The Toren van Oud, The Hague’s first skyscraper, is undergoing an intensive renovation. Rotterdam-based Van der Vorm Vastgoed is making the tower bigger, higher and more modern. Eventually the tower will offer 38 short stay apartments, fitted with designer furniture, heated floors and an elegant bathroom. A luxurious, handleless Keller kitchen is the cherry on the tower’s top.
Toren van Oud, The Hague
The Toren van Oud owes her name to the designing architect J.J.P. Oud. As one of modern architecture’s frontiers, he designed a remarkable triangular-shaped building that was completed in 1969. Although the tower was intended as a conference hotel, it was eventually mostly used as office space. Since 2010 the building has been in use. Real estate company Van der Vorm is now modernising the building, whilst keeping the original characteristics like the facade in touch.
After the renovation, the tower will have 19 layers which will offer 36 luxurious short stay apartments, and two penthouses which will be located on the top floor. For the apartments to appeal to their target audience, mostly expats, they will be fitted with modern design furniture, an elegant bathroom with walk-in shower and of course, a luxurious Keller kitchen.
Matt white handleless kitchens
To match the modern interior of Toren van oud, the apartments will be fitted with a white handleless kitchen with an ultra matt finish. Matt is an international trend that we see more often every day since 2018. For a sleek tone-on-tone look, the kitchens will feature a white quartzite worktop. Its stainless-steel look-handle trim will give the kitchen a contrasting detail. To make the new residence comfortable, the kitchen will be fitted high-end appliances from Siemens such as a dishwasher, induction hob and washer-dryer combination.
For more information, please visit www.torenvanoud.com