De Ploeg is an ensemble of factory building and park in Bergeijk, designed by architect Gerrit Rietveld and landscaper Mien Ruys. The factory was built in 1956-1959 as a weaving mill. After the original owner left, the building was empty for a few years, looking for a new function. Until the exhibition developer Bruns bought it to establish offices and workshops.

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Air photo of the ensemble

In one year, the National Monument has been completely refurbished. Diederendirrix, in collaboration with Atelier van Asseldonk designed the refurbishment. The park, which also has the same monumental status, is being renovated in accordance with the vison of Mien Ruys.

 

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De Ploeg for refurbishment

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Offices De Ploeg after refurbishment

Project details

  • Start date
  • October 2015
  • End date
  • December 2016
  • Client
  • Bruns
  • Dimensions
  • 8.000 m2
  • Photography
  • JW KaldenbachSerge TechnauNorbert van Onna

Want to know more about this project?

Rob Meurders

Creative director/ Partner

+31 (0)40 26 06 744E-mail