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One of the Best Offices in the World
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Exterior view of Amvest headquarters. At the heart of the building is the slow elevator that doubles as a movable meeting room.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Overview over workplaces and central informal meeting areas. The heigh ceiling and open character make it a pleasant workspace where everything that meets the eye is custom designed and made for Amvest.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The abundance of light in the interior as well as enough space per employee make this the best office to work in, as stated by the Amvest employees.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Example of one of the central informal areas, marked by recycled wood flooring. From the brass digitally opened lockers to the movable acoustic wardrobes and the coffee bar , all is made to measure for Amvest.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The custom designed lockers are covered in acid aged brass paneling to add richness the central informal areas.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Detail of the vilt and brass cladded custom cabinet combining lockers and a wardrobe.

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One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Escher-eske view on the central staircase linking all floors together. The placement in the building promotes stair usage.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Central triple helix staircase linking the different floors whilst stimulating exercise amongst employees due to easy accessibility and the slow elevator.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

All activities are positioned in the central informal areas, where the atmosphere is more intimate and employees can engage in all non desk related activities.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The harbour facing facade resembling a boat's bridge. Overlooking the water we placed two beautiful vintage Italian chairs.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The elevator trough which visitors enter the building. It doubles as a meeting room and relaxing viewing platform due to its slow pace which also makes sure it is not often used for internal transport by employees.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Double height windows with especially designed mail coat sun screens that automatically adjust to the amount of sunlight on the facade.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

All dedicated office space is situated alongside the double height windows. This in order to maximise natural light, which increases the productivity and creativity of employees.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The circular reception area visitors enter after their journey with the elevator.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Large 7.5 meter long walnut table that accommodates both visitors and colleagues working together.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Detail of the custom brass light fixture in the large walnut table.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

informal sitting area on the top floor with in the background the acoustic wardrobe separating the boardroom from the main area.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Large mid-century boardroom table, designed by Osvaldo Borsani combined with custom leather upholstered Arper Catifa chairs and Mondo Oblure lighting.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

The flexbenches on the 5th floor in the Skyroom. With the push of a button they descent from the ceiling to form extra seating space and tables. The skyroom is surrounded by the boardroom and the flexible roof gardens.

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Studio de Nooyer

One of the Best Offices in the World
Firm architects

Isometric overview of the two main floors of the 4.

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Studio de Nooyer

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

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Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

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Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Restaurant Jérôme Ferrer by Europea
Provencher_Roy

Photo credit:
Laurent Guérin

Opeongo: Reinventing the Park Pavilion
Anne Carrier architecture

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Stephane Groleau

Opeongo: Reinventing the Park Pavilion
Anne Carrier architecture

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Stephane Groleau