DOEPELSTRIJKERS IS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN STUDIO FOR INTERIOR, ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PROJECTS. The beauty of our profession is the ability to respond to the specifics of a place and culture. To dive deep into local conditions and challenges and find tailor-made design solutions.
Eline Strijkers in MOSA discussions with Willem Jan Neutelings # 5 Skin. Moderator Tracy Metz.
Madurodam shows the smallest KPN store in the world!
The design of all the new stores of KPN in the Netherlands is from DoepelStrijkers. The store is comprised of two main elements. A central object composed out of modular elements for seating, displaying smartphones, tablets, handsets and the latest gadgets and accessories; and the smart wall that is positioned around this object.
DoepelStrijkers designs on behalf of Prologis, the leader in logistic real-estate world wide, a Circular WELL Interior for the office and distribution center of DC5 in Tilburg. The design is based on the by DoepelStrijkers developed Toolbox for circular well interiors.
Together with the International WELL Building Institute, WELL AP M3e Groep, landscape architects Plein 06 and contractor Sprangers, the office designs in the architecture of Johan de Vries, a unique interiorpilot which showcases an innovative building standard aimed at raising wellbeing for the staff at distribution centers.
Wednesday the 11th of april 2018 Architectenweb organizes in cooperation with ABN AMRO a netwerk event about circular building in Circl at the Zuidas. Speakers are Petran van Heel (ABN AMRO), Peter van Assche (Bureau SLA), Barry van Waveren (reA), Sabrina van Dongen (Furnify), Chantal Vos (DoepelStrijkers) en Hans Hammink (de Architekten Cie.).www.architectenweb.nl
Publication Brabants Dagblad with an interview with the director of the museum Jeroen van den Eijnde.
Some of our models are now on display in Circl Amsterdam until February 2nd. Eight projects show eight sustainable design solutions.
The exhibition was part of the talk 'Challenges of the Circular City, organized by ULI.
On the 15th of January 2018 a working visit to The Green Village in Delft by State Secretary Mona Keijzer (Economic Affairs and Climate), deputy Adri Bom-Lemstra (South Holland) and MRDH board member Maarten Struijvenberg announced that the project Dutch Windwheel : 'Smart Spaces as a Service' receives financial support from the IPC Zuid-Holland. Over the next two years eleven SMEs will develop a smart, circular and flexible office, hotel and living space. Here, companies from the interior industry work together with technology companies that specialize in sensors and ICT.
Dutch Windwheel included in the 'Rotterdam Architecture' tourist information leaflet
Great News to start 2018; FRAME AWARDS NOMINATED THE CIRCL INTERIOR ABN AMRO BY DOEPELSTRIJKERS IN CATEGORY SUSTAINABILITY.
Selected from nearly 900 submissions, the Frame Awards 2018 nominees cover the spectrum of non-residential interiors and reveal the most cutting-edge designs across the globe.www.frameawards.com
Ellen Köhler made a portrait, together with photographer Dirk Bruniecki, of 4 Rotterdam based offices; Ellen van Loon, OMA, Nathalie de Vries, MVRDV, Eline Strijkers en Duzan Doepel, DoepelStrijkers en Daan Roosegaarde, Studio Roosegaarde.
An article about the ABN Amro CIRCL pavilion in Amsterdam with a flexible interior with endless spatial configurations.
ABN AMRO wants to speed up the transition to a more sustainable society. They have built a circular pavilion: durable from foundation to roof and from design to operation.
Our watershed pavilion, originally designed for the World Cities Expo Edinburgh 2016, presenting Rotterdam Climat adaptation strategies, gets A second life in Rotterdam on the 'dakpark' in M4H! Great initiative by the municipality of Rotterdam.
Circular interior 'Shifting Space' for ABN AMRO with endless spatial configurations is now under construction! ABN AMRO wants to speed up the transition to a more sustainable society. They have built a circular pavilion: durable from foundation to roof
'Het Dorp' starts to make the smartest possible care environment.
Sloop oude gebouwen levert 6.500 ton herbruikbaar materiaal op
Na jaren van voorbereiding is zorgorganisatie Siza afgelopen maand gestart met de bouwvoorbereiding van het eerste nieuwe gebouw in Het Dorp. Op dit moment vinden de grondwerkzaamheden plaats. Hiervoor moesten twee oude gebouwen: ‘de Enkweg’ en ‘de Meentweg’ het veld ruimen. Er is duurzaam gesloopt en met oog voor de natuur en omgeving.
99% van het sloopmateriaal is bestemd voor hergebruik
Tot nu toe is er in Het Dorp 6.500 ton aan sloopmateriaal ‘geoogst’, waarvan 99% bestemd is voor hergebruik. Hiervan wordt 53% gebruikt in Het Dorp, bijvoorbeeld als ondergrond voor nieuw aan te leggen paden. Het overige deel wordt elders ingezet of gerecycled tot nieuw bouwmateriaal.
Een klein gedeelte van het gebouw aan de Meentweg staat nog overeind. Hierin is een vleermuispaartje gehuisvest. Voor deze beschermde diersoort zijn vervangende kasten opgehangen. Zodra de vleermuizen hier zijn ingetrokken, wordt ook het laatste gedeelte gesloopt. Dit heeft geen invloed op de nieuwbouw.
Eerste nieuwe gebouw
Naar verwachting gaat de bouw na de bouwvak van start. Deze verloopt in fasen: gestart wordt met het bouwen van de begane grond die deels onder het maaiveld ligt. Daarna het casco, de gevel en het dak, vervolgens de installaties en de afwerking. Als alles volgens planning verloopt, wordt het gebouw in het tweede kwartaal van 2018 opgeleverd.
In het gebouw komen 36 zorgappartementen en het innovatiecentrum ‘Academy Het Dorp’. De bewoners van het nieuwe gebouw zijn mensen met een lichamelijke beperking of hersenletsel, zij wonen er tijdelijk; tot maximaal 36 maanden. Tijdens hun verblijf leren zij hun leven zoveel mogelijk zelf te organiseren met behulp van slimme technologie en specialistische begeleiding.
Aankomende jaren vernieuwt Het Dorp in Arnhem stap voor stap. Het nieuwe Dorp wordt een duurzame, groene en innovatieve wijk voor mensen met en zonder beperking. Mensen met een beperking kunnen hier wonen met specialistische zorg in de nabijheid en met als doel een zo zelfstandig mogelijk leven te leiden.
Listen to Duzan Doepel and Jacco Saaman from Spie about the Green Deal Dutch Windwheel and the design of the building.
fragment of Duzan Doepel on BNR radio
DoepelStrijkers has designed a 4500m2 residential building with wintergardens in Amsterdam for PinnacleJUL '17
The nine layered building, comprising of 40 apartments, is situated above an existing parking garage and falls under the master plan designed by MVRDV. The building is characterized by it’s stepped façade and winter gardens on the east and west facades. This flexible outdoor space functions as a climate zone, optimising its use the whole year round.
Together with Spacecreators we built the interior for the smallest cinema in Antwerp.
Falconrui at the Schipperskwartier is the home base for Secret Cinema, a former warehouse with now a multifunctional space at ground level.
Photography: Mark Brants
DoepelStrijkers designs the interior for ABN AMRO of the circular pavilion by de Architekten Cie. on the South axis in Amsterdam, with a surface area of 3500 m2. This 100% circularly designed building and interior is a primeur in the Netherlands. The pavilion will be accessible to the public and includes a conference center, podium, exhibition space and catering. The programming of the pavilion addresses current societal issues and those of the immediate sourounding neighbourhoods.
Wednesday, November the 30th, 2016 the BNI has organized a debate about the future of the interiorarchitect in cooperation with the BNA and BNO at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam.
With Giovanni Colauto, Joost alferink, Richard van der Laken, Saskia van Stein, Alice Rawsthorn, Ravi Naidoo, Rosa Bertoli, Safia Qureshi. Eline Strijkers Chair committees Habitat and Design Research.
Dutch Design Awards Jury
November 4th, Duzan Doepel will give a TEDx TALK about building innovation during TEDx Rotterdam in the van Nelle Factory.
Join the main event of TEDxRotterdam 4th November and aspire to be inspired by everyone and everything the day has to offer you. This event will take place from 10:00-18:00 at the Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam. The doors open at 09:00.
For the City of Rotterdam DoepelStrijkers designed this pop up pavilion in cooperation with many partners.
First copy of ‘Towards a Circular and Inclusive Building Practice’ presented to John Nederstigt (D66)JUN '16
Alderman D66 for Sustainability, Work, Youth and Education
Curator Duzan Doepel about circulair building during Nederlandwordtanders/Live #5 on June18th in the New World Campus in The Hague
Future proof retail for KPN is the winner of a Red Dot Design Award 2015! This year there were 4680 entries from 61 countries worldwide.
Within the category 'Design Concept 2015' Future proof retail for KPN has conferred the 'Red Dot Honourable Mention Award'.
'INDEX: Award is the biggest and probably most important design award in the world worth €500,000. The importance lies in the unique, over-arching theme of Design to Improve Life. A concept enabling design to be used as a tool to address the world’s biggest challenges, and has established INDEX: Award as a global, inspirational design beacon.'
23 February 2015
Verkadefabriek (Boschdijkstraat 45, Den Bosch)
Indira van 't Klooster debates with clients (including SLEM) and architects (including Eline Strijkers)
An event on creative disciplines and new, social business models - hosted by the Willem de Kooning Academy on November 20, 2014
Our economy is shifting from closed and linear towards open and circular. Social design is an emerging field of practice, in which not only products but also processes and relationships are redesigned in a more smart, inclusive or sustainable way.
The ARC14 Achitecture prize promotes recently realised projects that demonstrate sustainable innovation. The winners will be announced in e ceremony on the 27th of November.
Jacob van Rijs (chairmanr), Ronald Huikeshoven,
Duzan Doepel, Ditmar Henkel, Harm Tilman (secretary and editor de Architect)
From 30 October to 15 December 2014, the African Centre for Cities (ACC), in collaboration with the City of Cape Town and various partners, will mount a wide- ranging exhibition on the very soul of Cape Town and South African cities in general. This exhibition will offer Cape Town residents and visitors a penetrating insight into the challenges and possibilities facing South African cities; dynamics that echo in cities across the world as they contemplate their purpose in this urban century. This is a first of its kind exhibition ever put up on any African city.
Doepel Strijkers and the Research Center RDM contributed to the development of an incremental densification strategy for Lotus Park.
The institution 'DOEL' helps socially vulnerable people with a psychiatric background to reintegrate into society. DOEL is currently embellishing a curtain for us for our client Lely by sewing silver strips onto felt that carries the patent drawing of the Lely milking robot. Just a small piece of a very big curtain for the auditorium. It will take some time but the are doing a great job!
The International New Town Institute and the African Centre for Cities in Cape Town have selected 5 Dutch offices (including Doepel Strijkers) to participate in The Density Syndicate as part of the Cape Town World Design Capital 2014. It is also a programmatic component for NL@WDC2014, an initiative of the Netherlands Consulate-General in Cape Town.
Showcasing young Dutch architectural firms who have pragmatically adjusted to the political, economic and cultural changes in society. Through their actions, they have redefined the boundaries of the profession. The projects shown are examples of new forms of collaboration, new instruments for financing structures, product development for homebuilders, interconnected and sustainable use of energy and material flows and vacant lots as the sites for social renewal.
Event starts 06/12/2013
Event ends 05/02/2014
The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, G1 3NU
Beurs van Berlage Amsterdam
Manifestation Think LIink shows an innnovative way of design in times of crisis, reduction of natural resources and the wasteproblem.
february 10th/ balszaal HotelNew York, Rotterdam from 10.00-17.00
The issue entitled Reclaim - Remediate Reuse Recycle, that starts the series, interprets and compares actions extracted from the projects and classifies them into three Re- processes:
Remediate: acting on the territory
Reuse: acting on the building
Recycle: acting on the material
'The road to Van Eyck' until February 10, 2013 at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen.
Research chair for Sustainable Architecture & Urban (re)Design at Sustainable Solutions, RDM
Category 'Spatial- interior'
lectures by Jurgen Bey, Eline Strijkers, Florian Idenburg, Joep van Lieshout
Clothes by five designers whose work defines contemporary Dutch fashion will be on view in Arnhem from Saturday 2 June through Sunday 29 July 2012. Objects, photographs and scale models created by product designers, photographers and architects will also feature in the exhibition Basic Instincts: Dutch Fashion in Context, hosted at the Eusebiuskerk by Premsela and the Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem. Basic Instincts first appeared in Berlin in July 2011.
Location: Eusebiuskerk, Kerkplein 1, Arnhem
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 11am–5pm (Thu 11am–9pm), Sun 12–5 pm
Admission: €8, students €5, children 14 and under free (includes admission to Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem)
By Droog in collaboration with Jan Konings, Kosmopolis Rotterdam and Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), the symposium will feature design proposals and interventions by Jan Konings, TD Architects, Thomas Lommée, Crimson with Maxwan and Doepel Strijkers Architects. Designers, politicians, entrepreneurs and residents of Tarwewijk will enter into discussion about questions like: how can local entrepreneurship strengthen both economic and social vitality of a neighbourhood? And how can design interventions and strategies be more valuable in the long term? After all, the effect of these kinds of interventions - although well-intentioned, often turns out to be short-lived.
This symposium, moderated by journalist Yvonne Zonderop, will feature Ole Bouman, Charles Renfro (Diller Scofidio + Renfro), artist Jan Konings, Renny Ramakers (Droog), historian Wouter Vanstiphout (Crimson) and Robert Kloosterman (professor of Economic Geography and Planning, University of Amsterdam).
website Droog Design
The GreenMachine is, commissioned by Droog Design for the project WIJkonomie Tarwewijk, realized and in collaboration with Cultureel Denkwerk and Wijk- Speeltuinvereniging Tarwewijk exploited.
DOEPEL STRIJKERS wins Annual Outstanding Designer Award and Award in the 9th Modern Decoration International Media Award held on December 8 in Shenzhen.
Annual Outstanding Designer Award
'A total of six designers won the 2011 “Outstanding Designer Award” by Modern Decoration International Media Award.
The winners: from the United States; Steve Anderson, the Netherlands; Duzan Doepel and Eline Strijkers, China (Shenzhen); Hong Zhongxuan, Japan; Katsunori Suzuki, Sweden; Peter Sahlin.'-MD
“A fault line runs through the architectural profession separating academics from practitioners, thinkers from doers, those who imagine from those who build. Straddling this line, and connecting the realms on either side, are emerging architects who both teach and practice. It’s a difficult balancing act to pull off, but it often spurs an exciting form of creativity shaped by tension and risk-taking. Many of the architects in this year’s Design Vanguard epitomize this kind of back-and-forth career, combining academic research with the nuts and bolts of delivering real buildings to real clients. From Berkeley to Barcelona, and Glasgow to Winnipeg, partners in many of this year’s firms have established a fluid relationship between intellectual exploration and making projects happen. In doing so, they enrich both spheres of work. Firms shown here are bridging other types of divides, too, crossing national boundaries, for example, and connecting eras by tapping the spirit of traditional buildings in works of modern design.”—Clifford A. Pearsons.
website architectural record
DOEPEL STRIJKERS wins Outstanding Designer Award and Office Space Award at the 9th Modern Decoration International Media Award held on December 8 in Shenzhen.
Annual Office Space Award
'In this International Media Award, Modern Decoration received almost 5.000 entries from mainland China, HK, Taiwan, USA, UK, Netherlands, Switzerland, France and Japan, etc. 6 entries have been nominated in this Award, and finally only 3 have won.'-MD
6-11 december 2011
Duzan Doepel with Rients Dijkstra, Jan Dirk Hoekstra, Arnold Reijndorp and Michelle Provoost with Chinese counterparts.
Category Collaborate and Concentrate
Lecture Duzan Doepel: Expert meeting Sustainable Energy Infrastructure for the Government - 26 May 2011, 7AM, Buitenhof 47, the Hague
Premsela, the Dutch institute for fashion and design, presents the exhibition in Berlin ‘Basic Instincts. The exhibition connects the work of five prominent Dutch fashion designers with product design, architecture and art. The exhibition opens on June 30, 2011 at Villa Elisabeth in Berlin and is a sight to July 31. Then they travel and eventually it will visit the Netherlands.
Five fashion designers are central to Basic Instincts: Iris van Herpen, Klavers van Engelen, Monique van Heist, Oda Pausma en Anne de Grijff. Because fashion does not stand alone, the exhibition also presents work by product designers, architects and artists. Among other architectural office Doepel Strijkers Architects, designers Pieke Bergmans and BCXSY, and artists Navid Nuur and Amie Dicke are participating in the exhibition.
Eline Strijkers keynote speaker and masterclass coach together with Frazer Hay en Sarah mc Allister. Date 2,3,4 march 2011. Master interiorarchitecture Academy St Joost, Breda
Doepel Strijkers has received sponsoring from Autodesk presented at the first Clean Tech Business Club meeting in the Rijnhaven
Duzan Doepel will give a talk at the seminar on visions, experiences, dilemma’s and solutions on urban planning mechanisms and architecture and their role in transforming cities and neighborhoods into green living and working spaces on November 17th in Chicago.
Towards Energy Plus Buildings - Duzan Doepel is giving a lecture for the Post Master Institute for Architecture
Renewable Cities - Duzan Doepel will give a lecture on 4 December 2009
07 October 2009
Hybrid Architecture for Renewable Cities - Duzan Doepel is giving a lecture in the 'Center for Architecture' in New York.
Eline Strijkers takes part in Jury for the Master Graduation of Interior Architecture at the Campus in Gent, Belgium.
Eline strijkers takes part in the debate 'The status of interior architecture' at flagplant session 8 in Van Nelle factory in Rotterdam during the 100% design fair.