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Brasserhout Masterplan

Facts

Location Client Size Completion
Den Hague, the Netherlands VOF Brasserhout 14 hectares with 550 dwellings 2006

Project details

Competition winning design for an area within the VINEX-location Ypenburg, southeast of The Hague, with approximately 550 dwellings within a new residential district. Important characteristics of the plan are the village like character and the location of the majority of dwellings – collectively forming ‘country houses’ - adjacent to water. The structure of this area consists of a neutral grid of roads, waterside walks and footpaths. In the centre of the plan is a pond with play areas. The urban design guidelines have been made to create a strong rural, informal identity in this neighbourhood.

Integrated services

urban design, landscape architecture, design coordination and supervision