Posts Tagged ‘Fokkema & Partners’

Newomij Office by Fokkema & Partners, Naarden – The Netherlands

August 29th, 2017

The floors are connected through newly cut voids, making the office fit for a flexible and transparent way of working. Meeting spaces, concentration- and telephone booths have been integrated into the design while maintaining a maximum of transparency.

Hittech Multin office by Fokkema & Partners

April 8th, 2017

An inviting stair in the void made of black steel, attributes to the high-tech atmosphere. The dark building cores are in contrast with the overall white, grey and immaculate appearance of the clean room and the office.

NautaDutilh office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 7th, 2017

The use of robust, warm and natural materials in addition to the single glazed partitions attributes to achieving a surprisingly homely and exceptionally comfortable atmosphere. On the office floors, building cores are decorated with oak lamella. The rhythmic design approach further includes the entrance desk, room numbers, the signing and cabinet handles.

Ampelmann office by Fokkema & Partners, Delft – Netherlands

April 3rd, 2017

A yellow frame of pipes with 3D printed joints marks the lunch counter. The reception and coffee bar are made of steel frames with polycarbonate sheets, inspired by the Ampelmann gangways offshore. The most omnipresent intervention however, is the double storey volume completely materialized in cork. It holds meeting-, workshop- and simulation rooms. A spacious stair is cut out of the cork volume.

Stibbe office by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

November 24th, 2016


Combined with the high-quality of the overall detailing and the balanced colour-scheme, inspired by the 50’s, create an interior to be proud of.

Robeco office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

November 22nd, 2016



Connectivity & sustainability are key to the design of the workspaces. To create more connection between employees, Fokkema & Partners added comfortable open staircases to the building.

ROC Mondriaan Hospitality Campus by Fokkema & Partners, Den Haag – Netherlands

June 19th, 2016

Organized around a grand café in the central atrium there are several restaurant “pockets”. These pockets with different hospitality concepts each have their unique style and offer splendid views of the student activity in the preparation kitchens. A new canopy over the entrance accentuates the view into the grand café depot.

Nidera office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

June 17th, 2016

The public atrium contains the restaurant with its elongated bar in the centre where staff of different departments can work, meet and welcome guests.

OC&C Strategy Consultants office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – Netherlands

April 8th, 2016

The use of raw, pure and honest materials, simple line rhythms and special detailing on different scale levels reflect the attention to the history of the building (Timo Zwiers 1955) and its site without having an over-designed feel.

Alliander office by Fokkema & Partners, Duiven – Netherlands

April 1st, 2016

Thanks to creative solutions from the entire consortium in collaboration with employees of Alliander, 80 percent of these resources are reclaimed materials.

EY offices by Fokkema & Partners, Utrecht – Netherlands

March 28th, 2016

Egon Zehnder office by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 30th, 2015

We have designed a contemporary villa-type environment with splendid views, in which space flows freely. The Corten steel reception area on the top level links easily to meeting rooms, dining room and roof terrace.

Krimpen city hall by Fokkema & Partners, Krimpen aan de IJssel – Netherlands

September 27th, 2015

The arrangement of the joinery items in combination with the friendly atmosphere makes it easy to combine both functionalities.

NZO and ZuivelNL offices by Fokkema & Partners, The Hague – The Netherlands

September 23rd, 2015

In addition to the shared plaza, NZO and ZuivelNL, also have their own identity hubs where employees can interact in informal atmosphere. The organisations have obtained distinct work zones within the open office space through smart configuration of the layout.

Gemeente Heerde Office by Fokkema & Partners, Heerde – Netherlands

July 21st, 2015



The interior of a former bank building in the charming town Heerde was completely redesigned by Fokkema & Partners to house the offices and public counters for the municipality.

Stek Law Office by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 20th, 2015



The office for Stek, a Dutch Lawyers firm, is located at one of the most iconic locations in the center of Amsterdam.

Smurfit Kappa Global Experience Centre and Office by Fokkema & Partners, Schiphol – Netherlands

July 19th, 2015

Curved glass walls structure the space, elegantly merging product display area’s with a laboratory, a retail space and workstations for employees. Shaped like stacked boxes, the eye-catching walls around the coffee bar and reception area come to life when projections of Smurfit Kappa are active.

Deloitte, AKD & OVG Offices by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – Netherlands

April 28th, 2015

Designing the complete office environment for Deloitte and AKD in the Edge, a remarkable effort was made by Fokkema & Partners to make the interior of the new building with its grand atrium feel welcoming, comfortable, efficient and super sustainable.

UvA Roeterseiland interior by Fokkema & Partners, Amsterdam – Netherlands

December 15th, 2014

The interior design brings in more warmth and light by adding wood, white and colored floor fields. Additionally Fokkema & Partners designed the characteristic elements such as the counters, meeting area’s and common rooms, resulting in a diverse work- and study environment.

Provast office by Fokkema & Partners, Den Haag – The Netherlands

December 3rd, 2014

Having moved from a space with mainly private offices, employees commend the new office on overcoming prejudices of working in open space. Acoustics, concentration and comfortable workspaces have been key elements in the interior design.