Gallery: Tower Hatert’s Rippling Structure Brings Social Housing and a ...

The city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands has been working on a scheme to renovate and renew their housing infrastructure. Their master plan has included the Tower Hatert, a 13-story tower with apartments built above a community health center located at the ground level. Designed by 24H Architecture, the tower features free-form balconies wrapped around the building with metal screen railings inspired by the patterns of leaves. The project used FSC certified wood throughout and includes a sedum covered public plaza over its underground parking garage.

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