EHA & Atelier Van Berlo have been selected to jointly design Het Streek, a new school for 1.500 students in the city of Ede, near Arnhem. Our design proposal aims to create the conditions for the Het Streek-community to become an even more close-knit community. »

The latest extension for the IMd HQ is a 3D-printed meeting room on top of one of the existing crane tracks. »

For over 15 years, the structural engineers of IMd and architects of Ector Hoogstad Architecten have worked together on various large scale developments. »

Part of a large development in the north of Amsterdam, Hyperion was the first building in a row to be completed. »

ENTER Amsterdam is the result of a remarkable transformation of four former office buildings into two residential blocks. »

For DIFFER – the home of researchers of nuclear fusion and solar fuels – Ector Hoogstad Architecten designed the first Laboratory building in the Netherlands to be awarded a BREEAM Excellent certif »

At the Utrecht Science Park, Ector Hoogstad Architecten designed a new, significant extension to and renovation of the existing David de Wied building. »

The new innovation center for the agro-industrial cooperative Royal Cosun is an inspiring building where employees work on the development of new products and applications based on plant based raw »

Auris helps people who are deaf or who have a hearing impairment or a language development disorder. »

The new Da Vinci College feels and functions like a miniature city. Every pupil belongs with one of the four houses: Hospitality and Business, Care and Welfare, Technique and Practical Education. »

The Biotech Training Facility teaches international students and professionals about pharmaceutical production and quality using Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). »

The 10.000 m2 ‘W-Hal’ was built in 1958, as a large, flexible space for machinery and experiments. »

The building is the welcoming heart of Brightlands Chemelot Campus, open to all occupants and visitors of the campus. »

The natural landscape leads the design choices in this proposal for an educational cluster on the hilly landscape of Joinville, in the Haute-Marne department. »

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