|Timeline||July 2017 - July 2019|
Fokkema & Partners was tasked to design the representative spaces and wayfinding for multi tentant buildings 300 and 400 and designed a minimalistic interior. Large white surfaces are inserted in the raw concrete building hulls and fold seamlessly to make a refined backdrop for minimalistic pieces of furniture.
From flooring to wallcovering to signing, the smooth white surfaces provide a sense of place with a clear signature.
Each of the buildings along the dock was designed by a different building architect, yet commissioned by the same developer ensuring an overall coherent look and feel. The lobbies of the multi-tenant buildings provide a shared space for meeting, exhibition and exchange of knowledge.
As a part of this project, FOKLAb was commisioned to develop two unique objects: the Rugged Elm and the Ripple. Both pieces convey a bold interpretation of the history of the site, while complementing the gallery inspired foyer spaces with a design that allows the spaces to be used as a meeting area.
Photography Bram Vreugdenhil.