Municipal Council in Favour of Repurposing Kruithuis as Fortress and Water Museum
Over the past few years, BiermanHenket has been closely involved in the viability study into the repurposing and restoration of the seventeenth-century gunpowder magazine, the Kruithuis. Their plans have now been approved by the municipal council of ’s-Hertogenbosch and so, more than four hundred years after it was first built, this remarkable national heritage site will enter a new era as a Fortress and Water Museum!
Enthusiastic response to the final design for Museum van Bommel van Dam
The final design for Museum van Bommel van Dam has been presented. The design for the renovation of the former post office features two eye-catching contemporary interventions - a picture window on the roof and a new volume with a secondary entrance and roof terrace. The museum will be a new meeting place in Venlo.
The transformation of the former Citroëngebouw Zuid in Amsterdam has been completed! This building was designed by architect Jan Wils in 1931 and has now been restored and partly renewed into a multi-purpose building with high quality office, retail and hospitality facilities. Pon has now moved in and it is open to the public.
The façade renovation of the WTC Rotterdam has started
Renovation work on the façade to the World Trace Center in Rotterdam has recently started. BiermanHenket produced the master plan for the integral renovation and sustainability project of the listed WTC complex from 1940, designed by architect J.F. Staal. The plan will be further detailed and executed in stages. The renovation of the listed façades is one of the subplans and will involve renewing the aluminium façades, cleaning the natural stone and replacing the glass.