Dutch school architecture awards announced

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The winners of the Dutch National School Building Award (Scholenbouwprijs) have been announced, with the award's website showing images of eight winning projects.

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Wiel Arets Architects' Sportcampus Leidsche Rijn in Utrecht (top and above) was among the winners.

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Metzo College by Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects (above, see our earlier story here) won the overall prize in the Further Education category, while PC Basisschool Prinsehaghe in The Hague by Geurst & Schulze (below) won the overall Primary Education prize.

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Other winners include TANGRAM Architekten's Hervormd Lyceum West in Amsterdam (above and below).

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The winners were announced at a ceremony in Utrecht on 26 January.

The full list of winners is:

Further education

  • Hervormd Lyceum West, Amsterdam, by TANGRAM Architekten
  • Lyceum Ypenburg, Den Haag, by DP6 Architectuurstudio
  • Metzo College, Doetinchem, by Erick Van Egeraat Associated Architects (overall winner)
  • Sportcampus Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht, by Wiel Arets Architects

Primary education

  • OBS de Globe/Johannesschool, Amsterdam, by architect Zeinstra van der Pol
  • PC Basisschool Prinsehaghe, The Hague by Geurst & Schulze (overall winner)
  • Montessorischool Arcade, Utrecht, by VenhoevenCS Architecten
  • OBS Het Spectrum, the Hague by Marlies Rohmer

More images of winning projects follow...

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Above: Lyceum Ypenburg, Den Haag, by DP6 Architectuurstudio

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Above: Lyceum Ypenburg, Den Haag, by DP6 Architectuurstudio

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Above: Montessorischool Arcade, Utrecht, by VenhoevenCS Architecten

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Above: Montessorischool Arcade, Utrecht, by VenhoevenCS Architecten

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Above: Montessorischool Arcade, Utrecht, by VenhoevenCS Architecten
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Above: OBS Het Spectrum, the Hague by Marlies Rohmer

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  • http://www.guerilladucators.typepad.com John Sole

    Very inspiring educational facilities designs. I work to connect school architects/designers/planners to students/curriculum via Project Based Service Learning. I have made my blog, http://www.guerillaeducators.typepad.com a repository for some compelling video examples of how the design process itself offers a powerful loop for designing effective teaching and learning spaces and creating opportunities for rigorous teaching and learning within those spaces.