Hollandsblauw is an atelier for spatial design, based on the human dimension and with respect for nature, culture, context and society.
Hollandsblauw designs from a holistic principle. This means that a spatial assignment is embedded in its environment and designed in such a way that it contributes to a healthy and sustainable living environment. Plans are built from spatial perception (storytelling) and are aimed at a synergy between nature, interior, architecture, landscape, city and public space. Tasks vary from area development to small-scale projects such as a cluster, building or square. Natural connections with its environment, as well as building respectfully with an eye for nature and nature development are important points of attention. Development and protection of spatial quality is central.
Varying from spatial analysis, concept studies, strategic vision, detailed spatial design and master plan, as well as external advice on spatial developments.
design is made together
Hollandsblauw initiates, develops, designs and build together with various parties and clients such as provinces, municipalities, market parties and private individuals. In the field or boardroom, at the kitchen table or the boardroom table. Depending on the type of project, a plan of approach and a team is put together.
crossover of spatial disciplines
Architecture, urban design, nature & landscape, interior design and furniture & object.
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|Water walking trails – Amsterdam||Sports and hotel complex – Amsterdam||Recreation & bio-nature development, Amsterdam|
|Recreation and rowing facilities – Amsterdam||Recreation and park, circularity – Eindhoven||Leather and shoe museum – Waalwijk|
|Green Parking’ and park – Amsterdam||Waterfront recreation development – Amsterdam||Fashion Pavilions – Rotterdam|
|Exploratorium Discovery Earth, theme park||Forest entrance and facilities – Amsterdam||Eco offices and environment – Eindhoven|
|Square Cultural Centre - The Hague||ECO forest units – Amstelveen||Cultural Heritage Park - Helmond|
|+31 (0) 621 291 598|
|visiting address:||Waaldijk 26 Herwijnen, The Netherlands|
Hollandsblauw, located in Herwijnen, has been in existence since 2005. Annet Bakels is the owner and works full-time in the studio. Since 1995 Annet has been independently and professionally active as a spatial designer. She graduated cum laude in 2 studies, Architectural Design and Public Space. In addition, she followed international studies in visual arts at the University of Barcelona and the master's program in City and Regional Planning at the University in Istanbul. Characteristic of her work is the conceptual strength in which the connection between indoor and outdoor spaces is characteristic. In recent years, the integration of nature and the built environment has been her mission.