Architecture plaque

The architecture plaque was devised by the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi) in order to stimulate interest in architecture and involvement in the built environment.
To achieve this, the NAi has devised the architecture plaque, which bears the name of the building, the architect, the commissioning party, the contractor and the period in which the building was constructed.
All of the buildings bearing this plaque are included in an online architecture guide that can be seen on www.architectuurplaquette.com. The guide already contains more than 750 buildings! All buildings are also part of the architecture app of the NAi, called Urban Augmented Reality (UAR). You can download this app at the app store.

Where to get

Centendo, T +31 15 284 05 75, info@centendo.com
www.architectuurplaquette.com

User instructions

Technical information

Publications

Excursie bedrijfspand Lely (article), Bouwend Rijnmond magazine, 2014
Architectuurplaquettes Gorinchem (folder), June 2013
Geboortekaartje voor Gorcumse gebouwen (article), Gorcumse Courant, June 2013
Cycling route architecture plaque Gorinchem (web article), June 2013
Cycling tour architecture plaque (web article), June 2013
Plaquette geeft pand meer identiteit (article), AD, June 2013
Opgenomen in de app 'UAR', STABUbulletin (artikel), November 2012
Bouwend Rijnmond, Plaquette om gebouw te vereeuwigen (artikel), July 2012
Dutch Profiles (film), 2011
Kunststof Magazine, article (magazine), May 2011
Architecten 2009/2010 (book), October 2009
Bouwend Nederland, De Architectuurplaquette een mooi aandenken (magazine), October 2009
Vaillantlaan Den Haag, The Netherlands (event), October 2009
AD, Gorinchem toont meer bijzondere gebouwen (newspaper), June 2009
Stabu Bulletin, NAi architectuurplaquette in STABU, June 2009
BNA Blad, Gebouw van het jaar 2009 (magazine), April 2009
Bouwend Nederland, Gemeente heeft voorbeeldfunctie (magazine), January 2005
Vastgoed (magazine), December 2004
BNA Blad, Elk gebouw een handtekening (magazine), September 2002

The architecture plaque was designed when Bruno Ninaber van Eyben was a partner in NPK.