Marc Koehler Architects

Marc Koehler Architects

About Marc Koehler Architects

Marc Koehler Architects (MKA) is an international design agency founded in 2005 by Dutch architect Marc Koehler. Based in Amsterdam, the practice comprises a multidisciplinary team of 25 architects, designers and engineers.

MKA designs spatial concepts, solutions, and tools that enable people to co-create their living, working, learning or leisure environment, inspiring a more sustainable and creative world.  “We try to create valuable connections between buildings and their natural and urban environment, the culture of its users and the latest technical possibilities,” says Koehler. “We aim to improve people’s lives by giving special attention to details in everyday situations and turning them into unique moments, using simple means. Architecture is thus not a luxury product but a creative mindset that can be applied at any spatial scale.”

Currently, MKA is involved in the design of experimental collective housing projects, community buildings, ecological dune houses and urban design studies for self-made cities. Marc holds a Masters in Architecture from the Technical University of Delft (TU Delft). MKA’s work has been recognized with the World Architecture Festival Housing Award (Completed Buildings) and Director’s Special Award in 2017 and Dutch Building Award in 2015.

LOCATION: Amsterdam. The Netherlands

Lofthouse in Amsterdam 6

Lofthouse in Amsterdam / Marc Koehler Architects

Lofthouse project is a single-family house designed by Dutch studio Marc Koehler Architects. Lofthouse is located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Project description: In this corner house, all floors are interconnected in a continuous flow. The house takes maximum advantage of the exceptional views of its rugged, industrial environment. Loft House 1 is the first implementation of

House Like Village 5

House Like Village: Old Harbor Cantina Transformed into Loft Apartments

” House Like Village ” is a project designed by Marc Koehler Architects, located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Project description: With the transformation of an old harbor-cantina on KNSM eiland in Amsterdam into large apartments, this building changed function but kept its identity. The house is composed from 4 smaller ‘houses’, containing the more private spaces and

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