Hatert tower in Nijmegen redefines the neighbourhood


Built by 24h Architecture in Rotterdam, this residential tower can be found in the Hatert area of Nijmegen, not far from where I used to live back in the noughties.

24H architecture designed a sturdy tower with free formed balconies around, which make a recognizable sculpture from all directions; the new ‘crown’ of Hatert. The parking for the apartments is organized underneath a raised deck that will function as a new public space for the citizens of Hatert. Underneath the housing program the ground floor will be used as a community health centre.

Check out more pictures of this building here)

(Link: www.archdaily.com, Photo of Hatert Housing by Semur Kadal, some rights reserved.

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