Rijksmuseum, gallery of honour. © John Lewis Marshall

Renovation of national museum

Building services and lighting design integrated in the architecture.

Rijksmuseum
Resonanz, detail. ©Arup

Creating an immersive landscape

Highlighting identity by infusing light, sound and shadow.

Resonanz
NIOO, exterior view. Credit: Sebastian van Damme

Sustainable concrete

Structural design for Netherlands Institute of Ecology

NIOO-KNAW
Ecobridge. ©Ineke Key

Cable stayed bridge as wildcrossing

Enhancing the diversity of fauna.

Ecobridge
Exterior view Stedelijk Museum. ©John Lewis Marshall

Hovering superstructure

Renovation and extension of the largest modern art museum in the Netherlands.

Stedelijk Museum

Established in Amsterdam in 2001, Arup in the Netherlands comprises recognised consultants in all aspects of building and infrastructure design. With access to Arup’s specialist networks around the world, the team in Amsterdam is able to bring global expertise to local projects, as well as to consult on international iconic projects.

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  • 15Dec 2014

    Breaking ground for self-build homes in Amsterdam

    Arup has helped six house owners and their architects (denieuwegeneratie, GUM Architects, Next Architects + Claudia Linders and Sven Butteling) by designing the structures and building services through interactive workshops on construction methods, indoor climate and sustainability. This enabled the residents to arrange permits efficiently and jointly realise the construction.

  • 04Dec 2014

    Do it yourself at the Amsterdam Penguin Pool

    The Penguin Pool is a global series of events developed by Arup to inform, inspire and entertain. Over 120 guests were welcomed in the former luggage hall of Amsterdam's maritime heritage building, which was transformed into an indoor festival setting, taking things back to nature and the idea of 'do it yourself'.

  • 28Nov 2014

    Paper boat at Amsterdam Light Festival

    Sized 15x5m tall, the art piece called 'Intrepid' is one of the biggest pieces shown at the 3rd edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival. It has been designed by Katja Galyuk, with Arup helping to define the structure using a parametric 3D-model.

  • 11Nov 2014

    Breaking ground for archive EYE Film Institute

    The new building will enable EYE to store, restore and digitalise its film collection using the latest techniques. The building includes a modern expert centre, in which an international professional audience of scientists, film makers and students can look into the collections.

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