Anne Frank Museum
During the expansion of the museum and various offices, several things have been realised including a new visitors’ route. The public facilities – such as entrance, payment desk, space for exhibitions, group rooms and catering facilities – have been included in the lowest floors of the new building. The bookshop and restaurant are accommodated in the basement and on the first floor. The cellar is accommodated alongside existing abutments. The constructional depth of the cellar is 3.5 to 6.5 metres. Besides this, 20 HAT homes (one or two person accommodation) have been developed connected to the Anne Frank House.
scope:3,940 m² GFA
20 HAT homes
client:Stedelijke Woningdienst Amsterdam en Woningstichting
architect:Benthem Crouwel Architecten bv
consulting services:Structural consultancy