Boekel De Nerée first to occupy Viñoly building at Amsterdam South Axis (NL)

Boekel De Nerée has moved to the eye-catching Viñoly building in the Mahler 4 complex. The independent Dutch commercial law firm is the first to occupy the prestigious complex, situated in the central part of the Amsterdam South Axis. NOC*NSF chairwoman Erica Terpstra has officially opened the new office yesterday.

The Viñoly building was developed by the famous architect Rafael Viñoly who was also behind leading construction projects such as the Tokyo International Forum, the World Cultural Center in New York, the Samsung Corporate Headquarters in Seoul and the Boston Convention Center.

The interior design of Boekel De Nerées new premises was the work of the design bureau OTH. Trude Hooijkaas and Ferdinand van Dam have succeeded in creating lively, businesslike yet human offices where we can give our clients the best possible service, for example in our special seminar room. The general-purpose rooms, including the library, are distributed throughout the office space, which covers four floors. The overall effect is an inspiring working environment.

Source: Boekel De Nerée

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