Post Office Redevelopment - 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (Built 2010)
The 1968 dating post office on Church Street in Den Bosch consisted of a large building with a gray facade. The building did not fit the historical dimensions and building line of the buildings in the vicinity.
In the new design, the original building line restored order to bring. ancient townscape back The eaves height is lower, and the upper floor which will jump backwards so that the building appears lower. By applying on Church Street four different building types, with different styles, materials and colors a more varied picture emerges.
"It is remarkable what a dedicated and passionate community can do - this village hall was commissioned by a small village. It is quite beautiful and we are incredibly proud to be a small part of such a huge achievement. Designed and Built by Border Oak Design & Construction"