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Atelier PRO and Healthcare

HOSPITALS 7 UMCG Psychiatry University Center, Groningen 9 Research Diagnostics Center Amsterdam UMC 11 Meander Medical Centre, Amersfoort 21 Healing Sofa 25 Admiraal de Ruyter Hospital, Vlissingen 31 Medical City in the Middle East 35 Zaans Medical Center, Zaandam 39 Haga Hospital, The Hague 43 45 49

MEDICAL CENTRES Health Care Centre Waterlandplein, Amsterdam Mental Health Care Centre Zuiderkwartier, Tilbug Het Zusterhuis, Tilburg

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NURSING HOMES Nursing centre Willibrord Scheldehof Resi-dential Care Centre Kop van het Dok Vlissingen Care home ‘t Kampje, Loenen Nursing Home Genk Solund Copenhagen

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AGE PROOF LIVING Urban villa’s Westeraam, Elst Achtmaal Seniors’ Residences De Statie Seniors’ Residences


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Atelier PRO and Healthcare It’s in our genes to place a strong emphasis on the human experience of spaces, how they are interconnected and how they relate to the environment. The senses play a major role in our personal development and wellbeing. We believe that nature and sustainability are an important and inseparable part of this. For example, the concept of Healing Environment is not limited to the internal approach to healthcare buildings. The relationship with the environment, translated into the themes of light, tranquility, space, visibility, view, warmth and security, characterizes all our designs. This approach influences material and color choices. Naturally they meet the technical, medical and functional requirements, but they also aim to have a positive effect on our senses: light, tactility, association and the patina that forms over time. Within the total design we strive for tranquility, balance and functionality, as well as inspiring spaciousness that can amaze, stimulate and even make you smile. Together with the client, we are eager to peel the assignment down to the core, thereby exposing the essence behind the question, in view of the maximum quality for client and user. Thinking along, cooperating, flexible and with a fresh perspective, not locked in clichés, simultaneously taking a step back on time to continue making the choices that we have drawn up with the client at the beginning. Partly because of this very attitude, we have made successful designs for care institutions, such as general practitioner practices, care centers and care homes for various target groups since our foundation. from comfortable sheltered homes to housing for demented elderly and disabled people. In 2006 we won the assignment for the realization of the Meander Medical Center in Amersfoort. This shows the confidence in our fresh view of healthcare and our ability to relate to residents and their loved ones, but also in shaping a pleasant and adequate daily working environment for staff. The Meander Medical Center was delivered in October 2013. We have gained a wealth of experience with this project, but have not lost our original approach. We approach every new assignment with an open attitude and tailor this to the unique situation and the target group. This, combined with our specialist experience with both care homes and care institutions, has proven to be the right formula to develop highquality care buildings.

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Period 2018 Client Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen Architect Team Atelier PRO + Vakwerk architecten Project architect Dorte Kristensen, Karho Yeung (PRO) Ellen van der Wal, Gwendolyn Huisman (Vakwerk) Address Antonius Deusinglaan, Groningen Gross floor area 14.000 m²

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UMCG Psychiatry University Center, Groningen sunlight, orientation and in scale with the environment After an intensive and inspiring competition period, team Atelier PRO + Vakwerk architecten won the European tender for the design of a new center for psychiatry of the University Medical Centre UMCG in Groningen. The new building replaces the existing housing from the sixties and is part of a renewal operation on the site of the University Medical Center.

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Period 2012 Client VU Medisch Centrum Project architect Martijn de Visser Project leader Paul Vlaar Address Van der Boechorststraat, Amsterdam Gross floor area 28.159 m²

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Research Diagnostics Center Amsterdam UMC sustainable and flexible Atelier PRO made the design for the new building of the Research Diagnostics Center that is part of the Amsterdam UMC (University Medical Centre). The building with offices and laboratories on the Van der Boechorststraat, is approximately 28,100 m² and is part of a larger, future expansion on the south side of the existing VUmc complex on the Boelelaan in Amsterdam. The building is flexible in design as a future-proof housing for the so-called ‘Adore’ project. ADORE stands for Amsterdam Oncology and Neuroscience Research and encompasses a new way of medical-scientific research in which the use of the synergies between oncological and neuroscientific research is central. In atelier PRO‘s design, the combination of a healing environment, sustainability and flexibility has strongly been emphasised. The building contains two atriums that function as ‘green lungs’: these are tempered outdoor climate zones with indoor gardens, surrounded by clusters of workplaces.

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AWARDS AND NOMINATIIONS - #2 International Building Award 2016, International federation of Hospital Engineering - Winner NVTG Building Award 2016, Dutch Association for Technical Facility Managers - SBID Healthcare Design Award 2015 - Healthcare Environment Award 2015 Acute Care - Good Design Award 2015 for the Meander rooming-in sofa - WAN Healthcare Award 2014 - Nominated Architecture Award Amersfoort 2014 ’Essentially this is a clinical facility but it has definitely got a sense of humanity at the core’ WAN Award jury, atelier PRO’s Meander Medical Center winner of Wan Healthcare Award 2014

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Period 2006 - 2013 Client Meander Medisch Centrum Project architect Hans van Beek with Mark Bruin, Jeroen Ekama, Paul Fouchier, Emile Jansen, Menno Roefs Interior architect Wessel Reinders Thijs Klinkhamer, Ellen Vaal Project coordination Hein Doeksen and Mark Homminga Landscape architect DS landschapsarchitecten Address Maatweg, Amersfoort Gross floor area 112.000 m² Parking spaces 1.300 Total building costs € 195,000,000,-

Hospital Entrance Access for pedestrians and cyclists


Meander Medical Centre, Amersfoort a hospital where it’s easy to find your way

With a gross floor area (GFA) of 112,000 m², the Meander Medical Centre is a large-scale care institution. When the human scale and smallest needs are ignored, such a building can quite easily end up becoming a medical machine. Within the scope of recovery and peace, atelier PRO has designed a medical centre, in which a humane surrounding has been created that keeps close contact to the ecological values of the surrounding green Eemscheg environment.

The Laan

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Green wedge almost into the city center

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Meander Park; relaxation, reflection and rehabilitation at the ‘old’ river Eem

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There’s an open space between the buildings, causing the landscape to penetrate deeply into the plan and increasing the contact with the public area.

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The LAAN with an internal opening to the car park The ORANGERY, a green and light space where the injection lab is situated and imaging techniques including radiology, ultrasound and nuclear medicine.

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Route for doctors on the second floor connecting the Hotfloors through the nursing homes with the outpatient clinics.

Left and bottom: BRINK first floor restaurant with bridges to the clinics with waiting couches integrated into the banisters

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Traditional hospital with multi-bed rooms

Modern hospital with single-bed rooms and wide corridor

Meander Medical Centre with single-bed rooms and central meeting place (wedge)

Nursing scheme Wedge as a ‘meeting place’ with view onto De Laan

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Single-bed: variations in use of colours and materials on the rooms’ rear walls Sofa specially designed by atelier PRO


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Nursing ward 1 Public entrance 2 Meeting place 3 Counter 4 General and technical support services 5 Entrance logistics and Hotfloors 6 Corridor with nursing room

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Healing Sofa designed by atelier PRO architekten manufactured by Keijsers Sleeping in a hospital is not the same as sleeping at home. Especially after surgery or long term illness. To have someone around you whom you can trust is comforting to the patient. For this purpose atelier PRO designed a multifunctional Healing Sofa. This roomingin piece of furniture is unique in the Netherlands and has been developed in collaboration with the Meander Medical Centre. It is one of the first multi-functional pieces of furniture for professional care institutions. The Healing Sofa has combined functions of a writing desk, guest bed, sofa and table. The manufacturer of the Healing Sofa is Keijsers Lundiform.

De Healing sofa in Meander Medisch Centrum

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During the day the sofa functions as a sofa. It has been designed in such a way that it is easy to adjust, easy to manufacture and can be combined with other furniture of the patient’s room.

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Period 2015 - 2016 Client Zorgvastgoed Zeeland Architect atelier PRO Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Menno Roefs Interior architect Wessel Reinders Address Koudekkerkseweg 88, Vlissingen Gross floor area 11.669 m² new 455 m² renovation 11.214 m² Total building costs € 15.000.000,-

Demolition - red New - blue

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Admiraal de Ruyter Hospital, Vlissingen Rescaling And Renovation leads to new perspective Since the Admiraal de Ruyter Hospital in Vlissingen no longer met current standards and was too large to exploit, atelier PRO was asked to design a renovation with partial new construction. Greenery and an abundance of daylight characterise the design. These essentials add to an optimal stay and to a wellfunctioning transparent building for patients, visitors and personnel. The revitalisation was financed through crowd funding.

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Period 2015 Project architect Dorte Kristensen, Christina Kaiser Gross floor area 125.000 m²

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Medical City in the Middle East state of the art campus

Atelier PRO has been asked to design a state of the art medical university campus in the Middle East. The facility will enable medical students to acquire information and experience from the medical hospital. The design covers a mixture of a medical faculty, a hospital, a gym and a mosque where several end users can meet, work and enjoy the qualities of the properties. Healthcare icon in the region The strategic location of the Medical City is located between two important cultural and historical cities. This features the importance of designing both an icon, while preserving its Arabic identity. Instead of providing a western perspective, the architectural agenda was to rediscover a regional Arabian identity in contrast to the non-contextual modern interventions of nowadays.

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Alternating daylight and patios with trees add liveliness to the Plaza and the Passage

Zaans Medical Center, Zaandam competition design

The spearhead in designing the medical centre Zaans Medisch Centrum (ZMC) was the creation of a Healing Environment for patients, situated in the Burgemeester in ‘t Veldpark. In doing so, the building volume as a whole functions as a noise barrier. A second important theme is finding your way. The outpatient clinics are arranged around the Plaza and the main entrances of the nursing wards are situated on the Passage. All the transport of beds and goods has been separated from the flow of visitors. Alternating daylight and patios with trees lend liveliness to the Plaza and the Passage. The sun penetrating deeply into the room, or the slate grey clouds hanging threateningly above the Zaanstreek: in these urban interiors it is always possible to experience day or night, sun or rain.

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Period 2012 Client Zaans Medisch Centrum Architect atelier PRO Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Christina Kaiser Address Koningin Julianaplein 58, Zaandam Gross floor area 40.000 m²

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Waiting in the Square

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Situation: parking under a green deck

Green outdoor areas in front of the nursing wards with below a car park below

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Combining functions: the research centre for paediatric cancer is situated in the tower

Period 2010 Client Haga Ziekenhuis Architect atelier PRO Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Christina Kaiser Address Leyweg 275, Den Haag Gross floor area 50.000 m²


Haga Hospital, The Hague competition design for Nationaal Kinderoncologisch Centrum Proposal for the positioning of the Nationaal Kinderoncologisch Centrum (national paediatric oncology centre) near the Haga Hospital on the Leyweg in The Hague. 50,000 m² containing 135 patient and family rooms, 27 outpatients’ rooms, surgeries, labs and a large paediatric oncology research centre. A car park for 1,000 cars is situated below the building. The design has an urban appearance on the front site in the direction of the Leyweg and a green image on the rear site where the residential rooms are situated.

A pleasant meeting place in the heart of the nursing ward: smallscale and homely

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WATERLANDPLEIN,

WATERLANDPLEIN, SAMENWERKING VAN DRIE ARCHITECTENBUREAUS

SAMENWERKING VAN DRIE ARCHITECTENBUREAUS WATERLANDPLEIN, 2005 - 2012 SAMENWERKING VAN DRIE ARCHITECTENBUREAUS

Period Client CV Nieuw Waterlandplein WATERLANDPLEIN, (Ymere Ontwikkeling, AM SAMENWERKING VAN DRIE ARCHITECTENBUREAUS Wonen) Architect atelier PRO (shops, car park, 1 residential tower, 14 maisonettes, roof gardens, health center and community center) with: DRO (public space), De Architecten CIE (5 residential Referentiebeeld: Trichy (India) towers) and Hans van Heeswijk Architectuur (3 renovation flats) Referentiebeeld: Trichy (India) Project architect Hans van Referentiebeeld: Trichy (India) Beek/Dorte Kristensen and Mira van Beek Project leader Jaco de Koning Referentiebeeld: Trichy (India)Waterlandplein, Address IJdoornlaan, Werengouw, Volendammerweg, Amsterdam Noord Gross floor area 34.000 m² (atelier PRO)

Atelier PRO Hans van Heeswijk archi de Architekten Cie. de Architekten Cie woningen, parkeergarages, Atelier PRO Renovatie bestaande flatge Architekten Cie. Winkels, Stedenbouwkundig plan ende 5 torens Urban planning and five towers Stedenbouwkundigwijkvoorzieningen plan en 5 torens en daktuinenWinkels, woningen, parkeergarages,

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Atelier Atelier PROPRO Shops, homes, garages, local Winkels, woningen, parkeergarages, facilities and roof gardens wijkvoorzieningen en daktuinen

Hans van Heeswijk Referentiebeelden voor architecten een duidelijk herk Renovatie bestaande flatgebouwen waren de 11 torens in San Referentiebe Giminiano, de Athene uitsteekt en de rotstempel in Tric waren de 11 bebo In dit project smeedden drie architectenbureaus torens en profileren boven een met laagbouw Hans van Heeswijkacht architecten Athene uitste Atelier PRO een winkelcentrum tot één nieuw Hans van Heeswijk architecten de Architekten Cie. Renovation of existing harteen vanduidelijk Nieuwendam-Noord op te samenhangend geheel. Daarbij nieuw Referentiebeelden voor herkenbaar stad profileren bo In dit project smeedden driebuildings architectenbureaus acht torens en Winkels, woningen, parkeergarages, bestaande flatgebouwen Stedenbouwkundig plan en 5 torens voor een lichtere steensoort gekozen had elke architect een eigenRenovatie opgave met een andere uitdaging. waren desamenhangend 11 torens in San Giminiano, Acropolis d hartda va een winkelcentrum tot één nieuw geheel. Daarbij denieuw wijkvoorzieningen en daktuinen omgeving die bijna geheel uit rode bakste Pero Puljiz en Hans Hammink van de De Architekten Cie. waren Athene uitsteekt rotstempel in Trichy die voor(India) een lich had elke architect een eigen opgave met en eende andere uitdaging. verantwoordelijk voor het stedenbouwkundig plan en ontwierpen lagere delen hier juist op aan sluiten. Gea profileren een met laagbouw bebouwd gebied In dit project smeedden drie architectenbureaus achtentorens omgeving die Pero Puljiz Hans en Hammink van boven de De Architekten Cie. waren dend. Om het centrum een (onderscheiden vijf nieuwe woonblokken. Dick de een Gunst van Hans van Heeswijk voor herkenbaar nieuw hart stadscentrum van Nieuwendam-Noord op te lagere vallen delen is in d een winkelcentrum tot één Referentiebeelden nieuw samenhangend geheel.duidelijk Daarbij verantwoordelijk voor het stedenbouwkundig planinen ontwierpen is daarbij het beginstadium afgesproken architecten renoveerde drie van de bestaande woongebouwen, waren de 11 in San Giminiano, voor de Acropolis dievan boven een lichtere steensoort dan de laagbo had elke architect een eigen opgave mettorens eennieuwe andere uitdaging. dend. Om he woonblokken. Dick de Gunst Hans vangekozen Heeswijk een horizontaal patroon zouden krijgen. waarvan 1 torenflat, eenvijfhoge galerijflat en een lage galerijflat. Athene uitsteekt en de rotstempel in Trichy (India) die zichzelf omgeving die bijna geheel uit rodeaan baksteen bestaat, Pero Puljiz en Hans Hans Hammink vanvan de De Architekten waren daarbij in h architecten renoveerde drie van bestaande woongebouwen, gezamenlijk bezoek eenissteenleveranc en Mira Beek van AtelierCie. PRO ontwierpen de de rest: profileren boven een laagbouween bebouwd gebied. Om als In dit project smeedden drie architectenbureaus acht torens en stedenbouwkundig delen juist oplage aan sluiten. Geaard, fris, on verantwoordelijk voor het planmet en een waarvan 1deontwierpen torenflat, hoge galerijflat en een bakstenen en degalerijflat. keramische tegelshorizont gemaa één woonblok, 14 dakwoningen, daktuinen enlagere de plint methier nieuw vanvan Nieuwendam-Noord op tevan vallen ishet in PRO de hoogte een winkelcentrum tot één nieuw samenhangend Daarbij Dick Om centrum een (onderscheidend) beeldmerk vijf nieuwegeheel. woonblokken. dehart Gunst Hans Hans en van MiraHeeswijk van Beek Atelier ontwierpen rest: gezamenlijk punten konden dede verschillende architectenb winkels, wijkvoorzieningen en parkeergarages, die dend. alle gebouwen voor een lichtere dan de laagbouw inaan deen had elke architect een eigen opgave met een andere uitdaging. is daarbij in het beginstadium afgesproken dat alle woo architecten renoveerde van de bestaande woongebouwen, bakstenen en éénsteensoort woonblok, 14 de daktuinen plint met geven. draai hunde deelontwerp Het (gew met drie elkaar verbindt. Ondanks deze opgekozen het dakwoningen, eerste gezicht niet omgeving die bijna geheel uit rode bestaat, terwijl de Pero Puljiz en Hans Hammink van de De Architekten Cie. waren een horizontaal patroon zouden krijgen. Vervolgens waarvan 1 torenflat, eende hoge en een lage galerijflat. Waterlandplein een een warm en voor handgalerijflat liggende verdeling hebben zij erbaksteen met elkaar toch nieuwe punten konde winkels, wijkvoorzieningen en parkeergarages, die alle gebouwen lagere hier juist op aan Geaard, fris, bezoek onderscheiverantwoordelijk voor het stedenbouwkundig en ontwierpen geworden, een niet duidelijk herkenbaa project vandelen weten temet maken, één herkenbaar nieuw centrum gezamenlijk aan eengezicht steenleverancier de keuze Hans plan en Mira van één Beek van Atelier PRO ontwierpen desluiten. rest:Ondanks draai aan hun elkaar verbindt. deze optrum het is eerste dend. Om centrum een te geven vijf nieuwe woonblokken. Dick de Gunstéén vanwoonblok, Hans van Heeswijk omtrek en herkenbaar is. D voor Nieuwendam Noord. goede rolverdeling lagbeeldmerk aanhebben de deverre bakstenen en keramische tegels gemaakt. Met deze 14 dakwoningen, de het daktuinen en de(onderscheidend) plint met verdeling nieuwe Wate voorEen de hand liggende zij er met zichtbaar elkaar toch isvervolgens daarbij in het beginstadium dat alle woonblokken architecten renoveerde drie van de bestaande kleur en materiaal zijn oud entrum nieuw basis enen eenéén goede overtede raakvlakken punten konden de verschillende architecten vervolgens winkels, woongebouwen, wijkvoorzieningen parkeergarages, die afstemming alle gebouwen is goed gewog project vanafgesproken weten maken, één herkenbaar nieuw centrum zelfs vanaan nieuw te onderscheiden zoals puien, en toegepaste kleur baksteen (nieuwbouw) een luifels horizontaal patroon zouden krijgen. 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Health Care Centre Waterlandplein, Amsterdam strong together In addition to shops, houses, car parks and a community centre, the new shopping centre situated at the Waterlandplein in North Amsterdam will also accommodate a health care centre. This centre contains 3 layers and is situated on the cool northern facade with its ‘back’ against an indoor car park. The Parent-Child Centre on the ground floor has its own entrance, but is also connected with the centre via the back offices on the first floor. All the other practices are accessible from a central communal passage area. The various care providers very often collaborate concerning items such as obesity and diabetes, which are current themes in Amsterdam North. 1

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Period 2004 - 2009 Client Gemeente Tilburg Project architect Dorte Kristensen, Pascale Leistra and Lisette Plouvier Project leader Eelko Bemener and Henry Schutte Address Wassenaerlaan 38, Tilburg Gross floor area 9053 m² (4500 m² neighbourhood centre and 4553 m² psychiatric health centre) Total building costs € 9.356.890,-

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Mental Health Care Centre Zuiderkwartier Tilbug a new meeting space for the neighbourhood The community centre in the Zeeheldenbuurt, together with the existing church and a convent, is organised around an inner garden with a playground. A primary school with 13 classrooms, a playgroup, a gymnastics hall and various community facilities have been gathered in this building. They come together in a central axis that leads to one main entrance. The focus lies on the meeting of the various user groups. Moreover, atelier PRO has carried out the renovation of the Mental Health Care’s day centre (GGZ).

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Period 2004 - 2009 Client Tiwos Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Pascale Leistra Project leader Eelko Bemener Address De Ruijterstraat, Tilburg Gross floor area 750 m²

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The Zusterhuis with its characteristic bell tower


Het Zusterhuis, Tilburg yet another building for health The Zusterhuis (Convent) forms a joint building complex with the MFA and GGZ (municipal health care service), which have both been designed by atelier PRO. The Zusterhuis dates from the beginning of the 20th century and alternately has been uninhabited for many years or used for all sorts of purposes, for example as student accommodation. Tiwos (a Tilburg housing organization) has had the building refurbished with a minimum of means, while ensuring that all the old details were retained and restored. Currently, the building is used for occupational therapy provided by the municipal health care service Breburg. By adding a new lift shaft, the building is now completely and integrally accessible.

New roof sheathing has been applied to the existing frames

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Nursing centre Willibrord an innovative and flexible interior In Middelburg’s old city centre, the Stichting Werkt voor Ouderen (working for the elderly association) has build a new nursing centre called Sint Willibrord. The centre houses 62 inhabitants and has a flexible lay-out which can be adjusted according to changing requirements. Atelier PRO designed the fittings of the central plaza, the meeting room with brasserie, the living rooms of the group houses and two types of houses: 39 apartments in which somatic care can be provided and 5 group houses for psychogeriatric patients. The building of this project started in the autumn of 2012 and is completed at the end of 2013. Psychogeriatric apartment

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Period 2012 - 2013 Client Stichting Werkt voor Ouderen Architect atelier PRO Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Naomi Schiphorst Interior architect Susan Vlemminx Collaborating architect Van Aken Architecten Address Bachtensteene 14, Middelburg Gross floor area 5.000 m²

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Important starting point for the interior design was the desire of the client to create ‘a home’ with a welcoming atmosphere but with professional care and in a safe environment

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Period 2012 - 2016 Client WVO Zorg Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Christina Kaiser Interior architect Thijs Klinkhamer Project leader Marjon Main Address Peperdijk en Wagenaarstraat, Vlissingen Gross floor area 19.030 m² WAN Award Healthcare 2018 Care building of the year 2018 Award Nomination Gouden Piramide 2018 Nomination StiB (City in motion) Award 2018 Nomination Best Real Estate Project 2018 IN DE GROTE LEGE HAL in the big empty hall

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Scheldehof Residential Care Centre care homes in a unique location in the former harbor area The monumental Zware Plaatwerkerij shipyard building in the heart of Vlissingen, and the adjacent site, is transformed into a residential care complex with residences and public functions. The closed facades is open up through the extensive use of glass. Internally, three levels of residences were suspended like a standalone piece of furniture in the vast space. The new building beside the factory fits well in scale and appearance with the surroundings, built from yellow masonry with a small scale corresponding to the side street. The residences are organised around a winter garden. The structure and infrastructure are especially designed to enable the dwellings to adapt to changing functions in the future. Restaurant on the ground floor, also accessible to the public

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The installations are hidden in the paneling of the corridors and can therefore be reached without disturbing the residents.

Living room parcour instead of hallways, with memory walls next to the entrance doors. Here, personal attributes from earlier periodes can be hung. This makes one feel at home and helps when memory is lost. This room is intended to receive guests, to play games and for other sociability

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Adjacent to the winter garden are living units for demented elderly people. The doors of the units are open as much as possible, allowing the elderly to walk freely through the winter garden and visit each other. This contrasts with the image of literally a ‘closed ward’

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Kop van het Dok Vlissingen living at the dock The former shipyard of the Royal Society De Schelde in Vlissingen is being transformed into a new district; the Scheldt Quarter. After the renovation of the Metal sheet factory, atelier PRO now designs the adjacent housing project Kop van het Dok.

Period 2018 Client WVO Zorg Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Mira van Beek Project leader Marjon Main-Roetgerink Address Jan Weugkade, Vlissingen Gross floor area 25.000 m²

The project consists of approximately 180 houses on a three-storey plinth with dwellings and on top three residential towers. Plinth and towers form a whole but are not quite the same. The towers vary in height and house typology.

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Period 2014-2016 Client Habion Projectontwikkeling Project architect Sjors Onneweer, Marije Brans, mmv atelier PRO, Dorte Kristensen, Joke Stolk Project leader Marjon Main Roetgerink Address Rijksstraatweg Loenen aan de Vecht Gross floor area 5.278 m²

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Care home ‘t Kampje, Loenen

successful experiment ‘Elderly home a new start’ ‘T Kampje is a 1967 building that has been used as an old-age home for 48 years. In conjunction with maintenance work, the object is made suitable for individual homes for the elderly. In a short period of time, through workshops, inspirational days and conversations a future-proof concept that addresses both the residents’ wishes and the livelihoods in Loenen have developed.

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Nursing Home Genk sheltered and green living environment The design of atelier PRO for a nursing home in Genk consists of four pavilions in a hilly terrain that are interconnected by a landscaping service. Each cluster comprises four living units on different layers. Almost all housing units have direct access to the gardens due to the level differences in the area.

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Period May-June 2012 Client SAB, KAB en KØbenhavns Kommune Architect atelier PRO, CUBO arkitekter, Henrik JØrgensen Landskab, HaCaFrØ Moe & BrØdsgaard, Buro Happold Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Christina Kaiser Address Ryesgade, KØbenhavn N Gross floor area 37.682 m² Different types of houses, adjusted to the needs of the resident Each house has a bay and its own small balcony Impression of the central square Impression of the terraced balconies at the communal living rooms

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Courtyards and gardens surrounded by the auxiliary functions

Housing project for the elderly in the very heart of Copenhagen. Solund consists of 384 houses, subdivided into 8 clusters on a plinth course providing auxiliary facilities such as a restaurant and a wellness centre, as well as a childcare centre. In the middle of the allotment runs a recreation route right through a winter garden, which is open to the general public. The ground floor area offers a range of gardens that are situated dividedly alongside an internal main street, which bends at various points. The entrance leads people to a multifunctional square with raising points to the residence groups situated above. In addition, the complex contains a number of experimental houses in which healthcare methodologies are tested. This also provides accommodation for researchers who want to carry out research on location. To improve any possible synergy, Solund is closely connected to the adjacent hospital and research centre. Modern cubic structure

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Period 2007 - 2011 Client Habion with Bouwfonds Property Development Project architect Alex Letteboer and Bas Woldman Project leader Marjon Main Roetgerink Address Juno, Elst Gross floor area 6.740 m² Total building costs € 6.650.000,-

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Urban villa’s Westeraam, Elst nursing houses in a sunny setting

The Westeraam neighbourhood in Elst has been enriched with two urban villas. The sculptural building volumes provide ageing in place houses, which meet high comfort and accessibility demands. The two villas are situated near the water, so that the inhabitants can optimally enjoy the view and sunlight. Additionally, the house plans have been organized in a similar way. The size of the window openings follows the orientation: a lot of glass on the south side and narrow windows on the north side; which is favourable for the energy performance of the houses.

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Achtmaal Seniors’ Residences countryside so attractive and liveable

Achtmaal is a small rural area in North Brabant with more than 1,600 inhabitants. The municipality wanted to ensure that the core of the village remains attractive and viable for young and old. Good facilities play an important role, and therefore, a church, a supermarket, a café and a multifunctional accommodation, shortly MFA, have been added to the village. In addition to the MFA, five small homes have been realized. These homes have a gross area of 150 square meters and are primarily intended for seniors. Therefore, both the living area and the master bedroom with the attached bathroom are located on the ground floor. The bathroom is also accessible from the attic to make the house more flexible. Moreover, the property is also interesting for other target groups.

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Period 2009 - 2011 Client Woongoed Zeeuws-Vlaanderen Project architect Dorte Kristensen and Pascale Leistra Project leader Ronald Peters Design outdoor area Eline Keus Address Canadalaan, Sas van Gent Gross floor area ca 9000 m² Total building costs € 10.000.000,Apartments 2.303 m² Building costs apartments € 2.500.000,-

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De Statie Seniors’ Residences housing for elderly as part of a multipurpose community building Senior complex with 23 apartments in Sas van Gent is part of the Multifunctional Community School De Statie. A sand-colored volume with white cutouts, white window frames and green tinted tempered glass balconies. The balconies are to the south and not in line to provide privacy. The gallery is wider to create a place where the residents can meet. The multipurpose community building is a valuable neighbour for the residents of the seniors’ apartments. The programming of the building addresses this target group with facilities and activities including a cafe, library, bridge club, gym and volunteering opportunities with the various clubs. This helps establish a framework to prevent social isolation, whereby the residents can still remain active and be a vital part of the community. Senior housing

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