Mountain Idyll update
Architecture, Landscape

date/ Summer 2016
photography/ Berdie Olthof
design/ EventArchitectuur x Feddes Olthof landscape architects

Water Idyll update

date/ Spring 2016
photography/ Jeroen Bosch
design/ EventArchitectuur x Veenenbosch & Bosch

Mountain Idyll in Park Lingezegen – Taking Strolls

Taking strolls at the Mountain Idyll in Park Lingezegen between Arnhem and Nijmegen NL.
Different dates from 25th of June to 14th of July.

IFFR Office (drawings)

IFFR Office (renovation)

client/ International Filmfestival Rotterdam, Rutger Wolfson
date/ may 2014
location/ Karel Doormanstraat 278b, Rotterdam
design/ Herman Verkerk, Paul Kuipers & Michiel Zegers
production/ Klief (Rob den Dulk et al.)
plants (surviving the IFFR 2014)/ Frank Bruggeman
photography/ Johannes Schwartz

Mountain Idyll in Park Lingezegen

In cooperation with landscape architects Berdie Olthof and Nanne Bouma of Feddes Olthof.

location / near Elsterbrug and the river Linge in Elst, Overbetuwe

Water Idyll in Lingezegen Park

In cooperation with landscape architects Jeroen Bosch en Tim de Weerd of Veenenbos & Bosch.

location / Waterrijk in Overbetuwe

Forest Idyll in Lingezegen Park

Forest idyll forms a trio with the Mountain idyll & Water idyll.
This idyll is still in the design stage, the other two are ready to be executed in the park called Lingezegen. This park of 1200 acres is located between two Dutch towns, Arnhem & Nijmegen. The forest idyll design is proposed now on a former castle garden in the village of Ressen, Lingewaard. The location might be changed, not the concept.

Designed in cooperation with landscape architect Astrid Harsveld from DLG.

Playboy Architecture

client/ Bureau Europa & Princeton University
curator/ Beatriz Colomina
date/ 29 september till 10 february 2013
location/ Bureau Europa, Maastricht, NL
design/ Herman Verkerk & Paul Kuipers
production/ Brand, Broek & Erkens i.s.m. Landstra & De Vries
graphic design/ Experimental Jetset
photography/ Johannes Schwartz

Re-Hygiene into ‘Garden Shed’

Re-use of material of the Hygiene exhibition into a garden shed at Marres ccc, Maastricht.