Highest point apartments 16Hoven
Construction of the twelve apartments in Park Zestienhoven in Rotterdam reached its highest point. With the lowering of the scaffolding at the rear of the building, the first contours of the building are visible.

The five-storey apartment building is located on the Van der Duijn van Maasdamweg, the main access road to the new district, while the back side is facing open water. The design makes the most of this double-sided quality. The front of the building has a dignified and relatively closed fa├žade, while the back of the building is entirely open, with an informal character and large patios oriented toward the water and the sunlight.

The apartments are part of the development of the area between Zestienhoven airport and the centre of Rotterdam. The urban plan is designed by Rotterdam’s planning and housing authority. In addition to the apartment building JSA also designed fourteen  ground-level homes on the Van der Duijn van Maasdamweg, grouped into sets of two and four semi-detached houses. The construction of these houses is also in full process.

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