UNS­tu­dio archive

UNS­tu­dio has recent­ly ope­ned a part of its model archive – loca­ted on the KNSM island in Amsterdam – to the public.

 

Ori­gi­nal­ly inten­ded to act as an ins­pi­ra­tion space – where UNS­tu­dio’s archi­tects and desi­gners could learn about the his­to­ry and desi­gn pro­cesses at the prac­tice – the UNS­tu­dio model archive has now been made acces­sible to the public by way of a twice-year­ly series of small chan­ging exhi­bi­tions.

 

The UNS­tu­dio archive can be visi­ted with architour.

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Exclu­sive Visit

The first exhi­bi­tion, entit­led ‘Hid­den Trea­sures’, cele­brates the 30-year his­to­ry of UNS­tu­dio and high­lights a selec­tion of models pro­du­ced by the stu­dio over the years.

 

The exhi­bi­tion includes over 50 models, ran­ging from hand­craf­ted concept, paper and sketch models, through to pro­cess models and form stu­dies that demons­trate the desi­gn deve­lop­ment of a wide selec­tion of pro­jects, and on to the very ear­liest 3D prin­ted scale models.

architour arranges pri­vate group visits to the exhi­bi­tion, accom­pa­nied by an archi­tect from our team.

  • We aim to inte­grate the exhi­bi­tion visit into lon­ger tour pro­grammes.
  • Time frame for the archive visit : ca. 30–45 minutes
  • Let us know if you would like to include a visit to the archive into your tour !