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Hans Reineke

Christiaan Fokkema

Christel van der Hulst

Matthew Grace

Marianne Bindels

Jordi Bos

Nancy Samplonius-Beckers

Christiana Chaikali

Francesca Motta

Jana Riedel

Niels Nooy

Eylem Yilmaz-Kumru

Isabelle Bronzwaer

Nils Molen

Eveline Demouge



Hollandse Nieuwe Studio

Our studio is a testing ground, an open place for organized chaos. It is a place where we feel at home, where we eat and play table tennis together and where we love to work with our clients and advisors. Enthusiasm, curiosity and open-mindedness are the core values of the studio. Our work culture is characterized by low-threshold internal and external collaborations combined with direct communication and shared responsibilities.


Founded in 1992 and based in Amsterdam. Hollandse Nieuwe consists of an enthusiastic group of architects, interior architects and technical designers. We work on a variety of assignments with a strong focus on innovative work- and learning environments for national and international clients. At our studio we experiment with what we advise our clients. It is a place where we love to go to work, learn and play. Our LAB, the kitchen where we prepare food and design projects, the sustainable fit out, the creative circular re-use of our old office interior, the studio, Club Hollandais and the roof terrace, they all make a contribution to who we are.


Hollandse Nieuwe are partners in the European Architect Alliance, a network with expertise from more than 15 architectural firms in Europe. With practices in Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Paris, Milan, Helsinki, Dublin, Istanbul, Basel, Krakow, Copenhagen, Barcelona and Brussels, the EAA an effective collective. Through the EEA we can help Netherlands based companies to open locations abroad while also helping global companies to grow within Europe and the Netherlands.

The added value of the EAA then and its 400+ employees lies not only in their local presence but also in their knowledge and expertise. A deep understanding of local laws, regulations, local market and culture goes a long way to creating a successful and efficient project.