Sheepstable Almere | 70f | Architecture















Sheepstable Almere, The netherlands

The city of Almere has a sheeppopulation of about 80 sheep. To centralize and house this population, a sheepstable was needed. The stable is designed with a homogeneous crosssection. The construction and cladding is made of wood. Only the curved girders are made of steel. The stable is designed to receive visitors like citizens or schoolclasses. At the end, on the second floor, a room for the shepard and a small office is realised.














commissioner: municipality of almere
area: 400 m2 bruto
building costs: € 300.000,- excl. vat
year of design: 2003
year of delivery: 2007 - 2008
address: muiderweg 8, almere

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