The “Oostoever” on the Sloterplas in Amsterdam is being redeveloped. The Geuzenveld-Slotermeer district organized a competition for this, for which three market parties entered. Developer Heren2’s proposal with Tom Bergevoet Architecture was preferred over the other two. Heren2 and Tom Bergevoet Architecture’s proposal consists of a grand café and restaurant, two multifunctional spaces, a hotel with 120 rooms and an underground parking garage. The existing viewing terrace and kiosk at this location will be restored to its former state and part of the new whole. The catering and multifunctional spaces will be located in a new, relatively high and striking building. This building forms a link between the city and the Sloterplas, between Geuzenveld-Slotermeer and the other districts. The characteristic architecture of the existing viewing terrace with the horizontal white parapets is the starting point for the architecture of the new building. Existing and new become a self-evident and recognizable whole. Dick Slebos, the architect of the existing viewing terrace, originally had the idea to also place a tower on the site. With the realization of the proposed building, this idea will become reality. At the top of the tower, one of the two rentable event spaces provides breathtaking views.

Location Sloterplas, Amsterdam
Contracter Heren2
Assignment Real Estate Consultancy
Total size 4000 m²
Duration 2009




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