De Rietlanden Sports Facility by Slangen + Koenis Architects

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Project size: 2.500 sqm
Duration: Sept 2010 – Aug 2012
Architect: Slangen + Koenis Architects
Chief Designers: Erik Slangen, Jakko Koenis
Team: Jetske Bömer, Bart Solinger, Vincent van Draanen

This sports hall in Lelystad, the Netherlands, is coloured in fluorescent shades of green, yellow and blue. The Architect, Slangen + Koenis Architects, formally known as Koppert + Koenis Architects, has previously designed another sports hall in the Netherlands, featuring a timber-framed structure.

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A Walk on the Highline [Part 2]

Space = Architecture

Light = Architecture

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Snow Scene

Snow Scene

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Took these two photos on the way home from taking the kids to the local YMCA for floor hockey and soccer.

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Artwork of the Day

Being an Architect who is an aspiring Artist & Photographer I feel like this collage/montage demonstrates the ability of the Architect’s eye to capture light, shapes, and textures of the city on a new and interesting way. I hope that by experimenting with my skills as an Architect/Artist/Photographer I can offer a new perspective on things to my audience. I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I do.

Under the George Washington Bridge

Under the George Washington Bridge

Under the George Washington Bridge

Photography vs Artwork

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When does a photo become a piece of artwork? I feel it is when it stops being a still capture and begins telling a story.

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