Dutch architecture firm MVRDV has created Matrix One, an office building in Amsterdam designed to be disassembled into reusable parts.
The Dutch have created Matrix One, a 6-story, 13,000-square-foot building that can be 90% demountable
The 6-story building has a steel structure and precast tubular concrete slabs that have been assembled without fixed connections so that the parts can be detached and reused after the building’s life cycle.
According to MVRDV, more than 90% of construction materials can be reused. “In the coming decades, when the building is no longer state-of-the-art, it will become a source from which to gather materials for other buildings,” said Frans de Witte, partner at MVRDV.
Located in the Amsterdam Science Park, a center for research and entrepreneurship in sustainable science and technology, MVRDV designed Matrix One as an example of sustainable design that meets Amsterdam’s energy performance goals.
The 13,000 square foot building is the largest of the 7 buildings that make up the Matrix Innovation Center and serves as a social gathering space for the campus.
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