BNP Paribas office by Fokkema & Partners Architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

February 15th, 2014 by retail design blog

Fortis Investments recently moved into the Tripolis complex in Amsterdam. Being a typical organic shaped building the initial concept for the interior design is to react discreet to the many details and to strengthen the existing spaces. Partition walls are transparent with timber detailing based on authentic decorations by Aldo van Eyck. The original shape of the restaurant ceiling is made complete with the new seating object.

Designed by Fokkema & Partners Architects






















http://www.fokkema-partners.nl

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