MVRDV becomes the highest ranking Dutch practice after zooming into the WA100 , the World Architecture TOP 100 tables at number 51. "Having invested in expansion in China and France, the practice is now turning its attention to building up work in Germany and North America. Its main markets are Western Europe and China.
MVRDV is also investing in new typologies such as laboratories and education and building expertise in scripting, interiors and sustainability.
Ongoing projects include the mixed-use, 65,000 sq m redevelopment of a post-industrial site in Kiel, Germany and an art storage facility for the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam."
A great achievement, being not only the highest ranking Dutch practice but also one of actually only seven new firms entering the World Architecture TOP 100 tables 2020.
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