Tripolis-Park Amsterdam


A gem along the A10

The redevelopment and new development of Tripolis-Park will soon be another gem along the A10 motorway on Amsterdam’s Zuidas.

Two of the monumental Tripolis buildings on Amsterdam’s Zuidas will be completely renovated and optimized. The complex – designed by Aldo van Eyck at the time – will thus be transformed into a lively Tripolis-Park designed by MVRDV.

The design provides for respectful renovation of the existing buildings and park. A new volume of approx. 160 m long will be added, parallel to and adjacent to the A10 motorway. This 11-storey offi ce building will be built next to and partly over the existing Tripolis towers. It will have a large ‘window’
off ering a view of the monument from the A10 side.

One of the structural challenges is the construction of a new foundation on new piles through the existing underground car park. In addition, the building consists of four concrete cores. The structure will be constructed entirely in steel with 4-storey high trusses that span distances up to 45 m.

Images MVRDV

Tags: Amsterdam, office building / offices, redevelopment, renovation

Location Amsterdam
Client / developer Flow Real Estate
Architect MVRDV
Technical architect EGM architecten
Contractor G&S Bouw
Technical systems Bosman Bedrijven
Project start February 2020
Completion Mid 2022
Area Approx. 50,000 m² offices, approx.8,600 m² apartments, approx. 1,760 m² commercial spaces
Functions Offices, houses, commercial spaces and parking
Function Van Rossum Main structural engineering

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