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ING Pavilion


Bijlmerdreef 106

Amsterdam, 1102



Bijlmerdreef 106

Amsterdam, 1102


ING Pavilion

Description of the project

Located in the Amsterdam Southeast district, the ING Pavilion is an inspiring and stimulating meeting place for employees on the campus, as well as local residents, students, visitors and entrepreneurs. Positioned at the centre of the ING campus, it’s also a high quality dining option and a multi-functional space for the whole community.

The wood element forms the core of the building and functions as structural support for the slightly sloping roof, giving the building its distinct architectural identity. By combining a transparent glass façade with natural materials and colours, the building perfectly blends in with its surroundings, creating a dynamic relationship between the interior and exterior.

For the glazed façade, the architect required high light transmission, solar protection, a neutral appearance and a good level of light reflection. Guardian SunGuard® SuperNeutral (SN 70/37) coated solar control glass was chosen to meet these high requirements. The coated glass also has a beautiful, neutral, transparent appearance with low reflection and consistent colour. The multifunctional coating also minimises the need for artificial light and offers outstanding thermal insulation.

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