In a competition to design an art storage building in The Netherlands commissioned by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam LIAG architects was selected as one of the five architects to make a design study. The building had to fulfil several contra dictionary aspects like safety of the goods which can't cope with daylight and the wish for an open building. Another request was to run the facility with a minimum use of energy and at the same time keep the temperature range within a very narrow range in the conditioned area.
LIAG has designed a sustainable residential villa for a client. The design consists of a distinct framework, finished in Western Red Cedar cladding, that contains the different functions of the building.
The film about the "The composition with Red, Black,Yellow, Blue and Grey” by Piet Mondrian was broadcasted on August 14tn 2015. Click on the image to watch this nice film.
UNIVERcITY has been awarded third price in the International Competition for the Conceptual Master Plan Design for the Bahir Dar University
in Ethiopia. This master plan covers an area of over 500 ha consisting of 7 campuses with a total of 350.000 m2 of facilities, a cultural heritage centre of 20.000 m2 and student and staff accommodations of a total gross floor area of 200.000 m2. UNIVERcITY
is the entry by DASUDA
and INLabs design, in collaboration with LIAG.
Architect Thomas Bögl will give a course about "sustainable architecture" for students at the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences
Which elements are important, what kind of laws are relevant, and how can we develop buildings in a reasonable way? These topics will be researched with the students for a better understanding of the development of 'Sustainable Architecture'.
LIAG has completed a new business premises for NBD Biblion, an organisation that provides services for public libraries and multimedia centres in the Netherlands.
Solar City Nijmegen has been enriched with the addition of a unique and sustainable building. The I/O building, which recently became the new home of the Faculty of Education of HAN University of Applied Sciences (HAN), is the most sustainable academic building in the Netherlands. The outward appearance of the building is determined by sustainability aspects, which also respect adjacent buildings.
Along with Bureau B+B
LIAG is selected as one of three teams to participate in the redevelopment of an old industrial area (Kilen) to a sustainable neighbourhood with a positive footprint in the municipality of Ronneby
4 October 2013 • Today is the first CO2-neutral Cradle tot Cradle school building in the Netherlands officially opened.
Dutch Design on the Move (DDOTM) is a travelling pop-up exhibition which shows what Dutch creative experts can contribute to the Chinese market. During the 2012 Tour, DDOTM will visit Beijing, Hong Kong and Guangzhou in order to show at these large Chinese design events what Dutch designers have to offer.
The sports complex designed by LIAG is set to make an ongoing contribution to quality of life in the Strijp area of Eindhoven. The attractive appearance created by the multicolouredness and playfulness of the design makes the building both distinctive and inviting. The sports complex is integrated in the site by being partly enclosed in a cosy green hill. This gives the building a human scale with a high cuddle factor.
The Prinses Máxima Center for Childen's oncology will be built in the Uithof area of Utrecht The Netherlands - an ideal location with a university children's hospital (Wilhelmina Kinderziekenhuis) and an adult oncology center (UMC Utrecht Cancer Center) nearby.
On 10 November a start has being made in Nijmegen with the construction of a new building for the Education Faculty of HAN University of Applied Sciences. The building was designed by Thomas Bögl of architecture firm LIAG. Following its completion at the end of 2013 it will be the Netherlands' most sustainable education building.
ROC Mondriaan has been busily working on a sizeable (re)housing operation in recent years. Old buildings have been thoroughly renovated or replaced by new ones. Architect's office LIAG designed a new building for ROC Mondriaan in the Waldorpstraat in the Hague by order of NS Poort, the concern responsible for the operation of Dutch railway stations. The first students and staff got down to work on their studies for the first time in the new building this week.
The Hague, 13 October 2011 - Students at IJburg College in Amsterdam began the academic year in a brand new school. The combination building that houses IJburg College, a gymnasium and apartments was designed by LIAG. The sports facilities and 23 apartments are situated on the roof of the school.
The office premises of LIAG is currently undergoing a major metamorphosis. The building was built in 1910. LIAG has been the owner and user of these premises since 1992. In the past 19 years the architectural firm has experienced a great growth. One of the reasons for this internal alteration is that we have introduced a new work method, in which we work even more in a team.
LIAG received an award for the project NBHW in Alkmaar as part of the European Architecture Award 2011 Energy + Architecture in March 2011. Erik Schotte accepted the prize at the ISH Messe in Frankfurt from Michael Frielinghaus, chairman of the BDA.
With a European tender, LIAG has won the assignment for the newbuild of Schravenlant public comprehensive school in Schiedam in The Netherlands
The exhibition ‘Architecture of Consequence’ shows from September 10th untill October 24th 2010 that architecture can play a part in formulating solutions to widespread global problems, and help to build a more sustainable future.
The process of designing and formation of the fire station Alkmaar are the headlines of the exhibition, organised by the Architecture Information centre Alkmaar (AIA). Other projects of LIAG architekten en bouwadviseurs will also be exposed.