This is the ING House headquarters of the ING Group. ING House Council Chambers, offices for administration and a number of Services company. The building was designed to reflect the image of ING innovative and transparent, dynamic and sustainable. The plan and its glass walls Facilitate communication between the departments and complement ING commitment to transparency.
ING House, designed by Meyer, based in Amsterdam and Van Schooten Architects.
It has a contoured anodized aluminum and glass built like a table, 16 feet of steel. The legs are free on the pins in the large concrete blocks on the ground, uses a technique in the construction of the bridge.
The building is 28 meters wide, 138 meters long and the highest point its 10 floors, 48 meters high. The total area of 5,600 m2.
ING House has a hall, an auditorium for 250, a lobby, restaurant, Collection of over 800m2 of meeting rooms and 160 parking spaces.
The interior houses an impressive collection of art and about half of the total office space for reserved flexible workspace. Jobs that give employees the opportunity to change their Work environment. Most employees have a look at one of the six gardens.
These gardens were designed by landscape architect Michael van Gessel and each has its own theme. The gardens are in the integrated Planning and as visual highlights. The Lobby has a bamboo garden in a bed of moss and patches in Belgium Blue stone and granite main road, China is
Main entrance to the exhibition of about fifty feet long spring in the water of the Nieuwe Meer.
The opening ceremony was 16th November 1999 ING House was officially opened 16th September 2002 by Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.