client: Pensioenfonds PGB
assignment: concept + design new innovative working environment
realization: end of 2020
Pensioenfonds PGB is moving to a new location in Amstelveen. With over 200 employees, PGB provides the pensions for 300,000 people and they manage assets of more than € 25.5 billion. Pensioenfonds PGB provides a good and affordable pension for employees from different sectors. From graphic media to wholesale of flowers and plants, from pharmaceutical industry to sea fishing. Every sector and every employer is different. You can see these differences in the different pension schemes that they manage and the services that PGB offers.
M+R interior architecture was commissioned after a competition. For the existing office building on the Prof. dr. E.M. Meijerslaan 2 in Amstelveen, our office has developed and designed an innovative working environment in collaboration with Drees & Sommer and Hiensch installation consultants. The Atria building will be given a sustainable design, by opening the atria with terraces and open staircase connections, will make the building more transparent and contribute to internal communication. Many of the materials and products present are reused, the installations are made more sustainable, the outer shell is upgraded and a lot of greenery will be integrated in the building.
The ground floor of the Atria building will be a meeting place for relations, visitors and employees, including a "cafe of the future"; workplaces for visitors and a meeting center. We have designed an outside terrace for the building and a new site plan with lots of trees and we are also drawing for the branding and customer journey.
M+R has secured a solid place on the Sheremetyevo Airport shortlist for international design agencies. After the realization of the award winning Rublev business Lounge and the VIP lounge in 2018, our agency was asked to participate in the competitions for the extension of the C terminal. M+R was selected from a number of agencies to design two business lounges: Malevich and Chagall.
The new office building for the CANON Production Printing Netherlands headquarters "Green Landmark", designed by BroekBakema architects, is based on the Kyosei philosophy of Canon: living and working together for the common good. Green, public spaces, the so-called "Green Plazas", connect employees and visitors.
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M+R has been selected as an architect for the renovation, redesign and partial restoration of three monumental canal houses in Amsterdam for Richemont.
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M+R interior architecture was commissioned after a competition. For the existing office building on the Prof. dr. E.M. Meijerslaan 2 in Amstelveen, our office has developed and designed an innovative working environment in collaboration with Drees & Sommer and Hiensch installation consultants.
M+R interior architecture is represented in the exhibition.
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After the realization of the meeting space in the MCB headquarters, the plans for the ground floor have been developed. M+R has developed a tailor-made interior for the entrance and the working environment in close cooperation with the employees of MCB.