New public interior design for Haagse Poort


The Haagse Poort, a remarkable, asymmetrical structure of 275 metres long that spans over the Utrechtsebaan with a large arch. This imposing building was designed by Kraaijvanger in the 1990s. The Haagse Poort consists of a high-rise and low-rise section, connected by the arch on the seventh floor. The building has a floor area of 109,420 square meters. and offers approximately 68,000 square meters of office space. Cromwell Property Group has selected Kraaijvanger Architects through an architect selection to create a design that gives more living quality to the semi-public spaces. The entrance on the ground floor and the restaurant on the seventh floor will be renewed. As a result of this major change, the users, Nationale Nederlanden and McDermott, are making more use of the public spaces within the office building.

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