04.029 | Glass Roof Dutch Maritime Museum
The roof of the Dutch Marine Museum courtyard in Amsterdam had to offer an intrinsic added value to this historic building. Based on wind hoses of ancient marine maps of the museum collection, a 30 by 30 m steel structure is developed. An optimisation of the structure was completed to avoid any horizontal reactions on the existing building.
- PROJECT DATA
MissionComplete mission for an architectural and structural design of a glass roof.Study2004Execution2009-2011ClientRijksdienst voor GebouwenBudget€3.200.000Area1.000m2ArchitectNey & PartnersSiteAmsterdam, Netherlands show on mapCopyrightsNey & Partners - J-L Deru
- 1st Prize International Architecture Competition on invitation, 1st Prize 'Amsterdam Architecture Prize 2012', 2012 - 1st Prize 'Dutch 2012 National Steel Prize', 2012 - 1st Prize 'Steel Construction Award 2012', 2012.