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Forum Groningen

Forum Groningen

Forum Groningen is an iconic cultural complex consisting of eleven floors. Below the building is a five basement parking garage consisting of approximately four hundred parking spaces and 1,500 bicycle parking spaces. ABT played an important role in realizing the principles of the architectural concept.

Jakoba Mulderhuis

Jakoba Mulderhuis

The future-proof and sustainable Jakoba Mulder House of the Amsterdam College Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA) is the final piece of the Amstel Campus. This new building will accommodate 6,000 to 7,000 students from the Faculty of Engineering and include about 25,000 square meters of educational program. ABT, along with BREED Integrated Design, provided the structural design and was responsible for geotechnical consulting.

Shell campus: sustainability and renovation C30

Shell campus: sustainability and renovation C30

The C30 building is a national monument of 25,000m² GLA. The original building dates back to 1916, the extensions to 1928 and 1929. Originally part of Shell's headquarters, it is now part of the Shell Campus The Hague. Between 2018 and 2022, the building was renovated and made more sustainable. An intensive process requiring a high level of ambition. Throughout the implementation process, ABT served as Architect of Record for Shell.
The Natural Pavilion

The Natural Pavilion

The Natural Pavilion

In The Natural Pavilion, ABT and a consortium of nearly 20 Dutch companies have shown that it is possible to build fully circular, bio-based, energy-neutral houses, schools and offices on an industrial scale and in close connection with nature.

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