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Max Rink lectures at Border Conditions Symposium, TU Delft

Programme flyer Symposium X agendas for Architecture

Article in AIT magazine

Article in AIT magazine

German magazine AIT published an article on YNNO Workplace. The organically shaped woodstructures that characterise the design were extensively reviewed.

Profile in Architectuur.nl

Profile in Architectuur.nl

SPRIKK is featuring the ‘Platform’ section of the first issue in 2011 of magazine ‘Architectuur.nl’. In an extensive interview the

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SPRIKK Nominated in TU Delft Competition

sprikk was nominated for their proposal of the future of the Mekelpark, a park that forms the centre of the

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Kamp de Marke Construction Started

in spite of freezing temperatures construction of the reception building at Kamp de Marke has started.

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Border Conditions book published

Projects by Max Rink and Klaas Kresse are featured in the book Border Conditions book description The book will present

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AIR StartUp Lecture

Johan van Sprundel will lecture at the oncoming Air Startup Event on 1 November

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Construction of Atelier Hernen started

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SPRIKK & Posad Selected In Open Call (bruggencluster)

SPRIKK & Posad were selected in open call by GW Rotterdam for the design of 65 slow traffic bridges  

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*SPRIKK receives SBIR certificate

Minister Verburg of LNV awarded sprikk in cooperation with Ruud Smeelen and KWB Boxtel with an SBIR-certificate. sprikk in cooperation

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Youmeet finished

Today the innovative meetingcentre Youmeet in Utrecht was finished. links: Youmeet – see the project Youmeet website

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YNNO Workplace finished

The interior of the new offices of consultancy firm YNNO was finished today. The consultants are eagerly unpacking their things