Check out Holland’s Technicolor Tulip Fields from Above! Check out Holland’s Technicolor Tulip Fields from Above! Check out Holland’s Technicolor Tulip Fields from Above! Check out Holland’s Technicolor Tulip Fields from Above! Check out Holland’s Technicolor Tulip Fields from Above!
A bookstore inside a 13th century Gothic cathedral in Holland. A bookstore inside a 13th century Gothic cathedral in Holland. A bookstore inside a 13th century Gothic cathedral in Holland. A bookstore inside a 13th century Gothic cathedral in Holland.
Recreational Island House by 2by4-architects. Recreational Island House by 2by4-architects. Recreational Island House by 2by4-architects.
Jólan van der Wiel is a young Dutch designer developing furniture whose forms are determined by magnetic reactions. Jólan van der Wiel is a young Dutch designer developing furniture whose forms are determined by magnetic reactions.

Jólan van der Wiel is a young Dutch designer developing furniture whose forms are determined by magnetic reactions.

Dogma House in Leeuwarden, Netherlands Dogma House in Leeuwarden, Netherlands
Lucas Maassen & Sons is a Dutch furniture “factory” run primarily by a man and his 3 young sons, who design, build and paint the pieces for a fee of one euro per piece. Lucas Maassen & Sons is a Dutch furniture “factory” run primarily by a man and his 3 young sons, who design, build and paint the pieces for a fee of one euro per piece. Lucas Maassen & Sons is a Dutch furniture “factory” run primarily by a man and his 3 young sons, who design, build and paint the pieces for a fee of one euro per piece. Lucas Maassen & Sons is a Dutch furniture “factory” run primarily by a man and his 3 young sons, who design, build and paint the pieces for a fee of one euro per piece.
"Waiting for the River" is built over a drained river that will be re-flooded over the next ten years. It’s a space to wait, to anticipate, and to prepare for the return of the river.

"Waiting for the River" is built over a drained river that will be re-flooded over the next ten years. It’s a space to wait, to anticipate, and to prepare for the return of the river.

“Waiting for the River” is an inhabitable bridge, built over a sewage canal that over the next decade will slowly become a natural river once again. Via.

“Waiting for the River” is an inhabitable bridge, built over a sewage canal that over the next decade will slowly become a natural river once again. Via.

Dutch art collective Observatorium's “Waiting for the River” is a meditation on time, history, and anticipation. In preparation for the planned flooding of the Emscher River (currently a sewage canal) a decade away, the group built a 125-foot-long structure that’s at once a bridge and a small village that includes a hostel, kitchen, bathroom, and meeting space. In dedicating themselves to a distant future, the group has created a series of spaces that amplify the immediate, perpetual act of waiting. Via.

Dutch art collective Observatorium's “Waiting for the River” is a meditation on time, history, and anticipation. In preparation for the planned flooding of the Emscher River (currently a sewage canal) a decade away, the group built a 125-foot-long structure that’s at once a bridge and a small village that includes a hostel, kitchen, bathroom, and meeting space. In dedicating themselves to a distant future, the group has created a series of spaces that amplify the immediate, perpetual act of waiting. Via.