Doll’s House WORLD

18 November 2016 // by Furkan Kose

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Doll’s House WORLD [ POPPENHUIS’ WERELD ]

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Designed for the project ‘Doll’s House’: architects for children with mitochondrial disease.

An initiative to raise awareness for children with severe mitochondrial disease.

20 architects were asked to design a dollhouse and build one. These special dollhouses will be exhibited in the Netherlands from the end of March 2017 and will be auctioned mid-2017. There will also be a book released of this initiative and all dollhouses.

Gainings will benefit organisations like Energy4all and Stofwisselkracht, investigations of this disease will be supported by them.

The Atelier PUUUR contribution ‘DOLL’S HOUSE WORLD’ ‘is more than just a plain dollhouse. It is a spatial game for kids where childeren will be challenged over and over, and stimulated in their imagination.

The elements can be combined in infinite variety of ways, and each time there will be created another of their fantasy worlds, a village, a street, a house, a tower, a train, a dragon, a snake, a scorpion …

Follow Doll’s House project op facebook.com/d0llsh0use/

 

Model made by Studio KU+ www.studiokuplus.comProject-pics

 

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PUUUR BSH facades finished

17 November 2016 // by Furkan Kose

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Our project PUUUR BSH in Buiksloterham in Amsterdam North is finaly scaffold free! Always a great moment and we are proud of the result! tight prefabricated masonry with unique brick dimensions and color palette!Project-pics

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ATELIER PUUUR INCLUDED IN THE BOOK ‘ HET GROOT GEDENKBOEK 2016′ [ THE BIG MEMORIAL BOOK]

17 November 2016 // by Furkan Kose

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ATELIER PUUUR INCLUDED IN THE BOOK ‘HET GROOT GEDENKBOEK 2016′ [ THE BIG MEMORIAL BOOK ]

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We are pleased to announce that Atelier PUUUR is included in the publication ‘Groot Gedenkboek 2016, with two special projects of us. Projects addressing future perspectives and current challenges for the funeralworld.

Among others the Islamic funeral pavilion [winner Golden Pyramid 2014 nomination Amsterdam Architecture Prize 2013] is discussed in an extensive interview about Islamic burial in the Netherlands.

The pavilion can be visited at the New Eastern Cemetery [De Nieuwe Ooster Begraafplaast]  in Amsterdam.

From the preface: HOW DO WE REMEMBER? NOTHING REMAINS AS IT IS “Netherlands remembers now completely different from a century ago. The ritual landscape from beeing born, die, commemorate and remember loved ones will be surprisingly different from us, say, a hundred years from now. [...] Nothing remains what it is, in our minds, in our country, the familiar Dutch city decors and green countrysides evolve quickly. How? this is the subject of this book. A compact team of experts tackled this question..? how do we commemorate? They did research, visited sites, held interviews, made exhibitions with funeral professionals and with uninhibited students of spatial planning. This book portrayed in a kaleidoscopic way, the ritual landscape in the Netherlands and beyond. ”

‘HET GROOT GEDENKBOEK 2016′ [THE BIG MEMORIAL BOOK]. Memorials then, now, soon. Search through the ritual landscape “has recently been released and can be ordered here:Project-pics

 

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Atelier PUUUR with PUUUR BLOK project included in N.A.i. Architecture in the Netherlands Yearbook 2015 / 2016

13 May 2016 // by Furkan Kose

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Atelier PUUUR with PUUUR BLOK project included in N.A.i. Architecture in the Netherlands Yearbook 2015 / 2016

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Yearbook Architecture in the Netherlands in 2016 is the international showcase for Dutch architecture.

“The four-member editorial board, consisting of Tom Avermaete (Professor of Methods and Analysis, Faculty of Engineering, TU Delft), Kirsten Hannema (freelance architecture critic), Hans van der Heijden (architect) and Edwin Oostmeijer (independent developer) selects the 30 most outstanding projects in were completed last year and describes the main developments and trends affecting the production and design of the Dutch architecture.

The editorial office points out a search for an alternative way of development and a new definition of the architectural project. She sees a new group eager young architects to enter the stage of Dutch architecture. Unlike their predecessors SuperDutch, they want to refresh from the existing. Reinterpretation and radicalization of classical notions of composition, typology and tectonics are central. They emphasize the co-productive nature of the architecture instead of the architect as soloist visionary.”

 

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NOMINATION Amsterdam Architecture Price / Gouden A.A.P. 2016 for Atelier PUUUR – PUUUR BLOK !

13 May 2016 // by Furkan Kose

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NOMINATion Amsterdam ArchitecturE Price / Gouden A.A.P. 2016 for Atelier PUUUR – PUUUR BLOK !

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The Amsterdam Architecture Price (A.A.P.) is an initiative of Amsterdam Centre for Architecture [ARCAM]. The A.A.P. 2016 is awarded to the building according to a jury as best seen from all construction projects that have been completed within the municipality of Amsterdam in 2015. The jury, this year consisting of Madeleine Maaskant, architect Bart Reuser and architectural historian Marieke Berkers have nominated on ten projects. In addition to the jury prize, also a winner will be chosen by a public jury.

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WINNER Zuiderkerkprijs 2015 – Atelier PUUUR with PUUUR BLOK !

3 December 2015 // by Furkan Kose

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winner Zuiderkerkprijs 2015 – Atelier PUUUR with PUUUR BLOK !

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We are proud and delighted with this recognition.

Three projects nominated by a professional jury make chance of winning the annual prize which is awarded by the City of Amsterdam for the best completed housing project in Amsterdam.
The prize will be awarded this year for the 18th time.

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Winner of the Gouden Piramide 2014 – architecture

3 December 2015 // by Furkan Kose

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Winner of the Gouden Piramide 2014  – De nieuwe ooster cemetery , architecture – islamic funeral pavilion

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Rijksprijs voor inspirerend opdrachtgeverschap, uitgereikt aan begraafplaats en crematorium De Nieuwe Ooster in Amsterdam. De Nieuwe Ooster krijgt de prijs voor de meerjarige restauratie van het park en de gebouwen.

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3rd price Architecture Price Achterhoek 2013 for Turkish Cultural Centre [TCC] / contemporary mosque doetinchem

13 November 2013 // by Furkan Kose

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3rd price Architecture Price Achterhoek 2013 for Turkish Cultural CentrE [TCC] / contemporary mosque doetinchem

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The Achterhoek Architecture Price (A.P.A.) is an initiative of Achterhoek Architecture Foundation. The award is given to the building according to an expert jury as best seen from all construction projects in the region Achterhoek in 2013. “The Foundation Architecture Award Achterhoek wants to contribute to the promotion of the quality of architecture in the Achterhoek region.

 

 

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NOMINATED for the Amsterdam Architecture PRIZE / GOUDEN A.A.P. 2013 with ISLAMIC FUNERAL PAVILION !

13 May 2013 // by Furkan Kose

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NOMINATED for the Amsterdam Architecture PRIZE / GOUDEN A.A.P. 2013 with ISLAMIC FUNERAL PAVILION !

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The Amsterdam Architecture Prize (A.A.P.) is an initiative of Amsterdam Centre for Architecture [ARCAM]. The A.A.P. 2013 is awarded to the building according to a jury as best seen from all construction projects that were completed in 2012, within the municipality of Amsterdam.

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