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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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Amare received the BREEAM NL Excellent certificate! A unique performance for a theatre and education building of this size and complexity in the Netherlands. Amare proofs to be a liveable, energy-efficient and future-proof building.

Start Final Design Glanerbrook Sports Park

The Glanerbrook Sports Park in Geleen will be substantially transformed and expanded in the coming years. On the 1st of July 2022, NOAHH and landscape architects Buro Poelmans Reesink started with the Final Design. This month an information center opened at the site in the Burgemeester Damenpark where the history and future plans can now be seen by everyone.

Winner ARC21 Interior Award: CLV Veenendaal

On November 18 the Christian Lyceum Veenendaal has been selected as winner of the ARC21 Interior Award. Together with Ex-Interiors we delivered a design that is ready for the future, but with respect for the past.