21 November, 2016 | By Dimitry
A brand new multi-functional car park in Amsterdam South, by Dutch studio Benthem Crouwel Architects has recently been opened.
“The iconic concrete helix-shaped towers are highly visible from the ring road A10, even more so at night when blue LED lights emphasise the elegant structure,” said Benthem Crouwel.
While the new structure has been built primarily as a car park, its first floor is designed to double up as a hall for conventions and exhibitions. The seven upper floors function purely as a car park for up to 1,000 cars.
“The extension hall can be used independently for various events, but can also be connected – using sliding doors – to the main exhibition halls of the RAI,” explained the architects.Show properties in Amsterdam South side