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H&M Apeldoorn

Two old retail properties in the city center of Apeldoorn have been completely demolished and a new retail property has been rebuilt for the H&M retail chain. The original buildings, built in the beginning of the last century, were outdated and no longer met the requirements that are set for retail properties today. With respect for the place and the past, a new building has been built in which the identity and characteristics of the original facades have been restored. This is clearly reflected in the facade layouts and the detailing of the window frames and eaves.

The new building consists of three floors and has a gross floor area of approximately 2500 square meters. The new building takes into account climate adaptation and nature inclusivity. This means that the rainwater does not end up in the sewer, but is directly infiltrated into the soil. In addition, a vegetation roof has been applied. All this has resulted in a future-proof retail property.

architect: Arnoud Olie / client: Dela Vastgoed B.V / completion: 2018

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