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SUD Residential building Kop Zuidas // office winhov

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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The Kop Zuidas can be read as a pivot point in Amsterdam. The north side of the location is the Zuidelijke Wandelweg (walking path); the historical boundary between Berlage’s Plan Zuid and the green Amstelland in the south. Residential building SUD Amsterdam forms the head of a building block and is located frontally on the square that forms the center of this part of the Zuidas.

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

The building consists of a parking garage, a plinth with commercial and retail spaces and 43 comfortable and high-quality apartments above. The apartments have a higher floor height, varying from 60 to 150 m2 and have several outdoor areas. Two 200 m2 penthouses crown the building.Residential building SUD resonates with the tradition of modern monumental resi-dential buildings in Amsterdam.

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

The thirteen bay windows of SUD fold around the building and are covered with a soft shiny Wittmunder klinker. The masonry has a rich color nuance and is executed in a half-brick block bond with rounded corners and a decorative pattern in the bay windows. The natural stone plinth and roof edge enhance the sculptural character of the residential building and anchor it firmly in the new and lively square.Address: Zuidelijke wandelweg / Gaasterlandstraat in AmsterdamClient: COD Development PioneersArchitecture: Office WinhovTeam: Jan Peter Wingender, Jasper ten Bosch, Camille Moreau, Charles Hueber, Troy Fawcett, Robert van DrielPhotography: Stefan Müller.

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

© office winhov

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