Loes van Duijvendijk Photography

Volkskrant - Koningsweg, Arnhem

For the Volkskrant I had the opportunity to wander around Koningsweg estate in Arnhem. Searching for the eleven follies, each uniquely hidden in the greenery.

“These eleven follies are architectural structures originally meant purely to please the eye. But you can also spend the night in them! Together they form a wonderful little holiday village, the crown jewel of the redevelopment of Koningsweg. From a barracks area to a ‘cultural enclave’ where people live, work, and recreate.” - Kirsten Hannema

Jachthut - Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten
Bat - Architectuur Maken
Hooiberg - Kraft Architecten
de Ooggetuige - Opzoom Architecten
Dolmen - Space Encounters
Kazemat - JCR Architecten
Buitenverblijf Nest - i29 Architects & NAMO Architecture
Woodstack - Studio Aaan



Waaggebouw Woensel-West

Photography for NEXT architects

‘The new multifunctional cultural center in Eindhoven signifies a new focal point for Woensel-West. At the top of Edisonstraat, space has now been cleared for Waag Woensel-West designed by NEXT architects, which features a distinct sculptural design and striking color. This multifaceted building embraces the colorful neighborhood, thanks to a pronounced design crowned by corner accents, the diversity of its various levels and the distinctive orange façade’. - NEXT architects


Physiotherapy practice Amyon - Brightside Architects

Photography for Brightside Architects



Out There #5 - De Zwarte Hond

For De Zwarte Hond I visited five different station areas in the Netherlands and documented how people live, work, and meet there. The photos are featured in the new OutThere #5 magazine.



House R - Eindhoven

Photography for Studio of Things

‘A simple volume where space, light, use of materials and color create quality for family life.
Located in the Strijp R district on the edge of the forest, Wielewaal estate, at short distance from the Philips de Jonghpark and within walking distance of the lively Strijp-S district’. - Eek and Dekkers

Published in: The [radical] project