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Respect and cooperation are key words for Vandersanden. We always strive to create together in concrete terms, and thereby accomplish the most attractive projects.
Our motto ‘together we build greatness’ refers not only to our achievements, but also to our commitment to further reduce the impact on the environment every day. As a result, we lead the way in reducing energy and reusing materials. We are always on the lookout for initiatives that benefit both people and the environment.
Together we build greatness
Welcome to Vandersanden
Inspire, challenge, learn from each other… This is what Vandersanden does every day, together with other future builders.
Visionaries share their stimulating ideas with us. They describe how they shape our homes and living environment, and how they improve the quality of life.
Together with these visionaries, we look ahead and we consider the future, and, above all: how we can give shape and substance to houses, offices, buildings, and also our community and our quality of life in form and content. Because cooperation brings out the best.
Curious about the future dreams of our future builders?
According to Peter Köster ‘The future is in the hands of small, self-sufficient communities’. Despite the rush to generate more housing, and despite increasing mobility and the aversion of investors to change, Köster expects that the contribution of residents to their living environment will continue to grow, and the way to successfully give voice to their involvement is: communication.
From a meeting place in the heart of the city to contemporary new-build properties: the potential of Vandersanden bricks and facing bricks is endless.
These inspiring projects show how, every day, we want to help builders, architects, project developers and landscape architects to achieve their most creative and even ground-breaking achievements.
Explore the projects.
Architects Wim Baekelandt and Sylvie De Baets opted for E-Board for their own home and office: “fast and detailed”. They met while they were studying architecture at university in Ghent and work together in their practice, the Architektenburo.Read more trending_flat
Student residences, ready for the futureRead more trending_flat
If you were to compare the renovated house with its original condition, you would think it was a new-build. Nothing could be further from the truth: Thanks to its timber structure and the use of E-Board, a completely new house has been brought to life.Read more trending_flat
The site of the oldest furniture shopping promenade in the Netherlands was transformed from a mundane parking area into a square for special events, where visitors can enjoy spending time. Not least because of the special pattern of pavers. Red, brown, yellow and purple bricks have been laid to create an actual Persian rug.Read more trending_flat
The Castle Garden in Zevenbergen is a pleasant site in the middle of the town centre. The Castle Garden is much more than just a parking area, and will change Zevenbergen beyond recognition.Read more trending_flat
Life is sweet in a garden that sees you beaming for joy. Draw inspiration from the gardens decked with our kiln-fired pavers and savour that ultimate garden feeling. Making and experiencing the best things in life is something we do together. For a sustainable future.Read more trending_flat
A contemporary design with light facing bricks gives this police station a modern look. Haldor waterstruck bricks were used for the façade.Read more trending_flat
A convex façade … fully clad with brick. It is a challenge not faced every day. A brand new product was developed for this project, with spectacular results.Read more trending_flat
The market in Roosendaal underwent a complete metamorphosis. Once an undistinguished parking lot, now an attractive location with a wide range of features.Read more trending_flat
This extraordinary horizontal building houses Queen Mary University of London. A huge area which is carefully divided into 5 stacked volumes. To emphasize the horizontal element, a jointless version was chosen using Zero-bricks.Read more trending_flat
This nursing home in Hannover was completely renovated and extended. For the façade, a stylish waterstruck brick was chosen, giving the building an harmonious appearance.Read more trending_flat
A new-build construction project in the English Tudor style… very unusual, but a successful project. In Hoofddorp (NL) no fewer than 1200 properties are being built in this extraordinary style.Read more trending_flat