In a changing media landscape people, activities and functions of DPG Media are constantly in motion. Flexibility, healthy working and creativity are important spearheads for the new accommodation. The beating media heart of the Netherlands in one of the largest hybrid timber office buildings in the world. An incredible feat in terms of sustainability and innovation.
An sustainable and iconic building in a green setting where creativity and collaboration thrives. The 46,000 m2 main office of DPG Media in the Netherlands will become one of the large hybrid timber buildings of the world. By using timber-hybrid building methods, the new building strongly focuses on the relationship between nature and technology.
The aim is to achieve a BREEAM Outstanding certificate, which is the highest sustainable building benchmark of the Dutch Green Building Council. Working and spending time in and around the new accommodation of DPG media means becoming inspired in a healthy and inviting setting. A tailor-made work environment that promotes synergy between a mix of users, functions and activities.
Besides office spaces, newsrooms, and recording studios, the building also features test labs, meeting rooms, sports facilities, restaurants and an event location at the waterfront. Open spaces, voids, and outdoor areas enhance the spatial perception and encourage interaction between users. Greenery in, on and around the building offers a healthy and inspiring work environment and will add to a sense of connection with nature.
Situated next to the existing printing business of DPG Media at the Joan Muyskenweg, the new building connect the past and present. With unparalleled ambitions regarding sustainability and greenery, the new headquarters of DPG Media sets the tone for the further developments in Amstel Business Park Zuid and beyond.
Subject to approval by the work council of the media company, construction will start at the beginning of 2021. In line with the vision Werkstad Overamstel, the area is currently rapidly in development, to transform the business park into a more mixed urban environment. Source and images Courtesy of Being.