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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Today's archidose #633

Here are some photos of the Traverse Hilversum in Hilversum, Netherlands, by Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten (2011). Photographs are by Klaas Vermaas.

hilversum traverse mediapark station hilversum noord 02 2011 meyer_v schooten (stephensonln)

hilversum traverse mediapark station hilversum noord 09 2011 meyer_v schooten (stephensonln)

hilversum traverse mediapark station hilversum noord 04 2011 meyer_v schooten (stephensonln)

hilversum traverse mediapark station hilversum noord 07 2011 meyer_v schooten (stephensonln)

hilversum traverse mediapark station hilversum noord 10 2011 meyer_v schooten (stephensonln)

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1 comment:

  1. I think this pieces material palette is fitting of the environment within which it sits and works well as a symbol of technological advancement with that of the railway and what not. On Meyer en Van Schooten's website it states that the internal timber boarding inside gives the interior a “warm and welcoming and environment”, this I don't agree with and believe that the interior in daytime hours is a cold and unresponsive environment. At night this is all change and with the lighting scheme employed in the design feels more welcoming and creates a mood of the space.

    All in all though a nice scheme that works well with its context and the constraints of the site.

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