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NOAHH | Network Oriented Architecture is a multidisciplinary architecture firm that’s driven by the ambition to meet the challenges of a constantly changing society. Our network-based approach acts as a springboard for social interaction in public spaces through architecture and urbanism – stimulating people to meet and connect. We are fascinated by the interaction between buildings and the environment. We aspire to design innovative buildings that are user-friendly 24-7 and that gradually transform into a canvas for interpretation, rather than a defined place that’s set in time. We are specialized in innovative complex projects with a social agenda, such as cultural, educational and public buildings that have a significant impact on the city and its residents. We strive to design architecture that connects.
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NOAHH selected to design Glanerbrook Sports Park

We are proud to announce that we are selected to design the new sports park in Glanerbrook for our client Gemeente Sittard-Geleen! We strive to create a meaningful, future-proof meeting place for the neighbourhood. We look forward to a fruitful participatory process.

Presentation design Community Centre Zwartewaal

We are excited to present our design for the new community centre in Zwartewaal! The new community centre will host a primary school, the community centre, as well as several sports facilities. The multifunctional building will form the beating heart of the community.

Construction completed Christelijk Lyceum Veenendaal

On the exact location where the Christian Lyceum Veenendaal opened its doors more than fifty years ago, a beautiful, futureproof, and (almost) energy-neutral school has been completed this November! Reuse, circularity, and identity are central to its regenerative design.