The Dutch Charity Lotteries building is shortlisted for the Dutch Daylight awards 2020
Daylight in Architecture
The Dutch Daylight Award is a biennial quality award that has been established since 2008 with the aim of rewarding and drawing attention to special use of daylight in architecture, so that it can form an inspiration for future construction projects. As in previous editions, the Dutch Daylight Award will again be presented this year in two categories: buildings smaller than 1000 m2 and buildings larger than 1000 m2.
We are proud that our Dutch Charity Lotteries Office Building is nominated for this year's large buildings category!
In the coming month, the jury will visit the five shortlisted projects.
"A Mediterranean interior space has been created on Beethovenstraat in Amsterdam, in which a dynamically changing light texture plays with the space through biophyllic design. A huge tree structure with folded metal leaves determines the visual light experience, which is constantly changing due to the outside conditions and can be seen from all workplaces in the building. The jury is looking forward to visit this asset to the neighborhood." - Dutch Daylight