It was a great pleasure that the students of the SHEA - Student Health Environment Association took the initiative to invite Andrea Möhn as one of the selected worldwide participants to give a lecture about her current work.
The cocoon made of solid cherry wood, will be the most important element in the redesign of the living environment of a mentally disabled.. After a careful analysis, an environment was designed that exactly met her protection needs.
“Circulaire Herinrichting Raadzaal en Publiekshal Gemeente Diemen” we designed.
Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam
Towards the end of July we held a presentation for the
Montessori Lyceum, a school in Amsterdam.
We studied the possibility's of the reuse of two of the four buildings and extended it. The results were presented to the board of the MLA just before the summer holidays. We are pretty trilled to show them to you.
Competition for the new Heart clinic in Hamburg (Germany) with 50.000 m2. Heart clinic dominated by the volume of the surgical centre creating an entrance area with a green 'canyon' and a waterfall inside.
IABR tours include 4
of our projects
23.04.2016 - 10.07.2016
The International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, to be held in the district of Katendrecht (www.iabr.nl). Tours will be held Saturdays and Sundays will visit four of our local projects: Adventure Playground, Paravente, Playground Tolhuisstraat and Walhalla House.
After a very short and creative period of 8 months, the beautiful new public area of Diemen's town hall has been opened. Mayor Erik Boog and architect Andrea Möhn held the opening speeches about the circular approach and collaboration with the different stakeholders for the design. To learn about the project have a look here!
European Healthcare Design 2018
Andrea Möhn and Linda van Beest (Ipse de Bruggen) held a lecture at 'European Healthcare Design 2018' about: 'Dolf’s Room - How changing the environment of a client with mental disabilities can make a difference'.
An existing building has been renovated into a central facility for diagnose, treatment and care. The additional volume provides functions and flexible facilities with a new and fresh appearance.
Office excursion along 8 healthcare projects of Möhn+Bouman Architects.
Second PRIZE for the competition;
"Masterplan for the University Hospital Münster", together with Boom Landscape!
Aim is the reorganization of the 24 ha. campus including 56.000 m2 of new buildings in an already heterogenous context. Rather than creating more fragmentation, in our plan the new buildings are used to mend and structure. In doing so we created space for a large public park which unites different parts of the campus and provides it with a new, friendly face towards the city.
First public meeting for our Harbour Housing initiative has been held successful on April 16th. The aim is to realise a tailor-made urban housing project for particular groups of clients.
In doing so we hope to provide an alternative for traditional commercial dutch housing developments.
lecture at the University of Applied Sciences Dortmund
During the 'International Week' Andrea Möhn gave a lecture on the topic 'The Netherlands - designing, planning, building - how's it going there?' In which she gave insight into the building practice in the Netherlands.
New home and daycare for mentally disabled
After less than a year of construction, the key handover was celebrated today. Four beautiful buildings were mentally disabled can develop their skills on what was once a farming in a vast landscape. https://www.am-a.eu/work-home
Andrea Möhn held a lecture at "ARCH19 –Building for better health. Research and innovation in architecture and urban design for care and health" conference in Norway about "Your personal Space".
Andrea Möhn and Linda van Beest spoke at the dutch Zorgtotaal 2019 fair about 'Dolf's room - the changed life of a client with an intellectual disability'.
Dutch leading school magazine "Schooldomein" published an example of our circular approach for the town hall of Diemen in their newest edition, to inspire schools to follow and start with circular reuse as well. Have a lookhere.
Andrea Möhn and Linda van Beest (Ipse de Bruggen) held a lecture at 'EuHPN 2018, European Health Property Netwerk' in Gothenburg.
They talked about: 'Dolf’s Room - How changing the environment of a client with mental disabilities can make a difference to his life'.
Andrea Möhn will hold a lecture called; "THINK DIFFERENT!" at the Institute Housing and Design (IWE), University of Stuttgart.
The lecture will take place on April 27th.
We have been asked to start a series of studies for the transformation of a monumental, post-war church into a service centre for the local community.
The church is located in the north-east of Holland and has been vacant for several years. With respect for the former meaning of the church in religious as well as architectural sense, the client is seeking solutions to convert the church-building in a community centre with the focus on health care services, possibly along with the addition of housing for elderly nearby. A highly interesting and challenging assignment is about to start!