«The revitalization of the monument and landscaping, in combination with the varied residential, make Missiehuis a relaxed environment. A story to live.».
Combination of monumental
and green values with high
quality new houses
A relaxed environment
The Missiehuis building in Driehuis is writing a new chapter to its story as it will be transformed into a unique new residential area. The monumental building was originally built in 1924 as a residence and training institute for missionaries. From 1974 till 2012, the Royal Dutch Navy used it as a recovery site.
The new residential complex will offer new apartments and land-based homes. The ambition is to realize a special entity combining monumental and landscape values with high-quality new architecture giving the area a powerful new identity with the Missiehuis as a sparkling center.
Ommeren Architecten and Thijs Asselbergs Architectuurcentrale
12 in monument + 6 new
Urban procedure in progress
4 in monument + 35 new