The Unique Hague’s City Council is designed by Uytenhaak Architectenbureau, its three-sided design is filled with inner and outer windows that promote cross-ventilation, making the structure very energy-efficient. The Hague’s City Council is one of the most striking city landmarks. The large 107,000 square-foot building is shaped like a ‘rising plane’. The ground floor includes an information desk and the library of the public services; on the first floor, a restaurant and conference center; and nine residences make up the upper floors.
With a multilayered frontage made from soft pink Norwegian marble, it features plenty of windows and glowing beams that pull natural light in. At its impressive entrance, a recycled plastic platform offers the perfect space for an office break, shade is provided by the shadow of the building. The Hague’s City Council offers a pleasant center for citizens and the government to meet.