Flower stall JP Bloembinders
This newly-built structure replaces an existing wooden stall. Removing a small car park at the access road for the apartment buildings created a little square in front of the entry of these apartments. The new stall was situated as far back as possible at the rear of this square, allowing for a larger area for outside sales and an attractive entry for the apartments.
The stall’s sales room was designed as a fully transparent room with two closed volumes: a silver box with the cold store and the toilet room. The awning juts out as a free-standing element over the stall and together with the coloured, fixed sun shade it creates a distinctive landmark in the neighbourhood.
|Year||1996 – 2000|
|Client||JP Bloembinders, Gouda|
|Architect||Ruland Architects, Amsterdam|
|Photography||F. Keuzekamp, Pijnacker|