Participation exhibition WeMakeThe.City
The WMTC scale model exhibition provides detailed insights into the future of Amsterdam. In what way might Amsterdam grow and how will specific areas develop until around 2050? In NEMO the studio at the Marineterrein, scale models show the tremendous effort needed to come to a final design. It gives visitors the opportunity to picture […] Read more
Orato Offices
The very first impressions of Orato offices are live. A contemporary transparent office building with a unique void and lively play of endless sight lines. The design will complete a long desired office development on this location. The tower of fifteen floors, about 60 meters high, rises at the corner of the Wenckebachweg near the […] Read more
Oresti Sarafopoulos in VG Visie Rotterdam #2019
Oresti Sarafopoulos, architect partner OZ, elaborates on the importance of inner city developments, with a special focus on Rotterdam, in the newest VG visie edition ‘INRotterdam’. The interview is illustrated by the OZ designs for The Terraced Tower and Hofplein 19. Read the full article here Read more
OZ appoints three associates
Due to strong business growth and anticipating the future, OZ is pleased to announce the appointment of three associates. Marlies Zwols, Ewout de Jager and Lyongo Juliana, together with the architect partners John Bosch, Oresti Sarafopoulos, Chris Zwiers and Wouter Zaaijer and business director Victor Frequin, will shape the future of OZ. “We see a […] Read more
EUROPA light installation Hamburg
For a few years in a row now, OZ has been a sponsor of the light installation „EUROPA“ initiated by morePlatz architects. This project represents and symbolizes a united and open Europe in the public space. In addition, this installation supports cooperation in general and encourages to look beyond boundaries. We value the extra power […] Read more
Exposition Collective Comeback
“Collectivity makes a comeback in Amsterdam architecture.” Nowadays the architect’s focus when designing collective housing and building reveals interesting parallels with architects designing for shared spaces and facilities back in the period between 1965-1985. The ‘Collective Comeback’ exposition reflects on iconic buildings through a presentation of scale models, photographs, drawings and films of architecture from […] Read more