• Location
  • The Netherlands
  • Scale
  • L
  • Period
  • 1990 - present day

Over the years H+N+S projects have been realised throughout the Netherlands. Of Some of these projects aerial photographs have been made. On this page you can fly through the work of H+N+S.

RWZI Hilversum

Sewage treatment plant Hilversum

Next to the old sewage treatment plant - now a new residential area under construction - the new sewage treatment plant of Hilversum has been built. The closed area is still very integrated to its environment, the new terrain flowing seamlessly into the adjoining Goois Nature Reserve. 

RWZI Hilversum (foto: Siebe Swart)
RWZI Hilversum (foto: Siebe Swart)
RWZI Hilversum (foto: Siebe Swart)

Maasvlakte 2

Landscape Plan Maasvlakte 2

The objective of the Port Authority was to extend the port area through expansion of the Maasvlakte, combined with the creation of space for recreation and nature. The Maasvlakte is developing as an important site for natural and recreational activity. View the project >

Maasvlakte 2 (photo: Siebe Swart)
Maasvlakte 2 (photo: Siebe Swart)
Maasvlakte 2 (photo: Siebe Swart)

National Military Museum

NMM Soesterberg

The Soesterberg Airbase, previously closed to public access, was opened in 2015 as the new, National Military Museum. The museum building itself, and the surrounding natural landscape, seamlessly merge into one another to create an accessible, informative and reflective space where the public can learn more about the history of the Dutch armed forces. View the project >

National Military Museum, Soesterberg (photo: Siebe Swart)
National Military Museum, Soesterberg (photo: Siebe Swart)
National Military Museum, Soesterberg (photo: Siebe Swart)

St. Hubertus Hunting Lodge

REDEVELOPMENT OF GARDEN AND PARK AT SAINT HUBERTUS HUNTING LODGE

At the beginning of the twentieth century, the wealthy Kröller-Müller couple realised their dream with the construction of their incredible, exclusive country estate on the Veluwe. The estate is now open to the public, and the lodge itself has recently been completely renovated. Visitors can once again walk amongst the ponds and gardens, as was intended by the Dutch architect Berlage one hundred years ago. View the project >

St. Hubertus hunting lodge (photo: Siebe Swart)
St. Hubertus hunting lodge (photo: Siebe Swart)
St. Hubertus hunting lodge (photo: Siebe Swart)

Room for the Rivier Nijmegen

Room for the Rivier Nijmegen

This is the most complex project within the Room for the River programme. By constructing a bypass channel, an elongated island is created in the river Waal, between the historic centre and the north shore of the Waal River. Several new bridges improve the connectivity of the area. The island and bypass channel together form a river park that not only reduces flood risks, but also offers recreational, ecological and aesthetic values. View the project >

Room for the River Nijmegen (photo: Siebe Swart)
Room for the River Nijmegen (photo: Siebe Swart)
Room for the River Nijmegen (photo: Siebe Swart)

Buitenschot

Landart Park Buitenschot

On behalf of Schiphol Group, a multidisciplinary project team designed a recreational park that simultaneously reduces ground noise from the airport. The design is a unique integration of landscape architecture, land art, and innovative technology. View the project >

Buitenschot (photo: Your Captain Luchtfotografie)
Buitenschot (photo: Your Captain Luchtfotografie)

Maasvlakteplaza Masterplan

Masterplan Maasvlakteplaza

For the Maasvlakteplaza in the heart of the Rotterdam Harbour, we developed a plan for both nature and industry. A large truck parking, a new central building, space for industrial development and bird islands have been designed to coexist in harmony. View the project >

Maasvlakteplaza (photo: Paul Martens)
Maasvlakteplaza (photo: Paul Martens)
Maasvlakteplaza (photo: Paul Martens)

Sand motor

Sand motor

With the Sand Motor pilot project, a large quantity of sand was deposited near the Dutch coast. Wind, waves and sea currents gradually distribute the sand along the coastline between Hook of Holland and Scheveningen. View the project >

Sand Motor (photo: Beeldbank Rijkwaterstaat)
Sand Motor (photo: Beeldbank Rijkwaterstaat)
Sand Motor (photo: Beeldbank Rijkwaterstaat)

Bypass Kampen

Room for the River IJsseldelta

The construction of the Reevediep, a new bypass in the IJsseldelta near Kampen, is one of the largest Room for the River projects. The Reevediep is constructed to channel water, during high water levels, via the Drontermeer and the Vossemeer toward the IJsselmeer. H+N+S has been involved in this project since 2014: until 2014 the plans were executed by the Province of Overijssel and the project partners and as of 2014 by Isala Delta, the consortium. View the project >

Bypass Reevediep in construction (photo: Ruimte voor de Rivier IJsseldelta)
Bypass Reevediep in construction (photo: Ruimte voor de Rivier IJsseldelta)
Bypass Reevediep in construction (photo: Ruimte voor de Rivier IJsseldelta)

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Reevediep krijgt vorm

April 14, 2017