De Rotterdam "vertical city" complex. Located on the south bank of Rotterdam's Maas river. #architecture #rotterdam

Rotterdam

The Erasmus Bridge (Dutch: Erasmusbrug) is a combined cable-stayed and bascule bridge across the Nieuwe Maas, connecting the north and south parts of the city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The ft) bridge was designed by Ben van Berkel and completed in

Suspended concrete walls, an interesting take on a partition. The juxtaposition of concrete and weightlessness comes to mind.  KUB Bregenz by Oliver Fiegel, via Behance

I like the idea of a 'floating' wall. Its not really connected to the roof, floor or wall but separates space as if it were Kunsthaus Bregenz by Peter Zumthor

Rotterdam Willemsbrug. Biking over this bridge everyday = complete workout.

You are going to get to bike this bridge. Biking over this bridge everyday = complete workout.

Rotterdam Markthal and Laurens Church

Planet Appetite: The Surprising Shock of the New in Rotterdam, Holland

The skyline is not the only thing that's changing in Rotterdam - an experimental restaurant, a colossal market hall, a floating forest and a UNESCO World Heritage tobacco factory, are just some o.

Het Drijvend Paviljoen or the Floating Pavillion is situated in the Rijnhaven in Rotterdam. It has been built on the water, and has the form of three halve spheres. Currently it is used as an exhibition center.

Het Drijvend Paviljoen or the Floating Pavillion is situated in the Rijnhaven in Rotterdam. It has been built on the water, and has the form of three halve spheres. Currently it is used as an exhibition center.

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