In today's society, with changes happening in rapid succession, it is important as an architect to be able to take advantage of new housing issues. This requires not only a professional approach but also a way of working that is characterized by a high degree of flexibility and empathy.
JHK Architecten has considerable experience in applying NWoW - 'New World of Work' or 'New Way of Working' - and 'Organization-oriented accommodation' (OGH) in new-build and existing buildings. Our method of working with building modules and game rules enables us to establish the various activities at an early stage within an extremely compact process and to develop them further, in consultation, during the design process. We stand by an integral approach here. Our architectural and structural knowledge and expertise make it possible for us to make a fitting interior design within the scope of the architecture and services engineering and if necessary, include structural changes. In this respect, we not only consider the costs of building but also the overall costs in the long term (total cost of ownership, TCO).
Our interior designs can be characterized as high-quality environments that reflect the identity of the organization and possess a well-considered balance between building, organization, atmosphere and lay-out. For many organizations, we have translated the new housing requirements of client and users into an activity-related working environment. Examples include the interiors for Belastingdienst Haaglanden (Tax office), Abbott, Sardes and Philips.