900Mahler, Zuidas Amsterdam
The architects of 900Mahler were inspired by the New York architecture of the first half of the past century. The carefully composed and richly detailed brick facades of the chic Manhattan residential buildings have a clear composition with a public plinth along the street, a master volume and a crown at the top. These elements and values were translated into a more contemporary design for the Amsterdam Zuidas.
The 22-storey building accommodates 127 apartments and a commercial plinth on top of an underground parking garage. In the top of the building, 17 spectacular penthouses of approx. 180 sqm will be realized, with large terraces and grand views over the city.
- G&S Vastgoed
- Gross floor area
- 22,000 sqm GLA 127 houses, 1,100 sqm commercial
- Rik Bakker, Jan van Bentum, Kees Brons, Wilco van Gils, Piet van der Ploeg, Evert Wassink, Rien Wolfswinkel