherlands 2006-09

Fire Station, Maastricht, Holland 1996-99

Four Apartments, Antwerp 1988-92

Hotel / Retail development, Porte de la Villette, Paris, France 2005-09

The Kolizej Centre, Ljubljana, Slovenia 2004- International Competition 2004: 1st Prize won by Neutelings & Riedijk Facilties: theatre; offices; apartments; retail

Leuven Performing Arts Center, Holland 1998-2002

Mediacenter, Hilversum – Netherlands Institute For Sound And Vision, The Netherlands 1999-2006 Coloured relief glass facade by graphic designer Jaap Drupsteen showing key images from Dutch television € 40m

Mullerpier Apartments, Rotterdam harbour , The Netherlands 1998-2008 60 apartments
Neutelings & Riedijk with van Bergen Kolpa Architecten

Mullerpier Apartments, Rotterdam harbour, Holland 1999-2003 42 apartments, pool, retail
Neutelings & Riedijk with van Bergen Kolpa Architecten

Offices – former bicycle factory, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1999-2002

Panorama housing at Lake Gooimeer, Huizen, Holland 1993-2002 75 terraced houses

Post Office, Zichem, Belgium 1994-97 Prinsenhoek Apartments, Sittard, Holland 1992-96 32 apartments, retail space

Printshop, Ede, The Netherlands 1995-97 Serigraphed glass façade by graphic designer Karel Martens with text by Dutch poet K. Schippers For Veenman Printers, Ede

Regional Support Center for the Dutch Roads and Waterworks Departments, Harlingen, The Netherlands 1997-98

Row Houses, Tilburg, Holland 1992-96 17 terraced houses Site of former textile factory

Row Housing, Docklands, Amsterdam 1994-98 32 dwellings

Schiphol office building, Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands 1997-2001

Shipping and Transport College tower, Rotterdam harbour, The Netherlands 2001-05

Social Housing, Amsterdam 1994-98 153 housing units; day care nursery Former Water Works site

Social Housing, Gent 1993-98 120 housing units; day care centre

Sphinxes – Five apartment buildings, Gooimeer Lake, Huizen, Holland 1996-2003 Thirteen apartments in each block, 65 apartments in total

Utrecht University Centre, Utrecht, The Netherlands 1994-98

Walter Bos complex, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands 2007

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