Publication in Yearbook Architecture in NL
The project of the Ludger Court is featured in the Yearbook Architecture in the Netherlands 2011/2012, issued by the Netherlands Architecture Institute Publishers. The former Ludger Church is transformed into 16 dwellings which are now part of a walled garden. Saved from demolition, the original design by architect Gerard Schouten was converted in 2005. PRO used an unusually creative and bold approach "in which the original sacred space is turned inside out and is transformed into a secular courtyard. Ludger Church became Ludger Court.
As part of the overview of '25 years of Architecture in the Netherlands', this publication indicates that a transformation project like this still appeals to the massive redevelopment task we face.
See publication Ludgerhof in the Yearbook Architecture in The Netherlands 2011/12, NAI Publishers.
Read more about the project in detail .