Brede School Zuidhorn

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  • Country: The Netherlands
  • Project: Brede School Zuidhorn
  • Client: municipality of Zuidhorn
  • Architect: KPB architecten, Groningen (until mid-2015: Team 4 architecten, Groningen)
  • Project team: Paul Klaas de Boer and Tom de Vries (KPB architecten), Dagmar Munneke (3DM ontwerp, Groningen; BIM), Gert Wage and Gerko Pit (Team 4 architecten)
  • Structural engineer: ABT / Wassenaar, Haren
  • Contractor: Friso Bouwgroep, Sneek
  • Building physics engineer: DGMR, Drachten
  • Landscape architect: MD-landschapsarchitecten, Groningen
  • Floor area: 6500 m2
  • Design period: 2012-2014
  • Start of construction: Summer 2014
  • Completion of project: July 2015
  • Photo credits: Mark Hadden
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Brede School Zuidhorn is a community school used for primary education (public and private), after-school care activities, sports, physical therapy and facilities for assisted living and working. During the design of the building, much attention has been paid to the different functions and to the different users of the building. The various program components are cleverly combined in a lens-shaped floor plan. Open spaces and squares connect the spaces and floors with each other.

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