The Say Buildings complex is situated in Riekerpolder business park in Amsterdam. The buildings contain an L-shaped volume as well as an I-shaped volume, which in conjunction with a third building, constitute a semi open building block. These three buildings define a shared plaza, under which a communal parking space is located, connecting the buildings. Visitors have access points to the different building parts via the courtyard, whereas employees have access via internal access points in the parking lot. The components of the building vary in depth enabling various office concepts. Thanks to its decentralised design and floor areas with a flexible layout, this office complex could be suited to one large user, various medium sized users or many small users.

Amsterdam, David Ricardostraat / John M. Keynesplein, Riekerpolder

G & S Vastgoed Amsterdam

2001 - 2009

scope of assignment
all design stages

scope in mē gross floor area
approx. 18,000 m² offices and a parking garage for 240 cars, plus 30 parking spaces on the roof deck

Peter Vermeulen, Klaas Herrema, Egbert van Weeren, Eric Caspers, Marco Allertz

Van der Vorm, Maarssen (constructions)
Wichers & Dreef, Badhoevedorp (installations)
Lichtveld Buis & Partners, Utrecht (building physics)

construction budget / construction costs
€ 18.500.000


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