Sonate, The Hague

In The Hague, the housing towers Adagio en Bolero are being built. The towers are part of the Sonate project in the Spui quarter in the heart of The Hague, where the Ministries of Justice and the Home Office once resided.

Building type Living
Location Den Haag
Architect MVSA architects
Contractor Boele & van Eesteren
At the heart of The Hague

A project with loads of challenges

One of the towers of this large-scale, complicated project was built on top of an existing car park. That’s why the foundation needed to be made through that car park. But the project contained other challenges. The towers were built on two sides right next to the OCC, the new arts and culture centre, which was built at the same time by construction consortium Cadanz. That meant we needed to work together on a very small construction site, in the heart of one of the busiest cities in the Netherlands.

Because the towers were built on this prominent location, a high-quality finish was chosen. A high level of finishing that is continued on the inside, both in the traffic areas and in the flats.

The entire project will eventually consist of three towers, the last of which will be developed at a later stage on the site where the Nederlands Dans Theater currently stands. They will move to the OCC, making way to develop the last tower “Cantate”.

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