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Gusto MSC Schiedam. Photo: Marcel van der Burg

Building small but smart TEXT: EVA MENGER

Highly technical, super-efficient and future-building: those are the pillars of JHK Architecten. “We design buildings that are ready for the future,” architect and firm director Chris de Jonge explains. “The more companies move to the Netherlands’ central-western megalopolis, the more people will follow – and with that, the need for innovative, sustainable and efficient design increases.”

in sustainability and flexibility – both of which are key topics in today’s society. The firm uses modern techniques to create sustainable solutions. De Jonge: “Todays’ companies are always changing and transforming, and their offices need to reflect that. That’s why we create buildings that allow change to happen – whether that’s in format, purpose or work processes. Whatever happens in the future, our buildings are ready!”

With 65 years of proven concepts and constant development under their belt, JHK Architecten has a long tradition

Facilitating the organisational processes of their clients has always been the main aim of JHK Architecten. However,

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joining forces with others is easier said than done. Working across different subject areas can be difficult, and often the connection that was there in the begin-

Parking garage Lammermarkt Leiden.

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Discover Benelux, Issue 68, August 2019  

Discover Benelux promotes Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. Our August issue features a candid interview with Dutch actor Fedja van H...

Discover Benelux, Issue 68, August 2019  

Discover Benelux promotes Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. Our August issue features a candid interview with Dutch actor Fedja van H...