in The Hague
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Current use: Office
Designated use: Offices
Surface (GFA): approx. 83,443 m²
Size of plot: 01.40.00 ha
Year of construction: approx. 1984
The current office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was designed by architect Dick Apon. The building is constructed from concrete and steel. Because of the shape and design of the building, it has acquired the nickname ‘Aponrots’. The building is located in the centre of The Hague, six minutes walk from The Hague Central railway station. The building is also easily accessible by car. With 458 parking spaces on site, there is ample parking available.
In 2004, the interior of the building was renovated by interior architect T. Tempelman. This project included the restaurant and meeting rooms. The walls between the offices and the corridors were (partly) replaced with glass.
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