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Old Posted Nov 14, 2013, 2:58 PM
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Nice article and pics of Rotterdams new central station: http://www.archdaily.com/447649/rott...traal-team-cs/
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Since I moved into the recently finished calypso tower, I have prime view on the First Rotterdam construction site:





allthough I cannot see from there that a 2nd crane will be erected here:
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Old Posted Nov 30, 2013, 9:26 PM
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Construction of the Market Hall is in full swing, the internal decoration is one of the coolest around:



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The Wilhelminapier or Kop van Zuid (South Head); twenty years ago this was basically an urban wasteland, now it's one of the main highrise clusters in Rotterdam.


Kop van Zuid / Katendrecht 2014 by zilverbat., on Flickr
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2014, 8:19 PM
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Yea that cluster looks pretty good in the daylight, too. Some bold and nice modernism in a city widely ravaged by WWII, that's pretty outstanding and inspiring, now.
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I love the de Rotterdam, at first I thought it would look like one big fat square block of a tower, but it doesn't, it looks like four individual towers, which is much better, and has a much greater impact on the size of the skyline and number of towers, and has radically increased the density of Rotterdam, with the de Rotterdam complete there is an extra four towers for the city, plus the other two or three, recently and u/c, Rotterdam is looking like a great skyline now. Good cladding too, well done Rotterdam, a couple of taller towers and Rotterdam will move ahead of Warsaw again
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The Markthal nears completion. It will be officially opened on October 1st by queen Maxima. Landmark architecture done right, imho.



See more: http://www.architectenweb.nl/aweb/re...PhotoID=307362
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