Pitched roofing WATERRIJK OESTERDAM RESORT
zinc-titaniummetal lookstanding seam

pitched roofing
pitched roofing
pitched roofing
pitched roofing
pitched roofing
pitched roofing
pitched roofing
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Characteristics

Type
pitched
Material
zinc-titanium
Appearance
metal look
Technical characteristics
standing seam
Other characteristics
ribbed

Description

Waterrijk Oesterdam is a luxury resort situated in the centre of the Oosterschelde National Park. The resort offers unique villas by the water, a small port, a beach and a central building where the reception, the hotel apartments, the buildings dedicated to restaurants and bars, the shops and the wellness areas are located. The roofs of all the villas and the central building are made of the rolled zintek® titanium zinc products, produced from Zintek, with a natural colour for the villas and a combination of natural and earth brown for the central building. Michel van den Bogaard and Evert Pronk, of BINT Architecten, designed the central building of the resort. We asked Michel and Evert a few questions about this special project in Tholen. How did the project emerge? The project for the central building follows three main directions that branch out towards the surrounding landscape, while the wings of the central building, which are at a 120-degree angle, simulate a gesture of invitation. With this detail in mind, you are literally greeted, coming from anywhere, with “open arms” towards the centre of the holiday village. Its main function is that of being a great lobby made of glass, from which you can admire the surrounding landscape from every angle. In this way, visitors will immediately feel at home and will know where to find everything.

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