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Old July 31st, 2008, 03:22 AM   #1
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Posbank Tea House l Rheden, Netherlands










Posbank pavilion



Tea-pavilion in National Park Veluwe Zoom, Rheden, NL, 98-02.



The aim was to make this tea house a model of energy efficiency and at the same time completely transparent to its natural surroundings. The pavilion lies at the end of a range of hills formed in the last ice age, when the earth was pushed more than 100m above sea level (quite an achievement by Dutch standards). From the entrance the floor rises in a continuous spiral that wraps itself around a group of trees ending in a 14m cantilever.



The necessary construction is made from steel, for tension, and unprocessed solid oak, for compression. At its most pivotal point a large moraine supports the construction. The building emphasises the value and power of natural resources and demonstrates the continuing dominance of nature over culture.

At the same time, however, what remains of nature can no longer be experienced without cultural intervention. We can always intervene by buying land for conservation, as the Dutch Nature Conservancy continues to do, but is this enough? A much more important challenge is to change human behaviour; by raising awareness of both the power and vulnerability of nature through different media, including the (at first impression) dichotomous medium of building.
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Old July 31st, 2008, 03:40 AM   #2
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very intresting spiral idea- building






as always : innovative, cool & fresh Holland architecture....!
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Old July 31st, 2008, 03:42 AM   #3
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Nice.


3/10.

Don't you think you look a lil bit pathetic by rating all of 'your' buildings that high, eribourb?
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Old July 31st, 2008, 03:49 AM   #4
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....the german people can learn what is architecture today....
going to see ....Spain....Austria ....and Holland !....
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Old July 31st, 2008, 03:50 AM   #5
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The Incredible "promenade arquitecturale sections" of this building...
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No thanks, we're fully satisfied by modernist bullcrap.

It's time for real architecture now.
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The tea-pavilion Posbank is designed by architect Bjarne Mastenbroek and located in the national park Velume Zoom near Rheden. Nature inspired the architect. The façades are as transparant as possible. The construction is made of beams and almost invisible bars of steel while the grass roof is part of the route through the building. The insulation is made of sheepwool and the toilets are flushed with rainwater.








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They're fast. Are you related to architecture in any way?

You sound like a modernist-brain-washed frosh/1st semester student. Creepy.
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The keyword is Quality not Ecology

A. van Hal

Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands




The Netherlands has a good reputation abroad as a country of architecture. Many people admire the architecture of famous Dutch architects such as Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV, Neutelings Riedijk and Meijer & Van Schooten. In some recent designs of members of this conceptual-oriented school of architects, several efforts have been made to become more in harmony with nature, e.g. by minimising the use of energy. Alongside this school another trend has developed over the last few years. Customer requirements have become more dominant, driven by the recent economic recession, and in many cases this has led to a more pragmatic type of architecture. This pragmatic approach, in combination with the objective for quality, has led to a new school within the Dutch architectural community. In some recent renowned designs of members of this more pragmatic school the aspect of environmental awareness is incorporated too.



The architects from both schools who proved to be capable of designing so called ‘eco-architecture’ could become true opinion leaders and role models and be a source of inspiration for architects who have not taken environmental awareness seriously yet. However, most architects do not want their work to be associated with green terminology such as ‘eco-architecture’ or ‘sustainable architecture’.


They rather use language like ‘smart architecture’ or ‘vital architecture’. Their key thrust is ‘integral quality’ rather than ecology. Respecting this source of motivation has shown to be critical for these frontrunners to actively contribute to increasing the ecological awareness of their colleague architects and be opinion leaders.




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Whatever. You didn't answer my query.
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amazing building.....!
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don't really like it...
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Old August 3rd, 2008, 03:19 PM   #15
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Fore some people Ithink is necessary to say : Open your mind....!
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Fore some people Ithink is necessary to say : Open your mind....!
open mind doesn´t mean "i like everything just cuz it´s weird" personnally i liked the inside, but the exterior is pretty ugly
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There are in Keretaros or Uruguay something so innovative ? what is ugly in kerataritous.... ?
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There are in Keretaros or Uruguay something so innovative ? what is ugly in kerataros ?
didn´t get the purpose of your question, but here´s our SSC forum: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/forumd...s=&forumid=656


btw what the hell does uruguay ahs to do with me?
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