A simple description of the project and the building:
In the Amsterdam city center, the new headquarters of Booking.com will be developed on plot 5b/6 of the Oosterdoks island. The building will consist of office space and meeting rooms designed byUNStudio. The building will also consist of45 high-quality apartments as well as facilities that are accessible to the public.
The ambition is to achieve an Excellent BREEAM score (final score minimum 70%)
The main important innovative and sustainable design measures of the building;
Renewable energy on site (PV panels) and in the immediate vicinity (WKO installation) SMART building
Gross floor area in m2 (NEN 2580);
Total office Booking.com 63,500 m2 GFA
Total surface area of the site in hectares;
6,500 m2 (0.65 hectares)
Expected energy consumption in kWh / m2 GFA;
Heating 5,5 kWh / m2 DHW 2.0 kWh / m2 Cooling 4.0 kWh / m2
Ventilation 5.5 kWh / m2 Lighting 9 kWh / m2
Expected fossil fuel consumption in kWh / m2 GFA;
Heating (primary) 8 kWh / m2 Hot tap water (primary) 5 kWh / m2 Cooling (primary) 9 kWh / m2
Ventilation (primary) 14 kWh / m2 Lighting (primary) 23 kWh / m2
Expected consumption of renewable energy in kWh / m2 GFA;
PV panels: 5.5 kWh / m2
Expected water consumption inm3 / person / year;
7 m3 of water per person per year
Expected % of the water consumption via rainwater or gray water concerned;
The steps taken during the construction process to reduce the environmental impact, for example through innovative construction methods;
Application of healthy building materials.
Application of materials provided with certificates of origin.
A list of pioneered / realized sustainable measures in the social or economic field.
The ambition isto achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating (final score minimum 70%). This has already been taken into account from the beginning of the design process.
Renewable electricity byPV panels on moss sedum roof
The project is being developed specifically for the prospective user and owner Booking.com. The apartments will be sold individually.