The renowned law firm Hogan Lovells has opted for the Zuidas in Amsterdam. In the brand new ‘Noordtoren’ of the Atrium complex they moved into the 7th, 8th and 9th floor. A deliberate choice to switch from the center of Amsterdam to the Zuidas where their current and potential clients, their peers and other relevant and important business relations are located.
It has been a pleasure for us to create an interior with international allure. An interior that breathes the ‘DNA’ and the identity of Hogan Lovells with an inviting entrance, good communication and a well-considered balance between private rooms and open workplaces.
Striking is the special designed staircase that connects the 3 floors and makes the intern traffic a lot easier. With its extra high ceilings the 9th floor is the best location for the entrance, the restaurant and the meeting rooms. In the entrance you can find the special chosen Dutch Design objects to emphasize that this is the Dutch office of Hogan Lovells.
On the other floors, the corridors are fitted with cupboard-walls where the dynamic archive is ‘hidden’ so separate cabinets have become unnecessary. It is also a perfect place for the wardrobe. With the right balance in color and high-end materials the office has got a sophisticated and chic look and feel.