Journal

oct.’18 terrace pavilion Big Green Egg completed

The terrace pavilion adds a cozy place to the Big Green Egg Europe building in De Lier. A barbecue happens outdoors and Big Green Egg Europe on a regular base invites importers and re-sellers from 42 countries to De Lier to present and demonstrate the kamado’s. This terrace pavilion provides a covered space to cook, eat,

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sept.’18 Big Green Egg building opened

On september 14th 2018 the office building we designed for Big Green Egg Europe was officially opened with a great party. Wessel Buddingh’, director of Big Green Egg Europe, first contacted us early 2016. During that first meeting there was that rare special spark between the client and the designers. With a crystal clear vision,

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jul’18 design Stacked Tower Amsterdam Sloterdijk approved

Just before the summer holidays the design for the Stacked Tower was approved by the client Eigen Haard and the Supervision Team of the City of Amsterdam. more info projectlink stacked tower During summer we started the final design phase of the project in which the BIM model will be produced. Construction is planned to commence

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may’18: Big Green Egg building nears completion

The planting of the tree in the patio of the Big Green Egg building was a symbolic moment for the client and for Team Paul de Vroom + Sputnik. The full grown tree was lifted by crane and hoovered some time above the building, before landing on the exact center point of the patio. On May

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april’18: Green light for commencing design of WoZoCo in The Hague

Last week we started on the design of a “woon zorg complex” (housing for care dependent tenants) in The Hague for housing association Staedion. The program consists of 10.000 m2, 120 apartments and commercial/ communal spaces. We have been anticipating this one for some time and we are very happy to start the design. Team

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jan.’18: participation in design team for Moscow Renovation Project

In June 2017, the Moscow Duma unanimously approved the demolition of more than 4,000 apartment blocks in various sites across Moscow city, home to nearly 2 million people. Most of this housing is privately owned, the consequence of the privatisation of state housing after the collapse of the Soviet Union. It has been a highly controversial decision,

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