Phase 2a of Valley 21 is official!

A few weeks ago, Stijlgroep was invited by developer Building The Future for the design process of Project Valley 21 in Vama Buzaului, Romania. Last week we reached a new milestone in the […]

A facelift for the Market Square of Nuremberg

Next to renowned offices such as WES&Partner, LATZ + PARTNERS, Levin/ Monsingny, and Schegk, Stijlgroep landscape and urban design has participated in the competition for the Main Market and Fruit Market (Haupt- und […]

No Man’s Land / Every Mans Land

Feijenoord (Rotterdam/ The Netherlands): a lively neighbourhood Abandoned, neglected unused dreary, bleak and gray or overgrown, impenetrable, inaccessible A lot of urban brown fields present themselves that way but in truth are those […]

Google Street View proves a working concept

The phenomenon called Google Street View is part of our internet society for a few years now. We use it for travelling, work, and even art projects. Over the years it has become […]

From bottom to top – a design approach upside down

The classical design process is the most familiar to all of us: client’s asking for our professional help for their schema what ever nature it might be. Especially working together with governmental institutions […]

Urban bouldering

Holland is not exactly a country of hills and mountains, but rather a big ‘bathtub’ (considering the fact that more then 50% of the land is below sea level). So it is no […]

Stijlgroep and the biggest Hindu temple of Europe.

Winning the contest. Together with Mahler Vastgoed (developer) and Dynamic Spaces (feel good architect), Stijlgroep joined a competition at the end of 2010 to create a temple in Laakhaven-west in The Hague, which […]

Bringing back society to the mental institutions

The combination of society and psychiatric institution sites On Friday 12 November 2010, a very interesting symposium on the redevelopment of psychiatric institutions was held in Zeist. The symposium focused primarily on the […]