VenhoevenCS is an Amsterdam based office for sustainable architecture and infrastructure. They wanted a new website to show the wealth of projects, publications and appearances in the media that they had built up over the years.
What we did:
As there was a huge amount of content to be shown on the site, we decided to visually ‘stack’ all the images on top of each other in a way that gave the viewer the chance to flick between news, images and other related media.
Every page of the site is designed to match the resolution of any screen it is viewed on. For example, on opening the project page, you’ll always be invited to read the first lines of the information text. The content is scaled to make this possible.
To keep things simple, it’s also possible to just click through the images by opening the full screen gallery.
Some pages have a layout where the amount of columns is adjusted to the screen size or the overlap of the imagery of a project is suitably adjusted to the screen.
Bas de Boer
Marvin de Bruin
Roeland de Betue
VenhoevenCS wanted the site to not only show the amount of content, which we visualised by stacking all the imagery on top of eachother, but also to show the relations between different types of content in the site. Projects can visually be linked to news or vision texts and back again.