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Our Readers’ Favourites: The Most Popular DETAIL-online Articles in March

In March, our readers were particularly enthusiastic about the following three contributions.

A Residential Complex in the Potato Field: Nine Family Units in Almere

In the Oosterwold district of Almere, bureauSLA and ZakenMaker have realized an unconventional building-complex project for nine families: it has a single storey, is about 100 metres long and stands in the middle of a potato field.

Client: Stichting Bosveld (Frode Bolhuis)
Architects: bureau SLA, ZakenMaker
Engineers: Van Zuilen Constructie Advies, Nieuwegein & W2N engineers, Drachten
Location: Emile Durkheimweg, Almere (NL)

Further information:
Project management: Frode Bolhuis
Contracting business: Bouwbedrijf Siemensma, Surhuisterveen
Sustainability counselor: Van der Weele Advies, Groningen

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Like a rock in the woods: Single-family residence by DDM Architectuur

The Belgian practice DDM Architectuur has designed a residence near Antwerp that is as unconventional as it is fascinating. The result – House Bras – blends in with the surrounding landscape like a rock in the woods. Idyllic views out to the surrounding vegetation, a dynamic ground plan and painstaking planning down to the last detail are the ingredients for the unique residential building.

Client: Privat
Architect: DDM Architectuur
Location: Antwerpen (BE)

Converting to digital systems: How architectural firms are dealing with the corona crisis

An interview with Allmann Sattler Wappner Architects on the changed working day in times of Corona.

How has everyday life in your office changed?
97% of 140 employees have been working from home office since last week. What we wanted to try out as a test suddenly became reality in the course of the week. The infrastructure was built up with a lot of energy and is running well. Communication takes place via telephone and video conferencing in a separate app with a corresponding project and various channels. The office is in principle physically closed.

How do you deal with the Corona crisis – do your projects continue?
We cannot yet make a final assessment of how the project situation will develop. The daily changes in the way the Corona crisis is handled will certainly spread to the construction sector at some point. However, at the moment we do not have the dramatic changes as in other sectors.

Architects: Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten

Interview: Leoni Spies

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