We’re talking about the most sustainable hotel in Europe

The Amstelkwartier Hotel is a prime example of a building where construction affects the output of the building. We’re talking about the most sustainable hotel in Europe. That is why sustainability is radically maintained throughout all parts of the building. The division between constructive support structures and functionality in particular is crucial in this case.

Our knowledge of stability and materials plays a large role in this. The key points involved are core measurements, as well as how the building’s strength can be used to its full potential. Doing so can allow us to use considerably less construction materials.

Tags: Amsterdam, highrise, hotel, sustainable, leasure / hospitality

Location Amsterdam
Client Amstelside BV
Architect Paul de Ruiter and Mulderblauw
Construction management 4Building
Interior Studio Linse
Facade construction Oskomera
Substructure contractor BAM
Superstructure contractor JP van Eesteren
Technical installation Arup
Project start 2010
Construction start August 2012
Completion of substructure September 2013
Completion of superstructure T.B.A.
Surface area Approx. 20,000m² GFA
Function Hotel; most sustainable hotel in Europe
Function of Van Rossum Main structural engineer

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