The façade of Het Dek (the Deck) is made from sustainable wood, giving the building a weathered, natural look. Another feature that typifies Het Dek is the stepped roof decking. Butterfly-friendly planters equipped with butterfly hotels will be placed on the (communal) roof decks to promote biodiversity in the city.
Robust and modern are two words that come to mind in describing Het Hof (The Courtyard). The minute you step inside, you immediately sense the unusual play of light, and your gaze is drawn to the unique staircases. The artfully designed stairs bring you to your studio, apartment or maisonette and to the communal roof terrace.
Nature is the focus at het Riet. This is noticeable in the natural façade of mortar, reed and biobased resin (also known as biobased composite), a circular material. Het Riet has a strong connection with the two neighbouring buildings het Hof and de Tuin. You enter your home at het Hof via the elegant staircase in het Riet.
Het Huis is an ode to the natural island life on Oostenburg. The façade is made from ‘rammed earth’, giving it a lively look. This unique façade material is extremely sustainable (low CO2 emissions and suitable for circular use), and the thickness of the walls ensures a stable indoor climate. Het Huis has a wood structure, which means a much lower carbon footprint than concrete.
De Imker (the Beekeeper) is the Oosterlingen’s so-called ‘bee paradise’. Through the strategic placement of bee bricks in the façade, De Imker contributes to the pollination of flowers, shrubs and trees in the city, helping to maintain a functioning ecosystem. De Imker has a warm, contemporary look thanks to its façade made from brick overstock.
De Zwaluw (the Swallow) is the Oosterlingen’s warm, impassioned eyecatcher. This building will be finished entirely in the colour terracotta. With its 17 stories, de Zwaluw towers above all the Oosterlingen. The roof boasts a communal terrace affording incredible views of Amsterdam! Green accents will be added in several areas around the building, creating a beautiful contrast to the ceramic terracotta-coloured façade.
The sale of the Oosterlingen will take place in three phases. The 125 houses in the first and the second phase are on sale now.
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