NanaWall Façade Tour 2011 <br />Amsterdam ,The Netherlands <br />Osnabruck, Germany <br />June 2011<br />
Day 1<br />Preparing for the Audio Tour<br />
Outside the Lloyd Hotel<br />A renovated reformatory is now a cultural embassy.<br />
Helge laying out the game plan.<br />
It’s a Beautiful Day<br />
The Stretch Barge<br />
The Eastern Docklands<br />
Glass, rocks and bricks make up this courtyard.<br />
Double Skin in the Eastern Docklands<br />
On the Waterfront<br />
A perfect day - sunshine with a pleasant breeze.<br />
An operable solution for shade and sound.<br />
Modular School<br />
The architect explains the design and economics behind this modular school.<br />
“Wimpie” out on the river.<br />
Balconies <br />“Not just a place to store your bicycle and hibachi.”<br />
The “Golden Rule” <br />Bicycles have the right of way since the get their own pathway.<br />
Facades-Canals-Bicycles <br />A Day in the Life of Amsterdam<br />
The Design Freedom Corridor<br />
“Operable Double Skin with a Thermal Cavity”<br />Thanks Mic<br />
Open Air Living<br />
A Modern Life on the Water <br />
“Sail on Sailor”- From the mid 1500’s to the late 1600’s<br />the Dutch ruled the sea’s. <br />
What no rail ?<br />
Operable Thermally Broken Double Skin System on the Water<br />
A neighborhood of contemporary facades.<br />
Bill shows off his new signature line of cars.<br />
New vs. Old Facades<br />Hybrids vs. “Ducks” Vehicles<br />
Now you know why they call it “The Duck”.<br />
Yes, time for a café and for others “it’s five o clock somewhere”.<br />
Time for the canal tour…..<br />As Popeye would say –<br />“All aboard that’s going aboard”<br />
Finding Nemo with a patina.<br />
All things Amsterdam<br />Canals, Facades , Boats and Bicycles<br />
Webster’s definition of a yacht:<br />Any nautical craft for pleasure.<br />
Taking in the canals by boat.<br />
Again, bicycles do have the right of way.<br />
Ongoing façade restoration can be witnessed throughout the city.<br />
Postcard Day<br />
Michel and Bob agree-<br />“Viva La Citroën”<br />
The Symphony Hall<br />
“Symphony Crashers “<br />To be released in local theaters everywhere.<br />
Sorry George, <br />No Pink Floyd Tonight<br />
Day 2<br />“Going Green”<br />
On the roof of a gym.<br />
Literally a green façade.<br />
We do chicken and green facades right !<br />
“No photographs” the man yelled and thanks to Gino<br />he went back to bed.<br />
Artist commissioning as part of this façade.<br />
Options: open, closed or partially opened.<br />
Operable systems used in all the openings.<br />
Park View Living<br />“Moving on Up”<br />
Luxury living with avant garde design.<br />
Open Air Courtyard.<br />
Details within the façade work.<br />
A park within a park.<br />
Potted plants to scale.<br />I know there is a good joke here, come on we are in Amsterdam.<br />
Good news, I am putting the band back together and we are going to be called:<br />Deep Balconies<br />
Moving on to the Port District<br />
Conversion from a conveyer system to commercial space.<br />
Hard to capture the magnitude of this structure on camera.<br />
As well as the magnitude of these River Cruise Ships. <br />
Nautical elements are obvious in the intent of the design in this former ship building district.<br />
Modular container living in the port district.<br />
As we catch the ferry and catch a glimpse of a de-commissioned Soviet era submarine. <br />
Hydrofoil<br />Voskhod-1090hp can cruise at 33 knots with 70 passengers<br />
You don’t see one of these everyday.<br />It’s like being on the set of a James Bond movie.<br />
BOTEL; could not find this one in Webster’s Dictionary<br />
Sailing through the sea of cranes.<br />
One of many interesting projects under construction and another “laser focused” bicyclist.<br />
Lunchtime on the bridge.<br />
An open kitchen platform on the bridge.<br />
Sailing in to The Comfort Office<br />
Solarlux – The Comfort Office<br />Njiverdal, The Netherlands<br />
Explaining the energy efficiencies of this operable double skin <br />office building. <br />
Double Skin provides comfort and energy efficiency.<br />
Today where at 350 watts per hour that equals 1/5 of a hair dryer.<br />
All Glass Display<br />
Green roof with red plants.<br />
Day 3<br />Solarlux Showroom<br />Bissendorf, Germany<br />
Modular Balcony Systems on display.<br />
Enjoying that new Conference Room smell.<br />
Now Showing in the Architectural Tower<br />“Operable Double Skin Systems”<br />
Ralph starts the plant tour.<br />
George’s favorite part of the plant; the testing lab and pushing the limits.<br />
Million cycle testing.<br />
Yes, the SL25 off to a balcony or building somewhere in the world.<br />
The wood working facility and it’s state of the art C&C routing.<br />
Thanks Kerstin for all your support and assistance.<br />
The Night Watchman Tour<br />
Ed putting his Night Watchman face on.<br />
Q & A on the Facades of the 15th Century<br />
Explaining married life in the 1500’s.<br />
Could the tower be haunted ?<br />
Life back in the Dark Ages.<br />
Bill will put an end to any talk about ghosts or witches.<br />
Oh yes, the Arch and Waterloo discussion.<br />
“Cheeky”<br />Art imitates life or vice a versa ?<br />
Auf Wiedersehen und Danke<br />Osnabruck<br />
Your Cast and Crew<br />From left to right:<br />Stefan, Gino, Matt, Kirk, George, Alex, Nicole, Michael, Andy, David, Mic...
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  • 1. NanaWall Façade Tour 2011 <br />Amsterdam ,The Netherlands <br />Osnabruck, Germany <br />June 2011<br />
  • 2. Day 1<br />Preparing for the Audio Tour<br />
  • 3. Outside the Lloyd Hotel<br />A renovated reformatory is now a cultural embassy.<br />
  • 4. Helge laying out the game plan.<br />
  • 5. It’s a Beautiful Day<br />
  • 6. The Stretch Barge<br />
  • 7. The Eastern Docklands<br />
  • 8. Glass, rocks and bricks make up this courtyard.<br />
  • 9. Double Skin in the Eastern Docklands<br />
  • 10. On the Waterfront<br />
  • 11. A perfect day - sunshine with a pleasant breeze.<br />
  • 12. An operable solution for shade and sound.<br />
  • 13. Modular School<br />
  • 14. The architect explains the design and economics behind this modular school.<br />
  • 15. “Wimpie” out on the river.<br />
  • 16. Balconies <br />“Not just a place to store your bicycle and hibachi.”<br />
  • 17. The “Golden Rule” <br />Bicycles have the right of way since the get their own pathway.<br />
  • 18. Facades-Canals-Bicycles <br />A Day in the Life of Amsterdam<br />
  • 19. The Design Freedom Corridor<br />
  • 20. “Operable Double Skin with a Thermal Cavity”<br />Thanks Mic<br />
  • 21. Open Air Living<br />
  • 22. A Modern Life on the Water <br />
  • 23. “Sail on Sailor”- From the mid 1500’s to the late 1600’s<br />the Dutch ruled the sea’s. <br />
  • 24. What no rail ?<br />
  • 25. Operable Thermally Broken Double Skin System on the Water<br />
  • 26. A neighborhood of contemporary facades.<br />
  • 27. Bill shows off his new signature line of cars.<br />
  • 28. New vs. Old Facades<br />Hybrids vs. “Ducks” Vehicles<br />
  • 29. Now you know why they call it “The Duck”.<br />
  • 30. Yes, time for a café and for others “it’s five o clock somewhere”.<br />
  • 31. Time for the canal tour…..<br />As Popeye would say –<br />“All aboard that’s going aboard”<br />
  • 32. Finding Nemo with a patina.<br />
  • 33. All things Amsterdam<br />Canals, Facades , Boats and Bicycles<br />
  • 34. Webster’s definition of a yacht:<br />Any nautical craft for pleasure.<br />
  • 35. Taking in the canals by boat.<br />
  • 36. Again, bicycles do have the right of way.<br />
  • 37. Ongoing façade restoration can be witnessed throughout the city.<br />
  • 38. Postcard Day<br />
  • 39. Michel and Bob agree-<br />“Viva La Citroën”<br />
  • 40. The Symphony Hall<br />
  • 41. “Symphony Crashers “<br />To be released in local theaters everywhere.<br />
  • 42. Sorry George, <br />No Pink Floyd Tonight<br />
  • 43. Day 2<br />“Going Green”<br />
  • 44. On the roof of a gym.<br />
  • 45. Literally a green façade.<br />
  • 46. We do chicken and green facades right !<br />
  • 47. “No photographs” the man yelled and thanks to Gino<br />he went back to bed.<br />
  • 48. Artist commissioning as part of this façade.<br />
  • 49. Options: open, closed or partially opened.<br />
  • 50. Operable systems used in all the openings.<br />
  • 51. Park View Living<br />“Moving on Up”<br />
  • 52. Luxury living with avant garde design.<br />
  • 53. Open Air Courtyard.<br />
  • 54. Details within the façade work.<br />
  • 55. A park within a park.<br />
  • 56. Potted plants to scale.<br />I know there is a good joke here, come on we are in Amsterdam.<br />
  • 57. Good news, I am putting the band back together and we are going to be called:<br />Deep Balconies<br />
  • 58. Moving on to the Port District<br />
  • 59. Conversion from a conveyer system to commercial space.<br />
  • 60. Hard to capture the magnitude of this structure on camera.<br />
  • 61. As well as the magnitude of these River Cruise Ships. <br />
  • 62. Nautical elements are obvious in the intent of the design in this former ship building district.<br />
  • 63. Modular container living in the port district.<br />
  • 64. As we catch the ferry and catch a glimpse of a de-commissioned Soviet era submarine. <br />
  • 65. Hydrofoil<br />Voskhod-1090hp can cruise at 33 knots with 70 passengers<br />
  • 66. You don’t see one of these everyday.<br />It’s like being on the set of a James Bond movie.<br />
  • 67. BOTEL; could not find this one in Webster’s Dictionary<br />
  • 68. Sailing through the sea of cranes.<br />
  • 69. One of many interesting projects under construction and another “laser focused” bicyclist.<br />
  • 70. Lunchtime on the bridge.<br />
  • 71. An open kitchen platform on the bridge.<br />
  • 72. Sailing in to The Comfort Office<br />
  • 73. Solarlux – The Comfort Office<br />Njiverdal, The Netherlands<br />
  • 74. Explaining the energy efficiencies of this operable double skin <br />office building. <br />
  • 75. Double Skin provides comfort and energy efficiency.<br />
  • 76. Today where at 350 watts per hour that equals 1/5 of a hair dryer.<br />
  • 77. All Glass Display<br />
  • 78. Green roof with red plants.<br />
  • 79. Day 3<br />Solarlux Showroom<br />Bissendorf, Germany<br />
  • 80. Modular Balcony Systems on display.<br />
  • 81. Enjoying that new Conference Room smell.<br />
  • 82. Now Showing in the Architectural Tower<br />“Operable Double Skin Systems”<br />
  • 83. Ralph starts the plant tour.<br />
  • 84. George’s favorite part of the plant; the testing lab and pushing the limits.<br />
  • 85. Million cycle testing.<br />
  • 86. Yes, the SL25 off to a balcony or building somewhere in the world.<br />
  • 87. The wood working facility and it’s state of the art C&C routing.<br />
  • 88. Thanks Kerstin for all your support and assistance.<br />
  • 89. The Night Watchman Tour<br />
  • 90. Ed putting his Night Watchman face on.<br />
  • 91. Q & A on the Facades of the 15th Century<br />
  • 92. Explaining married life in the 1500’s.<br />
  • 93. Could the tower be haunted ?<br />
  • 94. Life back in the Dark Ages.<br />
  • 95. Bill will put an end to any talk about ghosts or witches.<br />
  • 96. Oh yes, the Arch and Waterloo discussion.<br />
  • 97. “Cheeky”<br />Art imitates life or vice a versa ?<br />
  • 98. Auf Wiedersehen und Danke<br />Osnabruck<br />
  • 99. Your Cast and Crew<br />From left to right:<br />Stefan, Gino, Matt, Kirk, George, Alex, Nicole, Michael, Andy, David, Mic, Michel, Bob, Christof, and Bill.<br />

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