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nunc architecten
location Zaandam
function bicycle stand
contributed by johankrol

Designed to release the pressure on the public space of the main shopping avenue of Zaandam, the fietsenpakhuis-building accommodates a daily storage of 700 bicycles. The Fietsenpakhuis is inspired by the archetype of the 'Zaanse' warehouse. An expressive wooden structure of beams and columns supports the building and is enclosed by a shell of brickwork. The Fietsenpakhuis is a public space, inviting all cyclists to enter. A huge folding door that opens completely gives access to a double-height open space with a gently inclined staircase leading to the upper floor. The street facade is transparent showing off the main function of its existence, the stored bicycles. On ground level a big window reveals the workshop of the mechanics. They control the free entrance of the parking, and handle the other functions; public toilets, bike repair, renting out bikes and lockers.


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Vinkenstraat 46
Project is public!
Opening hours weekdays: 8.30-18.30 h. Saturdays: 8.30-17.30 h. Closed on Sunday.
How to get there? Train station Zaandam, adjacent to the main shopping street.
This project is part of 4 guides German by ningkoo
Germany by KseniaKnyazkina
Others by CHY
zaandam by zhuwei
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Completion 6- 2011
Floor area/size 680 m2
Architectnunc architecten
cooperating designerJoćo Bentes de Oliveira
Client Gemeente Zaanstad
Project ID 8759
Latitude/Longitude 52°26'23N 04°49'12E
Contributed by johankrol
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