With its distinctive character Symphony Amsterdam is one of the highlights of the Zuidas district. The architecture comprises a synthesis of different brick types combined with striking colours and terraced façades. The 105-metre high building is one of the tallest in the area and contains 82 apartments spread over 29 floors.
Located in the Gershwin quarter on the southern side of Amsterdam (the Zuidas), this luxury residence is part of a multifunctional project that includes an additional tower that houses the offices, a hotel and an underground parking garage.
The unity of the two tower blocks is emphasized in the façade by means of the choice of material and façade pattern. The apartment block has windows that are twice as broad as those in the office block. Large glass surfaces emphasize the urbanity of the building. A stack of façade patterns has been laid over the grid to produce a refined appearance. As a result, the façade does justice to the rich urban layering of the Zuidas.