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Dutch National Steel Prize 2012

Out of 158 entries and 14 nominations, six projects have been chosen in different categories. The winners were announced on 4 October 2012.

 

Characteristic Building Element
Roof for courtyard at Scheepvaart Museum, Amsterdam
Architect: Ney & Partners

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Roof for courtyard at Scheepvaart Museum, Amsterdam

Photograph: Ney & Partners

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Roof for courtyard at Scheepvaart Museum, Amsterdam

Photograph: Ney & Partners

 

Utility building
Platform coverings at Arnhem Central, Arnhem
Architect: UNStudio

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Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Platform coverings at Arnhem Central, Arnhem

Photograph: Ronald Tilleman

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Platform coverings at Arnhem Central, Arnhem

Photograph: Ronald Tilleman

 

Utility building
Bicycle parking ‘Fietsappel’, Alphen aan den Rijn
Architect: KuiperCompagnons

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Bicycle parking ‘Fietsappel’, Alphen aan den Rijn

Photograph: Jos van den Bersselaar Constructie

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Bicycle parking ‘Fietsappel’, Alphen aan den Rijn

Photograph: Jos van den Bersselaar Constructie

 

Residential building
Bag-a-Box, Almere
Architect: COURAGE architecten

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Bag-a-Box, Almere

Photograph: Pieter Kers

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Bag-a-Box, Almere

Photograph: Pieter Kers

 

Infrastructure
Railroad bridge, Hattem-Zwolle
Architect: Quist Wintermans Architekten

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Railroad bridge, Hattem-Zwolle

Photograph: Florian Schreiber Photographgrafie / SSF Ingenieure AG


Industrial building
Cleanroom building 5D ASML, Veldhoven
Architect: Van Aken architecten

Dutch National Steel Prize 2012: Cleanroom building 5D ASML, Veldhoven

Photograph: Stijn Poelstra

More photos on the website of Nationale Staalprijs 2012

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