Restoration of Rembrandt House Museum started
On 31 October, work started in Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam for the restoration and sustainability of the museum. BiermanHenket has been involved in the renovation since 2018, with retention of the monumental qualities of the 17th-century home of Rembrandt as a guiding principle. This work is the first phase of a larger master plan for the renovation and expansion of the museum.
BiermanHenket receives ERM certification as a recognized restoration architect and consultancy firm
On 1 July 2022, the Stichting Erkende Restauratiekwaliteit Monumentenzorg (ERM) awarded BiermanHenket the ERM Restoration Quality certification. This makes the office a recognized ERM restoration architect and consultancy firm.
Museum van Bommel van Dam opened!
A historic post office in Venlo has been given a new purpose as accommodation for Museum van Bommel van Dam. BiermanHenket designed the renovation, as well as two contemporary additions and the interior. The concept – from vision and design to execution – is a high-end, sustainable transformation for a future-proof and inviting museum.
City villas fill the void in Bossche city center
Two authentic city villas are being built at a beautiful location on the Dommel in the historic city center of 's Hertogenbosch. BiermanHenket designed these villas that have been carefully fitted into the context of mostly nineteenth century town houses.
Renewed lock complex Eefde is opened
Sluis Eefde has been expanded with a second chamber. This allows more ships to pass through the lock, the waiting times are reduced and the lock is no longer vulnerable due to obstructions. Because the lock with the two characteristic lifting towers from 1933 has national monument status, the new chamber had to be carefully fitted in.