Teijin AramidArnhem

CREATING CHEMISTRY

Our interior and architectural design for Teijin Aramid creates a chemistry between user and space, but also between history and future. Through uniting the history of the former chemical industrial park and Teijin’s identity, we created a new generation workplace where new energy is released.

blending history and future

The massive low volume with red brickwork associates to the pre-war Enka factory that was the driver of the industrial growth of the area. The high volume, radiating light and transparency, contrasts with the low volume and its grid refers more to the architecture that was used for the terrain around the 1950’s. The grid has been manipulated in such a way that it perfectly blends with the functionality of the interior and the diversity of the user. 

membrane

The reuse of the existing shell in combination with the creation of a functional office grid, asked for smart solutions for the facade. Through developing several standard facade modules that fit both grids, a dynamic facade was created. In combination with a variety in vertical lines to effortlessly connect to the interior, a modern appearance without any visible recurrence has been created, while still remaining affordable.


location Arnhem
size 6000m2
client Ping Properties
timing 2020
Mark Halbmeijer
Mark Halbmeijer
Milan Bergh
Milan Bergh
Maarten Filius
Maarten Filius
Keshia Groenendaal
Keshia Groenendaal
Rodrigo M. Weinbaum
Rodrigo M. Weinbaum
Liset Oosterhof
Liset Oosterhof
Bram Dijkstra
Bram Dijkstra
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