Jannink Courtyard was designed by the Hague-based architectural firm Studio Komma. The project’s modern architecture is inspired by the past: the monumental Jannink complex.
Studio Komma was looking for a good balance between unity and individuality. The many façades have been designed differently, with, for example, special masonry and French balconies. Because of this playfulness, you will easily recognise Jannink Courtyard.
Amsterdam’s RRog Stedenbouw en Landschap was commissioned for the courtyard garden and the park-like surroundings. The greenery fits in perfectly with the modern architecture of Studio Komma.
The green courtyard is one of the elements that makes Jannink Courtyard unique. Together with the park on the outside, this creates a wonderful feeling of peace and space. Bonus: the courtyard garden being constructed is low-maintenance.
The houses are ready for the future. They are extremely energy-efficient and gas-free.
Jannink Courtyard has been designed to be energy-neutral. High-quality insulation and triple glazing keep the heat inside, while the (unrecessed!) solar panels on the roof generate electricity. For heating and hot water, the houses are connected to the heating network of Ennatuurlijk.