Shipping container village by Julius Taminiau offers space for startups in Amsterdam

Dutch architect Julius Taminiau has created a temporary startup hub using shipping containers in an Amsterdam science park.

Taminiau was with Carl Turner Architects during the design and build process for the practice’s south London container park, Pop Brixton, which turned a disused plot into a base for events and independent business.

Back in his native Netherlands and having founded Julius Taminiau Architects, he decided to apply the same philosophy of turning a derelict patch of land into a low budget, temporary space for young companies. Startup Village now sits in the Amsterdam Science Park.

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