Hotel Artemis Amsterdam

OeverZaaijer architecture and urbanism as Architects

Hotel Artemis is located at the top of John M. Keynesplein (John M. Keynes Square), in the middle of the business district of Riekerpolder. The office park consists of two urban designs: an orthogonal arrangement of buildings and a looser fan-shaped arrangement towards the countryside. These two features form the basis of the architectural design of the hotel. The main shape of the building volume is an L-shape that clearly marks out the urban edge with its solid presence. The building volume is connected to the countryside by a transparent panel.


The desired outline is provided not only by the L-shaped mass, but also by the choice of material for the facade finishing, which differs in appearance from the surrounding buildings. The facade is made of natural-stone panels of sand-coloured Travertine in various sizes. The facade is broken up by horizontal window frames that alternate with almost square windows, which together form a cheerful draught-board pattern on the facade. Strips of glass asymmetrically arranged at the top of these windows illuminate the corridors where the hotel rooms are to be found.


Inside the hotel rooms the horizontal window frames illuminate a study area. The windows are in a different place on each floor. As a result the large vertical windows alternate from left to right in the hotel rooms on each floor. From a logistics perspective the layout is efficiently designed around two flows of traffic – the flow of hotel guests and the flow of personnel. The lobby and the restaurant are located at the points where the flows have no choice but to meet. The ground floor is designed in such a way that from the glass entrance hall on John M Keynesplein there is a diagonal line of sight via the transparent low-rise building to the landscape of Sloterweg. The transparent low-rise building houses the restaurant that is literally connected to the countryside via large patio doors.

Concrete Lace

Mensch Made as Exhibition STOER

Concrete Lace exploits the unique characteristics of a locally produced material to create an architectural object that combines craftsmanship with modern technology and material innovation. Applications include gauzes for hotels, auditoriums and public buildings, window treatments or room dividers for private homes, decorative interior and exterior wall coverings, visual dividers for large spaces like restaurants or parking garages or sculptural elements for urban gardens.

Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct name
Electrical installation systemsGira
ManufacturersEspero BV
Product Spec Sheet
Electrical installation systems
by Gira
Manufacturers
Featured Projects
Latest Products
News
25 best architecture firms in Madrid
27 Jun 2022 News
25 best architecture firms in Madrid

Madrid is a center of gravity for European architecture. Spain’s capital city is host to an am... More

Lviv’s Radio Garage offers an experimental space for temporary exhibitions with a focus on radio, sound art, VR-art, and interactive media
25 Jun 2022 News
Lviv’s Radio Garage offers an experimental space for temporary exhibitions with a focus on radio, sound art, VR-art, and interactive media

In Lviv, Radio Garage is a media art centre and an experimental gallery for temporary exhibitions wi... More

Urban infill project Manifesto Market Andel activates an underutilized gap in Prague’s urban fabric
25 Jun 2022 News
Urban infill project Manifesto Market Andel activates an underutilized gap in Prague’s urban fabric

Located in Prague’s Andel District, Manifesto Market Andel is an urban infill project activati... More

Amsterdam’s iconic Droogbak building transformed into a 21st-century office space for a prestigious law firm
24 Jun 2022 News
Amsterdam’s iconic Droogbak building transformed into a 21st-century office space for a prestigious law firm

An iconic 19th-century building next to Amsterdam Central Station, Droogbak has been transformed int... More

Renovated hacienda-style villa in Belgium respects its history while exploring form and materials
24 Jun 2022 News
Renovated hacienda-style villa in Belgium respects its history while exploring form and materials

House VD-B by Graux & Baeyens architecten is a renovated hacienda-style villa in Evergem, Belgiu... More

Landmark urban renewal project comes to the heart of Bruges with the completion of The Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre (BMCC)
22 Jun 2022 News
Landmark urban renewal project comes to the heart of Bruges with the completion of The Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre (BMCC)

In the heart of the historic city of Bruges, The Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre (BMCC) is a... More

Award-winning New Museum of Ethnography by NAPUR Architect opens in Budapest
22 Jun 2022 News
Award-winning New Museum of Ethnography by NAPUR Architect opens in Budapest

Designed by NAPUR Architect, the recently opened New Museum of Ethnography in Budapest is a purpose-... More

New Royal College of Art campus by Herzog & de Meuron unveiled in Battersea
22 Jun 2022 News
New Royal College of Art campus by Herzog & de Meuron unveiled in Battersea

The Royal College of Art unveiled its new campus in Battersea, London this past month.  With a... More