“Mecanoo’s extravaganza – completed well within time and comfortably below budget – is a revelation.”

Jonathan Glancey, architectural critic, The Telegraph 

Special Commendation for Kaap Skil Museum, European competition of the Luigi Micheletti Foundation

Texel, the Netherlands

La Llotja Theatre and Conference Centre

The building's horizontal form allows for a large garden on the roof, while under its cantilevers begins an event square

A People's Palace: The Library of Birmingham and Other Buildings for the Public

This exhibition will travel around the world - watch this space!

Historical city map graces the vaulted ceiling of Delft’s new train station

Delft, the Netherlands

Montevideo

In 2005 Montevideo was the highest residential tower in the Netherlands

Latest News

New Noorderpoort School Opens in Stadskanaal

New Noorderpoort School Opens in Stadskanaal

25.11.2014
On Friday November 21st, the new building for the (pre)-vocational secondary education school Noorderpoort and Ubbo Emmius in Stadskanaal, the Netherlands, officially opened. Mecanoo designed the multifunctional building, its interior and the adjoini... read more
National Manifestation Heat in the Delta

National Manifestation Heat in the Delta

24.11.2014
Francine Houben will speak about internationalisation and Mecanoo’s Library of Birmingham during the national manifestation on public clientship and design “Hitte in de Delta” (Heat in the Delta) in Amsterdam on November 28th, 2014.... read more
Francine Houben at Apeldoorn conference in Liverpool

Francine Houben at Apeldoorn conference in Liverpool

10.11.2014
Francine Houben is one of the fifty Dutch delegates at this year’s Apeldoorn conference, held in Liverpool from Sunday 16 to Tuesday 18 November 2014. The theme of the thirteenth Apeldoorn conference is Art Works: Exploring the Social and Econo... read more
First train goes through Delft railway tunnel

First train goes through Delft railway tunnel

05.11.2014
For the first time ever, a train drove through the new railway tunnel of Delft on Saturday November 1st. It marked the next step in the city’s major redevelopment which puts the existing railway tracks underground, making room for a new station... read more
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