MVRDV

MVRD Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries portraits

The founders of MVRDV, left to right: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, and Nathalie de Vries

Founded in Rotterdam in 1993, MVRDV is an award-winning architectural firm – with offices also in Paris and Shanghai – led by Dutch architects Winy Maas (b. 1959), Jacob van Rijs (b. 1965), and Nathalie de Vries (b. 1969).
Taking a cue from maverick architects such as Rem Koolhaas/OMA and Archigram, Maas, van Rijs, and de Vries have been able to create their own, highly original and powerful, architectural language.

The first work by MVRDV to receive international acclaim was the Dutch pavilion at the 2000 World Expo in Hannover, a futuristic building in which six levels stacked on one another reproduce the Dutch landscape in a mix of natural and artificial.

Since then, the Rotterdam-based firm has created a number of iconic buildings in which technology, expressiveness, and irony combine; including the Silodam housing complex in Amsterdam (2003), the Mirador building in Madrid (2005), the Gemini building in Copenhagen (2009), the Market Hall in Rotterdam (2014), the Ragnarock Museum in Roskilde (2016), and the new library of Tjanjin (2017).


our articles about MVRDV

Dutch Design Week 2017 | The Future City is Flexible by The Why Factory and MVRDV

Dutch Design Week 2017 | The Future City is Flexible by The Why Factory and MVRDV

During the current edition of Dutch Design Week, The Why Factory and MVRDV, present the project "The Future City is Flexible | (W)ego".
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Ragnarock museum – Roskilde

Ragnarock museum – Roskilde

The Ragnarock Museum for Pop, Rock and Youth Culture is a museum in Roskilde, a town 19 miles west of Copenhagen, designed by MVRDV and COBE
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Tianjin Binhai Library by MVRDV. Is this the library of the future?

Tianjin Binhai Library by MVRDV. Is this the library of the future?

The new Tianjin Binhai Library designed by MVRDV in China is a stunning piece of architecture. Yet, is really this the library of the future?
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