Kearny Point in New Jersey
“We know what these industrial spaces can become and how they can be reinvented. We’ve seen the evolution of the Navy Yard. When we talked to the people at Hugo Neu about their vision about Kearny Point, we really got it. It resonated with us.”
Source: Brooklyn Grange announces a new location — in a former WWII shipyard | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building
Using the existing vessel-shaped space of a six-decades-old dry dock, the Danish National Maritime Museum in Helsingor, Denmark takes visitors on a unique subterranean tour of the areas used to build, maintain and repair ships.
via Ship Shaped: Undergound Maritime Museum in Dry Dock Void | Urbanist.
Inhabit has some serious adaptive reuse candy – if you are into that sort of thing.
We are! Especially if the setting is in an shipyard in Amsterdam.
The waterfront along Amsterdam North is a vast industrial area that was once the city’s largest shipyard. Known as NDSM (aka “City of the Arts”), the area is now full of large warehouses and open spaces that have been transformed into experimental projects and shelters. Within its grounds, the brilliant Noorderlicht (Aurora Borealis), which is housed in a former greenhouse, serves as a meeting place for creatives working in the area and offers a wide variety of tasty organic seasonal dishes.
via The Noorderlicht Café Is A Healthy And Social Eatery in Amsterdam’s Old Shipyard | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.