Paviljoen Puur at Fort Diemerdam by Emma Architecten

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Emma Architecten have completed a new visitors pavilion and cafe at Fort Diemerdam in Amsterdam. Paviljoen Puur is constructed over the plot of the old soldier’s shelter and the new plan was derived from the footprint of the original building. Architect Marten de Jong told Dezeen how the curves of the landscape inspired the undulating curves of the wooden walls, which angle in different directions so that in some places they face the ground and in others they point up towards the sky. Take a look!
Paviljoen Puur

Paviljoen Puur

Paviljoen Puur

Paviljoen Puur

Visitors pavilion

Visitors pavilion

Paviljoen Puur at Fort Diemerdam

Paviljoen Puur at Fort Diemerdam

Urban design

Urban design

Emma Architecten

Emma Architecten

Paviljoen Puur

Paviljoen Puur

Creative house

Creative house

Emma Architecten

Emma Architecten

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Posted by creoflick 7 years, 4 months ago from: http://www.emma-architecten.nl/

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