As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.

As a historicising addition from the 70ies is removed from the historic fabric of the inner city of Hattem, the proposed program of small housing units aims to add a social dimension to the site, replacing the windowless maximising of retail surface.

Hattem’s urban structure as a minor Hanseatic city never fully fledged, which is reflected in the project site. Consisting of several plots, remnants of built structures oriented towards the adjacent cross street are only half absorbed into the more formalised structure of the main streets. 

In taking up its relationship to the cross street, the project negotiates its position at the back of the plot, acknowledging the complexities of its urban setting and adding housing program to the otherwise now defunct notion of the mono-functional commercial historic inner city.