Winy Maas, MVRDV - Pavillon de l`Arsenal

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Winy Maas, MVRDV - Pavillon de l`Arsenal
sommaire
Cycle de conférences « 1 architecte, 1 bâtiment »
p. 2
MVRDV - company profile
p. 3
MVRDV - Principal Architects / Founding Directors
p. 4
Didden Village
p. 5
Other projects p. 9
Project List
p. 13
Awards and Honours
p. 15
Publications
p. 16
Cycle de conférences « 1 architecte, 1 bâtiment » rappel
p. 17
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1 bâtiment
1 architecte
“histoire d’un projet - commande - contraintes construction - maîtrise d’ouvrage - métier d’architecte règlements...”
Nous avons souhaité lancer en l’an 2000, un cycle intitulé,
«1 architecte - 1 bâtiment » au cours duquel des architectes
reconnus sont venus et viendront au Pavillon de l’Arsenal
évoquer l’histoire d’un de leurs projets réalisé en France ou
ailleurs.
Ce cycle de conférence doit permettre au grand public de
comprendre comment se fait l’architecture et de lui faire
découvrir le métier d’architecte à travers l’histoire d’un
projet.
Les maîtres d’œuvre invités, français ou étrangers, présenteront chronologiquement toute l’histoire d’un de leurs
projets, de la commande jusqu’à sa réalisation et à son
appropriation par l’utilisateur.
Ces conférences permettent de mieux appréhender les
contraintes rencontrées par les maîtres d’œuvre, de découvrir les liens tissés avec le maître d’ouvrage et les différents
intervenants, de connaître les réflexions des architectes
sur la comande et sur les règlements qui varient selon les
villes, selon les pays.
Régulièrement d’autres architectes viendront ainsi nous
parler, de projets, d’échelles et de programmes différents.
Dominique ALBA
Directrice Générale du Pavillon de l’Arsenal
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MVRDV
Company Profile
MVRDV was set up in Rotterdam (NL) in 1993 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries.
In close collaboration the 3 principal architect directors produce designs and studies in the fields
of architecture, urbanism and landscape design. Early projects such as the headquarters for the
Public Broadcasting Company VPRO and the WoZoCo housing for elderly in Amsterdam brought
MVRDV to the attention of a wide field of clients and gave them international acclaim.
Realized projects include the Dutch Pavilion for the World EXPO 2000 in Hannover, an innovative business park ‘Flight Forum’ in Eindhoven, the Silodam Housing complex in Amsterdam, the
Matsudai Cultural Centre in Japan, Unterföhring office campus near Munich, the Lloyd Hotel in
Amsterdam, an urban plan and housing in The Hague Ypenburg, the rooftop - housing extension
Didden Village in Rotterdam, the cultural Centre De Effenaar in Eindhoven, the boutique shopping building Gyre in Tokyo, Veldhoven’s Maxima Medical Centre and the iconic Mirador housing
in Madrid.
The grand variety of projects continues in the work of the office. Current projects in progress or
on site include various housing projects in the Netherlands, Spain, China, France, Austria, the
United Kingdom, USA and other countries, a television centre for Zürich, a public library in Spijkenisse (NL), a central market hall in Rotterdam, a culture plaza in Nanjing, China, large scale urban
masterplans in Oslo, Norway and in Tirana, Albania, a masterplan for an eco-city in Logrono,
Spain and a research masterplan for the future of greater Paris.
The more than sixty architects, designers and staff members of MVRDV are organized into teams
headed by project leaders. In each team, different fields and scales of MVRDV’s projects are reflected, both in the (international) background of team members and in the variation of work. To
allow a wide range of commissions to be handled, special design teams are set up for individual
commissions.
Each design team is led by one of the principal architects (Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs or Nathalie
de Vries) and a senior architect / project manager. Based on the scope of the work in the different
phases designers and specialists will be added to the team. The senior architect is responsible for
the day-to-day communication and organization. The design team will be assisted by advisors in
the fields of building and installation technology, building sciences, building
management and building costs. In this way MVRDV’s generalism and verve is linked with the
specialization and thoroughness of the other team members.
At an early stage of the design process MVRDV involves as many users and advisors as viable.
Reactions to the first designs can be processed quickly, creating a high degree of support for the
design and encouraging the sort of new insights that can lead to specific innovative solutions.
MVRDV works all over the world and therefore is used to collaborate with local architects, construction groups and specialists. MVRDV has a wide knowledge and experience in working with
collective contracts, insurances and planning documents that create a base for collective
approaches. MVRDV has permanent relationships with engineering firms to activate the exchange
of up to date knowledge.
The work of MVRDV is published and exhibited worldwide and received many international
awards. The monographic publications FARMAX (1998) and KM3 (2005) illustrate the work of the
Rotterdam based office.
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MVRDV
Principal Architects / Founding Directors
Winy Maas (1959, Schijndel, The Netherlands)
RHSTL Boskoop – landscape architecture (1983)
Technical University of Delft - Architecture and Urbanism (1990, honorable mention)
Co-founder and co-director MVRDV Rotterdam
2008/- 2007/- 2006/2007 2005/- 2003/2004 2002/- 2000/- 1998/2004 1998 1997/1999 1996/1999 1995/1997 1994/1997 Director and founder of The Why Factory, research institute for the future city, Delft School of Design, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, NL
Professor in architecture and urban design, Faculty of Architecture,
Technical University of Delft NL
Herbert Baumer Distinguished Visiting professor, Austin E. Knowlton School of
Architecture, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio USA
Researcher Technical University Delft NL
Visiting professor Architectural Design, Yale University, New Haven USA
Member of the Research Board of the National Planning Office, The Hague NL
Staff member and thesis tutor Berlage Institute Rotterdam NL
Member of the program board of the National Design Group, The Hague NL
Visiting professor Technical University Vienna AU
Design tutor Architectural Association London UK
Design tutor Berlage Institute Amsterdam NL
Board member of Items Magazine NL
Member of the editorial staff of Forum NL
Jacob van Rijs (1964, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Technical University of Delft – architecture (1990, honorable mention)
Co-founder and co-director MVRDV Rotterdam
2007
2006
2005 2004 2003 2000/2001 1995/1997 1994/1997 1992/1995 Visiting professor Academy of Architecture and Urban Design Rotterdam
Visiting professor Etsam University Madrid (Universidad Politécnica)
Visiting professor Esaya University Madrid ES
Visiting professor Royal Academy of Arts Copenhagen DK
Visiting professor Tokyo Institute of Technology JP
C.F. Cullinan Visiting Chair Professor, Rice University, Houston USA
Design tutor Berlage Institute Amsterdam NL
Design tutor Akademie voor Bouwkunst Rotterdam NL
Design tutor TU Delft, Department of Architecture NL
Nathalie de Vries (1965, Appingedam, the Netherlands)
Technical University of Delft – architecture (1990, honourable mention)
Co-founder and co-director MVRDV Rotterdam
2008/-
2005/- 2005 2002/2004 2003/2006 1999/2005 Board member Graphic Design Museum Breda NL
Chief Railroad Architect for ProRail/Nederlandse Spoorwegen Utrecht NL
Morgenstern Visiting Critic Chair, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago USA
Gastprofessor Fachgebiet für Baukonstruktion & Entwerfen TU Berlin DE
Member Gestaltungsbeirat Salzburg AU
Board member Netherlands Architecture Fund, Rotterdam NL
All three principal architects regularly teach and lecture all over the world.
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Didden Village
Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2002-2007)
The first realization in MVRDV’s hometown Rotterdam is a rooftop house extension.
On top of an existing monumental house and atelier, the bedrooms are positioned as separate
houses, optimizing the privacy of every member of the family. The houses are distributed in such
a way that a series of plazas, streets and alleys appear as a mini-village on top of the
building.
Parapet walls with windows surround the new village. Trees, tables, open-air showers and benches are added, optimizing the rooftop life. By finishing all elements with a blue poly-urethane coating a new “heaven” appears. It creates a crown on top of the monument.
The addition can be seen as a prototype for a further densification of the old and existing city.
It adds a roof life to the city. It explores the costs for the beams, infrastructure, and extra finishes
and it ultimately aims to be lower than the equivalent ground price.
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Didden Village
top view
Family Didden
PLan Level 2
TP194
client
worknummer
DIDDEN VILLAGE
built
project
phase
plan-roof
1:100
drawing
scale
Dunantstraat 10
3024 BC Rotterdam NL
Postbus 63136
3002 JC Rotterdam NL
Tel: 31.10.4772860
Fax: 31.10.4773627
E-mail: [email protected]
Plan Level 1
5
10
15
Family Didden
TP194
client
worknummer
DIDDEN VILLAGE
built
project
phase
plan-roof
1:100
drawing
scale
3
3
E
Plan Level 0
Concept
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Family Didden
TP194
client
worknummer
Didden Village
roof terrace
master bedroom
(c) Rob ‘t Hart
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Didden Village
floating staircase
living room
(c) Rob ‘t Hart
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Gyre
Tokyo, Japan (2005-2007)
Shopping Centre
Parkrand
Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2000-2007)
Apartment building
(c) Rob ‘t Hart
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Mirador
Sanchinarro Madrid, Spain (2001-2005)
Apartment Building
Matsudai Cultural Village Museum
Matsudai Niigata, Japan (2002-2003)
Cultural Centre and Exhibition Space
(c) Rob ‘t Hart
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Tirana Rocks, Lakeside Masterplan
Tirana, Albania (2008/-)
Masterplan and Housing
Montecorvo Eco-City
Logroño, Spain (2008/-)
Masterplan for a carbon neutral city
(c) MVRDV
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Les Halles
Paris, France (2003-2004)
Design for the shopping centre Les Halles; competition
Expo 2000 Pavilion for the Netherlands
Hanover, Germany (1997-2000)
Exhibition Pavilion
(c) Rob ‘t Hart
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Projects
Selected Housing
2008/-
2008/-
2007 2007/- 2007/- 2007/- 2006/- 2006/- 2005/- 2005/- 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004/- 2004/- 2003 2003 2001/- 1997
Tirana Rocks, lake side neighbourhood, Tirana, Albania (concept design)
Lakeside Hall apartment building, Tirana, Albania (definite design)
Parkrand Building, 240 apartments, Geuzenveld, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Next Gene - private villa, Taiwan (definite design)
Make it Right - prototype houses to give impulse to redevelopment of flooded Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans, USA
Eendrachtsbuurt Housing, Amsterdam, Netherlands (preliminary design)
Vienna Donau City Housing, Vienna, Austria (definite design)
Gestelse Buurt Housing, Den Bosch, Netherlands (schematic design)
Westerdokseiland - Housing, Amsterdam, Netherlands (construction)
Torre Huerta apartment building, Valencia, Spain (construction)
Watervilla’s Ypenburg, 2.500 m2, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Sanchinarro Mirador, 165 apartments, Madrid, Spain (realised)
Gemini Copenhagen renovation and reconstruction of former silo, 84 apartments, Denmark (realised)
Patio Island Ypenburg, 48 family homes, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Vredehofplein, 37 dwellings and public space, Spijkenisse, Netherlands (definite design)
Lyon Confluence, masterplan + housing, offices, commercial, parking, Lyon, France (construction)
Hagen Island Ypenburg, 119 single family homes, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Silodam Westerdoksdijk apartment building, 165 dwellings, 19,000m2, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Celosia Sanchinarro building, 140 apartments, Madrid, Spain (construction)
WoZoCo housing for elderly, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Selected Public / Cultural / Mixed
2008/-
2008/-
2008/-
2007/-
2007 2007/- 2007/- 2007 2007 2007/- 2007/- 2007 2006/- 2006/- 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004/- 2004 2004 2003/- 2003 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 1997 1997 1997 Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Shopping Mall, Tilburg, Netherlands (concept design)
Swiss Television Centre, Zurich, Switzerland (definitive design)
Toptani Shopping Centre, Tirana, Albania (definitive design)
Gyre Boutique Shopping building, Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan (realised)
School of Arts for the Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, USA (schematic design)
Offices Unterföhring Park Village phase 2 - 10 office buildings, Munich, Germany (preliminary design)
New central station, Bologna, Italy (competition)
VANKE Sports Centre Dongli Lake Project, Tianjin, China (competition)
Campus Delicias, art gallery, design studios and apartments, Malaga, Spain (concept design)
Collection Building Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands (feasibility study)
Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France (concept design)
Marrion Road – 30.000 m2 mixed program, Dublin, Ireland (schematic design)
Cumberland Palace – concept 30.000 m2 mixed program, Berlin, Germany (schematic design)
4 bridges in Leiria, Portugal (realised)
The Domes Wembley, hotel, congress facilities and casino, London, United Kingdom (design for developers bid)
The Floating Tower corporate HQ, Sao Paolo Bank, Torino, Italy (competition)
Cultural Center De Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Anyang Viewing Tower, Anyang City, Korea (realised)
Urban Sofa, 275.000 m2 cinema complex, Busan, Korea (competition)
Lloyd Hotel – hotel with cultural embassy, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Market Hall, commercial, housing, parking, leisure & apartments, Rotterdam Netherlands (definite design)
Matsudai Cultural Village Museum – Cultural centre Matsudai, Niigata, Japan (realised)
Forum les Halles, Paris, France (competition)
Public Library, Spijkenisse, Netherlands (definite design)
‘Pyjama Garden’ – extension to the Maxima Medical Centre, Veldhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Brabant Central Library, ‘s Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Atelier Thonik, design company headquarter, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Media Galaxy, museum, Eyebeam Institute New York USA (competition)
Dutch Pavilion EXPO 2000, Hanover, Germany (realised)
Calveen – office building, Amersfoort, Netherlands (realised)
NET 3 - communal entrance building - Dutch Public Television, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
Villa VPRO - headquarter VPRO Public Broadcasting Corporation, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
RVU head office Dutch Public Broadcasting Corporation, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
3 Porters Lodges, National Park ‘De Veluwe’, Netherlands (realised)
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Selected Masterplanning / Urban Planning
2008/-
2008/-
2008/-
2007/- 2007/- 2007/- 2007/- 2007 2006 2006/- 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005/- 2005/- 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004/- 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003/- 2003/- Tirana Lakeside masterplan, Tirana, Albania (concept design)
Montecorvo Ecocity, carbon neutral city in Logroño, Spain (design)
Grand Paris, masterplan for greater Paris, France (study)
Masterplan Chengdu Watercity Chengdu, China (preliminary design)
BCN Business Park masterplan, Barcelona, Spain (concept design)
Jordan Misja St. masterplan 50.000 m2 mixed-use, Tirana, Albania (spatial study and program development), Tirana, Albania
Jannink Estate, redevelopment existing estate area, including housing, landscape design, Enschede, Netherlands (study)
Park Forum, urban plan 90ha business park, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Logrono Cubes, 554 homes, communal and commercial space, Logrono, Spain
Pampus Harbor Almere, masterplan for floating settlement 500 dwellings, Netherlands (study)
Monte Luce urban masterplan, Perugia, Italy (study)
Sky Village Pittsburg Waterfront, USA (study)
Istanbul Waterfront masterplan, Istanbul, Turkey (study)
Urban Plan Bubny, Prague CZ (feasibility study)
Urban plan Nieuw Leyden, 16ha inner city, Leiden, Netherlands (construction)
TEDA Fabric Plot 4 masterplan, 280,000 m2 housing and retail, Tianjin, China (construction)
Via Romanina, urban plan - housing, retail, offices, culture, parking, Rome, Italy (study)
Hoek van Holland urban plan, Hoek van Holland, Netherlands (design)
Kampen Weir, river enlargement and 6,000 homes, Kampen, Netherlands (study)
Waterwijk, 6ha masterplan housing area, Ypenburg, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Flight Forum, 66ha business park, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Monceau les Mines, re-use of a former mining site, Monceau, France (study)
Long Tan Park, 200,000 m2 housing and facilities, Liuzhou, China (schematic design)
Infra Jungle, central station area and city development, Guangzhou, China (design)
Soho City, 1,000,000m2 housing, offices, retail; Beijing, China (design)
The Weaving Village, Olympic Village 2012, New York USA (competition)
Tarra City Unterföhring, München Germany (1st phase completed, 2nd phase construction)
Bjørvika Barcode Waterfront, 220,000m2 mixed program, Oslo Norway (construction)
Realised Projects and Projects On Site
2007 2007 2007 2006 2005/- 2005/- 2005/- 2005/- 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004/- 2004/- 2004 2004 2003/- 2003/- 2003/- 2003 2003 2003 2001/- 2001 2000 2000 2000 1997
1997 1997 1997 Parkrand Building, 240 apartments, Geuzenveld, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Park Forum, urban plan 90ha business park, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Gyre Boutique Shopping building, Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan (realised)
4 bridges in Leiria, Portugal (realised)
Westerdokseiland - Housing, Amsterdam, Netherlands (construction)
Urban plan Nieuw Leyden, 16ha inner city, Leiden, Netherlands (construction)
Torre Huerta apartment building, Valencia, Spain (construction)
TEDA Fabric Plot 4 masterplan, 280,000 m2 housing and retail, Tianjin, China (construction)
Waterwijk, 6ha masterplan housing area, Ypenburg, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Watervilla’s Ypenburg, 2.500 m2, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Sanchinarro Mirador, 165 apartments, Madrid, Spain (realised)
Patio Island Ypenburg, 48 family homes, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
Gemini Copenhagen renovation and reconstruction of former silo, 84 apartments, Denmark (realised)
Flight Forum, 66ha business park, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Cultural Center De Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Anyang Viewing Tower, Anyang City, Korea (realised)
Market Hall covered market, commercial, housing, parking, leisure and apartments, Rotterdam Netherlands (definite design)
Lyon Confluence, masterplan + housing, offices, commercial, parking, Lyon, France (construction)
Matsudai Cultural Village Museum – cultural centre Matsudai, Niigata, Japan (realised)
Lloyd Hotel – hotel with cultural embassy, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Tarra City Unterföhring, München Germany (1st phase completed, 2nd phase construction)
Public Library, Spijkenisse, Netherlands (groundbreaking expected)
Bjørvika Barcode Waterfront, 220,000m2 mixed program, architectural plan of 55,000m2, Oslo Norway (construction)
Silodam Westerdoksdijk apartment building 165 dwellings, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Hagen Island Ypenburg, 119 family homes, The Hague, Netherlands (realised)
‘Pyjama Garden’ – extension to the Maxima Medical Centre, Veldhoven, Netherlands (realised)
Celosia Sanchinarro apartment building 140 apartments, Madrid, Spain (construction)
Atelier Thonik, design company headquarter, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
NET 3 - communal entrance building - Dutch Public Television, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
Dutch Pavilion EXPO 2000, Hanover, Germany (realised)
Calveen – office building, Amersfoort, Netherlands (realised)
WoZoCo housing for elderly, Amsterdam, Netherlands (realised)
Villa VPRO - headquarter VPRO Public Broadcasting Corporation, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
RVU head office Dutch Public Broadcasting Corporation, Hilversum, Netherlands (realised)
3 Porters Lodges, National Park ‘De Veluwe’, Netherlands (realised)
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Awards and Honours
2007
Nomination bi-anual Dirk Roosenburg Award for Cultural Center the Effenaar as best building over the last 2 years realized within the Municipality of Eindhoven
Nomination for the Weinburger Architecture Award 2007 for Parkrand Building
Amsterdam and for the Hagen Island housing in Ypenburg
2006 Sanchinarro Mirador - 1st prize for best new housing awarded by Municipality of Madrid
“Space and Mobility Award 2006” for Flight Forum Eindhoven
2005 The Marcus Corporation Foundation Prize – The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning, USA - awarded for complete work
City of Copenhagen Award for the Frosilo apartments as best new building in Copenhagen
2004 Amsterdam Prize for the Arts 2003 – awarded for complete work
2003 Nomination Architectuurprijs Almere 2003 for TopTower Almere
Finalist Mies van der Rohe Award for Contemporary Architecture for Hageneiland
Nomination LAI-prijs 2004 (Lensvelt Architecture Institute) for Restaurant Lute, Oudekerk aan de Amstel
2002 NAI prize 2002 (Netherlands Architecture Institute) Rotterdam for Hageneiland, Ypenburg
2001 The Dutch pavilion Expo 2000 in Hanover is selected for the European Union Prize for
Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award
Nomination for the Dutch Pavilion for the World Architecture Awards as one of the five best buildings in the Northern area.
2000 Fritz Schumacher Preis awarded for complete work of MVRDV, Alfred Toepfer Stiftung, Hanover, Germany
J.A. van Eckprijs awarded by the BNA (Dutch Architects Association), 1st prize for the
Wozoco project as the design that in the last 5 years has best integrated structure in a building, BNA, Amsterdam
International Media Art Prize, honourable mention for the Metacity/Datatown project, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
1999 Belmont Prize by the Forberg Schneider Stiftung for the Dutch pavilion Expo 2000
Finalist for the VI Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture for WoZoCos
1998 Honourable Mention Nationale Staalprijs for Double House Utrecht
1997 Concrete Award from the Betonvereniging for Villa VPRO, Hilversum
Merkelbach Award from the Amsterdam Fund for the Art for WoZoCos, Amsterdam
Dudok Award from the Municipality of Hilversum for the Villa VPRO, Hilversum
Finalist of the 1997 Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture for 3 Porters’ Lodges, Hoge Veluwe National Park
1996 Nomination for the Heuvelink Architecture Award Arnhem for three Porters’ lodges
1993 Nomination for the Art Incentive Award from the Municipality of Amstelveen
1992 Nomination for the Frans Hals Award for exhibition design
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Publications
Since 1991 projects of MVRDV have been published in numerous architectural magazines, art
magazines, newspapers and books all over the world. MVRDV’s first design Berlin Voids for
example has been published in 32 countries. In the early years especially Villa VPRO, WoZoCo’s
and the Dutch pavilion received worldwide media attention.
Over the last decade, the work of MVRDV has been published in many nationally and internationally
acclaimed magazines, such as:
De Architect • Archis • Architektuur & Bouwen • Arch+ • Le Moniteur Architecture • AMC, Arquitectos • Arquitectura Viva • Quaderns • l’ Architecture d’Aujourd’hui • Bau • Building Design
• Bauwelt • Bouwwereld • Cobouw • Blauwe Kamer • Plan • Egg Magazin • Stadtforum Berlin
• Domus • Items • Topos • Zodiac • Frame • Deutsche Bauzeitschrift DBZ • Korean Architects
KA • Baumeister • Detail • Space Design SD • AA files • Werk • Bauen+Wohnen • Arquitetura
& Urbanismo AU • Blueprint • Architektur + Wettbewerbe AW • Bouwen met Staal • World
Architecture • Techniques & Architecture • A+ U • Quaderns • Wallpaper magazin • Tec 21 •
Wiederhall
Publications by MVRDV
2007 Sky Car City (Actar, Barcelona)
Space Fighter (Actar, Barcelona)
2005 KM3 (Actar, Barcelona)
2003 Cite Clime / The Climatizer (CSI, Paris)
Five Minutes City – Architecture and [im]mobility (Episode publishers, Rotterdam)
2002 The regionmaker - Rhein Ruhr City (Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern)
2000 Costa Iberica – Upbeat to the leisure city (Actar, Barcelona)
1999 MetaCity/Datatown (010 publishers, Rotterdam)
1998 FarMax (010 publishers, Rotterdam)
1992 Statics (office publication)
MVRDV also collaborated on the book Avenir Suisse (Birkhäuser, 2003)
Publications on MVRDV
2007 A+U - MVRDV files II
2003 Reading MVRDV (NAI Publishers, Rotterdam)
2003 ElCroquis MVRDV 1991-2002 - monograph
2002 El Croquis MVRDV 1997-2002 - monograph
A+U - MVRDV files I - monograph
1999 [email protected] (Actar, Barcelona)
1997 El Croquis MVRDV 1991-1997 (monograph)
cycle de conférences « 1 architecte, 1 bâtiment »
rappel des conférences précédentes, disponibles au Salon Vidéo du Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Massimiliano Fuksas, Italie, Maison des Arts de Bordeaux
2008 MVRDV, Winy Maas, Didden Village, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Mario Cucinella,
CentreTour
de Direction
Forum,
Christian
de Portzamparc,
LVMH, New
York, Rimini, Italie
Yona Friedman, Les ponts de Shanghai
Dominique Perrault , Piscine et le Vélodrome Olympiques , Berlin
2007 Finn Geipel, LIN FINN GEIPEL + GIULIA ANDI, Alvéole 14, Transformation de la Base sous-marine de Saint-Nazaire
FOA, Farshid
Moussavi,
JohnEuropéen,
Lewis Department
Architecture
Studio,
Parlement
Strasbourg Store, Leicester, United Kingdom
Rudy Ricciotti, Le Pavillon Noir, Centre Chorégraphique National d’Aix-en-Provence
Patrick
Berger,
Siège de Logements
l’UEFA, Nyon,
Suisse Rennes, France
Manuelle
Gautrand,
«Solaris»,
FranckTschumi,
Hammoutène,
Extension de
dedes
Ville
de Marseille
Bernard
École d’Architecture
del’Hôtel
la Ville et
Territoires,
Marne-la Vallée
2006 Edouard François, Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière, Paris
Henri
maison
JeanCiriani,
Nouvel,
Tourprivée,
Agbar,Pérou
Barcelone, Espagne
Plot
Architecture,
Julien
de
230 logements,
William Alsop, U.K., BibliothèqueSmedt,
de Peckham,
Londres Copenhague, Danemark
2005 Bernard Tschumi, Siège et Manufacture de Vacheron Constantin, Genève, Suisse
Willem
Neuteling,
Bâtiment
Minnaert, Université
d’Utrecht, Pays-Bas
LouisJan
Paillard,
EcoleHollande,
supérieure
des Beaux-Arts
de Valenciennes
Inaki Abalos, Tour Woermann, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Espagne
Manuel Gausa, Actar Arquitectura, Espagne, M’House, des logements à la carte, Nantes
Dick Van Gameren, Dutch Embassy, Addis Abeba, Ethiopie
Félix
Claus,
Agence Norddeutsche
Claus en Kaan Architekten,
Cimetière Zorgvlied,
Stefan
Behnisch,
LandesbankHollande,
am Friedrichswall,
Hanovre,Amsterdam
Allemagne
Toyo Ito, Tod’s Omotesando, Tokyo, Japon
Annette Gigon, Agence Gigon/Guyer, Suisse, Musée Liner, Appenzel
Jean-Marc Ibos et Myrto Vitart, Maison des adolescents, Paris et Caserne des Sapeurs-Pompiers, Nanterre
Luis Carrilho
Da et
Graca,
Portugal,
Pavillon
de national
la Connaissance
des Mers,
Lisbonne
2004 Joao
Antoinette
Robain
Claire
Guieysse,
Centre
de la Danse,
Pantin
Massimiliano Fuksas, The new Milan Trade Fair, Italie
Alfredo Paya Benedito, Espagne, Musée de l’université San Vincente del Raspeig, Alicante
Hans-Walter Müller, Volume Chaillot II, Paris, architectures gonflables
NOX Ferrater,
Architects,
Lars Spuybroek,
Maison
Folie, Lille
Carlos
Espagne,
Hôtel, Palais
de Catalogne,
Fitness Center, Barcelone
Peter Stutchbury, Bay House, Sydney, Australie
Mark Goulthorpe, dECOi architect(e)s, U.K., façade de l’Opéra, Birmingham
2003 Daniel Libeskind, World Trade Center, New York, USA
Philippe
Barthélémy
et Sylvia
Grino,
Kowa Building,
Xaveer
de Geyter,
Belgique,
Maison
à Brasschaat,
Antwerp Kobé, Japon
Jacques Moussafir, UFR Arts PARIS 8, St-Denis
Francis
Immeuble
de logements,
RémySoler,
Marciano,
le gymnase
Ruffi,Clichy
Marseille
2002 Nicolas
IsabelMichelin,
Hérault et
Yves
Arnod,
la
patinoire
Sud”
de Grenoble
LABFAC, Maison des Services“Pole
Publics,
Montfermeil
David Trottin et Louis Pailllard, PÉRIPHÉRIQUES, maison MR, Pomponne, et maison icône, Montreuil
Louisa
Hutton,
sauerbruch
architectes,
siège socialFrance
GSW, Berlin
François
Roche,
R&Sie...hutton
, maison
Barak, Sommières,
Anne Lacaton
et Jean-Philippe
Vassal,
site de
créations contemporaines, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Shigeru
Ban, Japon,
Pavillon du Japon,
Hanovre
2000
Marc Mimram, La Passerelle Solférino et le Passage des Tuileries, Paris
Dominique
Lyon,
« Les
Tilleuls
» 55»logements
P.L.A.,P.L.A.,
GagnyGagny
Dominique
Lyon,
« Les
Tilleuls
55 logements
2001 Marc
Shigeru
Ban, Japon, Pavillon du Japon, Hanovre 2000, Allemagne
Mimram, La Passerelle Solférino et le Passage des Tuileries
Louisa Hutton, Sauerbruch Hutton Architectes, siège social GSW, Berlin, Allemagne
Anne
Lacaton
et Jean-Philippe
Vassal,des
siteServices
de créations
contemporaines,
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Nicolas
Michelin,
LABFAC, Maison
Publics,
Montfermeil
Francis Soler, Immeuble de logements, Clichy
François Roche, R&Sie... , maison Barak, Sommières, France
Xaveer de Geyter, Maison à Brasschaat, Antwerp, Belgique
David
Trottin
et Louis dECOi
Pailllard,
PÉRIPHÉRIQUES,
MR et
maison icôneU.K.
Mark
Goulthorpe,
architect(e)s,
façade maison
de l’Opéra,
Birmingham,
Carlos Ferrater, Hôtel, Palais de Catalogne, Fitness Center, Barcelone, Espagne
Isabel Hérault et Yves Arnod, la patinoire “Pole Sud” de Grenoble
Alfredo Paya Benedito, Musée de l’université San Vincente del Raspeig, Alicante, Espagne
JoaoMarciano,
Luis Carrilho
Da Graca,
Rémy
le gymnase
Ruffi,Pavillon
Marseillede la Connaissance des Mers, Lisbonne, Portugal
Annette Gigon, Agence Gigon/Guyer, Musée Liner, Appenzel, Suisse
Jacques Moussafir, UFR Arts PARIS 8, St-Denis
Félix Claus, Agence Claus en Kaan Architekten, Cimetière Zorgvlied, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
ManuelBarthélémy
Gausa, Actar
Arquitectura,
Espagne,
M’House,
logements à la carte, Nantes
Philippe
et Silvia
Grino, Kowa
Building,
Kobé -des
Japon
2000 Willem Jan Neutelings, Bâtiment Minnaert, Université d’Utrecht, Pays-Bas
Daniel
Libeskind,
World Trade Center,
New York
William
Alsop, Bibliothèque
de Peckham,
Londres, U.K.
Hans
Hollein,
Complexe
scolaire
de
New
Donau
City, Vienne, Autriche
Peter Stutchbury, Bay House, Sydney
Henri Ciriani, maison privée, Pérou
NOX
Architects,
LarsÉcole
Spuybroek,
Maisonde
Folie,
Lilleet des Territoires, Marne-la-Vallée
Bernard
Tschumi,
d’Architecture
la Ville
Patrick Berger,
Siège
de l’UEFA,
Nyon,
Suisse
Hans-Walter
Müller,
Volume
Chaillot
II, architectures
gonflables
Christian de Portzamparc, Tour LVMH, New York, USA
Massimiliano
new Milan
Trade Fair
ArchitectureFuksas,
Studio, The
Parlement
Européen,
Strasbourg
Dominique Perrault, Piscine et le Vélodrome Olympiques, Berlin, Allemagne
Antoinette Robain et Claire Guieysse, Centre national de la Danse, Pantin
Massimiliano Fuksas, Maison des Arts de Bordeaux
Jean-Marc Ibos et Myrto Vitart, Maison des adolescents, Paris - Caserne des Sapeurs-Pompiers, Nanterre
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