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TwoTwoFive is a sustainable reinterpretation of the modernist slab building and a symbol for green and luxurious living in Amstelveen. The simple construction of the slab-typology creates extra room for quality.

TWO-fold design
Luxury and affordability brought together – that’s what TwoTwoFive tries to accomplish. In order to realize this goal, our design team has chosen a simple basis. Small, compact units are stacked directly on top of each other, resulting in maximum repetition. This approach freed up the resources for spacious balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows, a royal entrance and unique planters on the balustrades.

TWO extremes in comfort
By keeping the facade as open as possible, the park-like environment of Amstelveen is brought inside. Spacious, transparent balconies offer the residents a place to enjoy the views and the weather, or to connect with the outside while having a morning coffee. During colder seasons, premium insulation and heat recovery systems ensure a comfortable shelter in the apartments.

FIVE star mobility
On top of the underground parking garage lies a collective, climate-proof garden that can absorb and store rainwater. Here, both residents and visitors can meet and hang out together.
Shared electric mobility – a basic need for 21st century city dwellers – is part of this sustainable garden concept; several parking spots on the terrain can be reserved for car sharing. Furthermore, a large bicycle storage stimulates healthy living, and the newly renovated tramline to Amsterdam is at the front door. Altogether, this five star mobility reduces travel time and brings work, living and leisure closer together.

Forum Amstelveen Invest B.V.
Amstelveen Vastgoed CV

276 apartments with a 3-storey underground parking garage
27.700 m2

Completion 2022

in collaboration with:
IMd Raadgevende ingenieurs,
Crux, Heddes Bouw & Ontwikkeling,
Techniplan adviseurs bv,
Climate Design Consult, Bureau Veldweg,

John Bosch, Cecilia Gallardo Rioseco,
Oresti Sarafopoulos, Maarten Verhelst,
Marco Alves, Sylvia Visser,
Philippe Colette, Rene Metzelaar

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