Hotel Inntel by Wilfried van Winden

Hotel Inntel by Wilfried van Winden

Amsterdam Holland,Design-hotel,Holländisch,Die Niederlande,Die O'jays,Architektur,Niederlande,Badezimmer,Setzt

OMA completes De Rotterdam "vertical city" complex. Located on the south bank of Rotterdam's Maas river, De Rotterdam is a 150-metre structure where overlapping glazed towers accommodate apartments, offices and a hotel. It is only the fourth high-rise that OMA has completed, even though the firm has developed designs for dozens over the years.

Movie: Rem Koolhaas on De Rotterdam and OMA's tall buildings

OMA completes De Rotterdam "vertical city" complex. Located on the south bank of Rotterdam's Maas river, De Rotterdam is a 150-metre structure where overlapping glazed towers accommodate apartments, offices and a hotel. It is only the fourth high-rise that OMA has completed, even though the firm has developed designs for dozens over the years.

Fascinating Rotterdam - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Fascinating Rotterdam - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

The unique building of the Pauluskerk in Rotterdam. Made by Will Allsop Fotografie: Huib Kooyker

The unique building of the Pauluskerk in Rotterdam. Made by Will Allsop Fotografie: Huib Kooyker

http://www.markthal.nl/ Elke dag Shoppen Lunchen Eten Borrelen en Koken in de Markthal van Rotterdam

http://www.markthal.nl/ Elke dag Shoppen Lunchen Eten Borrelen en Koken in de Markthal van Rotterdam

Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.

square living : architecture : Kubuswoningen / Cube House : Piet Blom : rotterdam netherlands

Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.

The irregularly shaped balconies project from each corner of the 13-storey-high tower, which was recently completed by Rotterdam Studio 24H Architecture.

Housing Hatert by 24H architecture

The irregularly shaped balconies project from each corner of the 13-storey-high tower, which was recently completed by Rotterdam Studio 24H Architecture.

Cactus House, Rotterdam, Netherlands

15 Gravity Defying Homes From Around the World

Cactus House, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Rotterdam Market Hall is a huge marketplace and living space planned to be finished in 2014, that will house 100 market stalls, shops and restaurants, as well as apartments; designed by MVRDV

Staggered-Stacking Skyscrapers

Rotterdam Market Hall is a huge marketplace and living space planned to be finished in 2014, that will house 100 market stalls, shops and restaurants, as well as apartments; designed by MVRDV

Shipping and Transport College, Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Ken Lee 2010, via Flickr

Shipping and Transport College, Rotterdam, The Netherlands by Ken Lee 2010, via Flickr

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