Benthem Crouwel Architects
BENTHEM CROUWEL ARCHITECTS was founded in 1979 by Jan Benthem and Mels Crouwel and has gained international fame with projects such as the Anne Frank House, the new Stedelijk Modern Art Museum and Rotterdam Central Station. We work on a variety of exciting projects ranging from small, innovative cultural projects to very large-scale infrastructure projects, such as Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Amsterdam Central Station. Today, the architecture firm has a staff of almost sixty people, and offices in Amsterdam and Düsseldorf. The partners include Joost Vos and Marten Wassmann. The firm has designed a broad range of buildings, infrastructure, and interiors: museums, shopping malls, universities, music buildings, bridges, assisted living complexes, and master plans. In all their designs, Benthem Crouwel seeks a balance between economic, social and ecological interests, with a special concern for innovation and sustainability. The firm takes pride in combining a signature style with compactness, simplicity, integrated ecosystems and an efficient use of materials. WELL KNOWN PROJECTS are Schiphol Airport, Stedelijk Museum, Anne Frank House, Ziggo Dome, RAI Amsterdam, Kulturbau and shopping mall in Koblenz, university faculties in Nijmegen and Osnabrück, railway stations Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague and Amsterdam’s metro North/South link.
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