Netherlands Amsterdam - Java Island -. God created the world, But the Dutch created the Netherlands. Site : Eastern Harbour Area, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Eastern Harbour Area Java Island, KNSM Island Sporenburg , Borneo Island Newly developed areas. Tosarituin. Imogirituin.
God created the world, But the Dutch created the Netherlands
Site : Eastern HarbourArea, Amsterdam, Netherlands • Eastern Harbour Area • Java Island, KNSM IslandSporenburg, Borneo Island • Newly developed areas
Tosarituin Imogirituin Kratontuin TamonSapituin Design : SjoerdSoeters 5 Area 4Harbour – 9 bridge Creating a garden on the theme of the season to secure green PARK - Tosarituin, Imogirituin, TamonSapituin, Kratontuin
Java island is connected with the land Jan Schaeferbrug Verbindingsdam
Various forms of the canal around the house – Brantasgracht 16-century brick house is similar But, A glass timber, cover the entire front of the building as a place in the frame for a variety of changes was given a modern feel
ASTERN DOCKLANDS AMSTERDAM Layout, architecture and facilities Innovative new architecture, grand historical buildings and ingenious city planning The central area of the Eastern Docklands, right along the Y-lake, has some of the most striking new apartment buildings and also most of the historical buildings in the area. Several of these historical maritime buildings have been renovated ; others are still being restored. A shopping center is situated in an old warehouse called Brazilie. In the earlier part of the twentieth century this warehouse was used for cocoa storage from Central or South America.
The historical Lloyd Hotel at the lakeside was a hotel for emigrants from Central and Eastern Europe to the Americas in the early twentieth century. It has been renovated and now it is again a hotel and a cultural centre. The Lloyd Quarantaine Building is now a restaurant and a centre for young artists. The Lloyd Coffeehouse has turned into a restaurant and local cultural center. The new grand music building Muziekgebouwain 't IJ (IJsbreker/Bimhuis) and the present passenger terminal for cruise ships are located in the western part of the Eastern Docklands.
Several new developments are planned on Eastern Docks Island. For example, the new Central Library of Amsterdam (opening July 2007) and the conservatory will be located there. This island is now under construction. About 1000-2000 meters south of the Eastern Docklands area, a new university campus of Amsterdam University is under construction. The new university area is located between the neighborhoods Indischeburt (Indian quarter) and Watergraafsmeer, next to the ringroad A 10 and at a distance of about five to ten minutes by car of public transport from the Eastern Docklands. The central part of the neighborhood is next to the former city-wall bulwarks. On a remaining bulwark just south of the Eastern Docklands is a seventeenth century city windmill.
This part of the neighborhood has small streets and canals with attractive canal houses and community gardens and some old warehouses. The central park in the area, de Rietlanden, is situated around the main streets in the central area. The area around Piet Hein Kade, the main street in the neighborhood, is still under construction. A fast tram line connects the Eastern Docklands to Central Station and IJburg islands.