Mountain Idyll – July 2015
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Mountain Idyll – under construction 5

July 3rd 2015, The Gate and Stones are being placed at the entrance of the Mountain Idyll.

Located in Park Lingezegen between Arnhem and Nijmegen NL.

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May 6th 2015, Walls and terraces are almost finished and trees are planted.

Located in Park Lingezegen between Arnhem and Nijmegen NL.

Mountain Idyll – under construction 3

December 2nd 2014, Foundations are ready and building company DonkerGroen started with constructing the walls.

Located in Park Lingezegen between Arnhem and Nijmegen NL.

Mountain Idyll – under construction 2

October 30th 2014, Today for the first time a visit on the muddy site. Building Contractor DonkerGroen built a 1:1 mockup of the 200 meter urn wall, made of recycled standard 30x30cm paving tiles. So we could make decisions about the way how to handle the stones, balancing between regularity and irregularity.
On the site shovels are busy to shape the terraces of the mountain and preparing the lines for foundations. Very exciting to see emerging a landscape that plays with an appearing and disappearing horizon.

Located in Park Lingezegen between Arnhem and Nijmegen NL.

Hebbeltheater Berlin (1909)

Visiting HAU for the next project with Jonas Staal.
Hebbeltheater, Stresemannstrasse 29, Berlin. Made by Oskar Kaufmann (1873-1956), an Hungarian Architect.

Mountain Idyll – under construction 1

October 12th, 2014, Great news!
The Mountain Idyll as part of the plan ‘Three Idylls for Park Lingezegen’ (between Arnhem and Nijmegen in the Netherlands) is under construction. As from now on we will try to keep you updated on the developments. Planned completion in June 2015. Here are some areal views of the site. Plans are found at an earlier post for Mountain Idyll and Idylls for Park Lingezegen.

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Driving through The Hague in the Netherlands one can spot some interesting things.

A very nice entrance to an apartment building.

Kunst am Bau & the integration of a petrol station into the urban fabric.

Berlage meets Oud.

First of a series: Stone Fences.