Shareholder at Wall Street

Thirdyears students of ArtCoDe FHK this year participate with met Credit Fontys in Wall Street, the financial centre of DDW. It is a project of  Lucas Maassen c.s. The students have seduced us to be shareholder in their business: don't mis the publication! Read more >>

Greenline series introduced

At the Dag van de Openbare ruimte 2017 Struyk Verwo Infra introduces its latest products. The Greenline series is designed in cooperation with Blom&Moors and offers a multifunctional series of concrete elements. The slender elements with a slanted profile are available in 2 heights: 30 and 45 cm. In addition there are elements with seats in bamboo or wood. Visit the stand and see them "for real"!

Pilot station furnishings DB at Wolfsburg Hbf

Commissioned by Deutsche Bahn Blom&Moors has designed a new seating system and pavilion that are currently being tested in a pilot at Wolfsburg Hbf. Gute Reise!
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‘GO’ for Spoorpark Tilburg

On April 10, the City Council agreed with the construction of the Spoorpark in down town Tilburg. We are busy with the elaboration of the design. In September the construction will start, so visitors can enjoy the new park in the summer of 2018.

Maarten van Rossem will not sleep

The Volkskrant tweets: Maarten van Rossem visits Utrecht Central station. While beeing seated he starts a conversation in style. See the movie >>

About Dutch wild life and arenas

Have you ever been at the Slikken van Flakkee? These vast plains with creeks and bird island along the Grevelingenmeer fall dry at low tide. It is a coming and going of twittering birds. Konik and Fjords walk around freely on the grass plains. This typical Dutch nature is enhanced and made more accessible for recreation. New creeks, islands and paths will be realised by Verboon Maasland this autumn. In cooperation with landscape architect Robbert de Koning we made plans for two wild arenas, lookout spots, fences and more.

Building Kabaal in de Kloostertuin

The new school year has started with a presentation of the refurbishment plans for the Kloostertuin in Tilburg. After the kick-off of the Stichting Kloostertuin, Montessori Elementary School De Elzen and BSO Elzen we have explained and discussed the preliminary design with the local residents. The enthusiasm is growing: there are new people joining. The new plans can be seen on the fences in the Kloostertuin. This autumn Brouwers Groenaannemers will start the realisation. After that: plenty of room to play, garden and enjoy!

Restauration offers nice opportunity

This summer the restoration plans for the Bovenlandse Sluis have been developed. Commissioned by Waterschap Aa en Maas Heijmans will fully modernise and restore the complex. Read more >> 
This offers an excellent opportunity to start with the second part of the project Balkon aan de Maas: also at the location of the former steam pumping station we will develop a nice place to stay.

Exhibition in De Elzen

So many drawings, models, and other nice works we did receive! They are all in the exhibition at De Elzen. Of course we will take care of all the ideas in the design for the Kloostertuin. It will become great!

The Anneville incident - Blom&Moors at the Dutch Design Week

With pleasure we invite you to the exhibition 'the Anneville incident' and our contribution 'Wat als/What if'. 
The exhibition will take place during the Dutch Design Week 2015, 17-25 october, 12-17 o'clock, in the InnovA58 project space, Torenallee 28-10, 5617 BD Eindhoven.

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The start of Kabaal in de Kloostertuin

The Kloostertuin is a nice hidden playground in the centre of the Bomenbuurt. This playground and the one of the elementary school De Elzen will be merged and are ready for a makeover. The Stichting Kloostertuin, elementary school De Elzen and BSO Elzen started a cooperation. Blom&Moors has been asked to do the design process, in which participation of the children of De Elzen and the neighbourhood takes place: Kabaal in de Kloostertuin. We started with a movie in which we ask everybody to let us know their wishes!

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Refurbishment shopping centre Arena Den Bosch is finished

Shopping centre ‘Arena Den Bosch’, which is located in the city ‘s-Hertogenbosch, is attractive and inviting for shoppers again. Blom&Moors and architect Bob Custers of VOCUS architecten BNA worked together on a new impulse for new facades and public spaces. Meanwhile the Arena is in full use. The public enjoys the new meeting places. In the glass display cases at large table a series of archaeological finds is shown, coming from the pottery that was located here in the middle ages.

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New look for shopping centre Arena is revealing

The alterations in shopping centre Arena Den Bosch are in full swing. After removing the stone floor and wall sections, the restoration works have been started. The new floor, consisting of three colours grey granite, looks fresh and graphic. The steel railings are replaced by glass balustrades. The spatial impact is already visible. As soon as the new striped sofas, the table with archaeological finds as well and also the colourful plantings will be placed, a new chapter will be added to the rich history of this place.

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Picnic and storytelling

The realisation of the Balcony at the river Maas is completed and ready for her visitors. Waterboard Aa en Maas, contractor Postma and Blom&Moors are looking back on a splendid cooperation and a special project result. Cyclists and walkers along the dyke may pause in this special place near the pumping station and inquire themselves about the history, function and ecological value of the three special hydraulic engineering works. And besides it is a lovely spot for a picnic.

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