Restaurant “The Bosch” by JagerJanssen in collaboration with architects Dreissen is situated in a fantastic location at the New Lake in Amsterdam, a stone’s throw from the Zuidas [feeling endless distance].
The design of JagerJanssen architects in collaboration with architects Dreissen has two different faces: one face to port and a face to the New Lake. Both derive their faces look to the qualities of the area. The harbor scene is rough, in form and materialization seeking connection to the adjacent distinctive architecture. Facing The New Lake is horizontal, wide and especially refined in design. The building demonstrates here her smiling wide glass inviting interiors.
The building stands on 8 steel tubes with a wall thickness of 32 mm. Each tube pole is 23 meters long and weighs up to 7.2 tonnes. Four of these tubes are about the water supply. They will be from a floating pile driving rig to be beaten into the ground.
Through the building to lift arises from the restaurant with panoramic views of the New Lake. Another advantage is that the space under the building where 6 sloops. By making use of durable, solid wood pieces prefabricated building time is the expected only a few months.
The central element in the restaurant is the matte black cabinet, the central ‘machine’ in which utility room, pantry, reception, box office, open kitchen with lounge and issue their own place and atmosphere have received. The contours of this piece are strictly defined, and by a light line further on. This creates a recognizable element that from every angle yet again different. Contrast was responsible for the Interior styling, interior decorator DeLade took the execution on his behalf.
- The port side of the restaurant is closed on the southwest side unfolds the panorama;
- through the building to lift rise 6 berths for boats under the building;
- to the zoning to remain, the building on the port side 3 parallel ridges. It fits so well architecturally with the existing hangars;
- the facade composition is produced by a continuous closed facade movement to introduce;
- The result: a special building in a special place
‘HET BOSCH’ Restaurant – Water panorama
Restaurant ‘The Bosch’ by JagerJanssen in collaboration with architects Dreissen is located at a superb location on the New Lake lakeside [Amsterdam, NL], a stones throw away from the Southern Amsterdam business district.
The design has two distinct faces: one Towards the marina and one facing the Nieuwe Meer lake. Both interfaces derive Their Qualities and appearance from the surroundings. T hey marina side is rough, seeking relationelle with boat shed architecture. The lake facade is more horizontal, broad and refined. Large transparent surfaces exhibit the restaurant interior. The characteristic robbery intermediates Between thesis two aspects: it morphs from 3-pithced prey to a straight edge. This space saving configuration makes it Possible to fit the program into the Desired Prescribed tight envelope.
A few magnificent from the restaurant is created by lifting the built volume. This intervention gives room to a storage space for 6 sloops underneath the restaurant. By Using a durable construction and prefabricated wooden or laminated elements, the building is Significantly reduced time.
Project name: Restaurant & Penthouse Het Bosch
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Program: Restaurant and penthouse
Total Area: 480 m2 (Restaurant: 240 m2, Penthouse: 240 m2)
Building period: 7 months
Completion Year: October 2010
Visit Restaurant & Penthouse Het Bosch’s Website: here
Client / Owner / Developer: Ferry van Houten
Architects: Dreissen architects + JagerJanssen architects
Design team: ir. Roeland Dreissen MSc, architect, ir. Alex Jager MSc, architect, ir. Rogier Janssen MSc, architect, ir. Marijn Boterman MSc, architect
Interior design: DREISSEN architecten icw – JagerJanssen architecten BNA
Advisors: Lüning [construction], Breman [installations]
Contractors: Reimert / Ubink
Contractor interior: DeLade
Text Description: © Courtesy of Dreissen architects + JagerJanssen architects
Images: © john lewis marshall