RAI Amsterdam Exhibition and Convention Centre has a new, multifunctional car park
. The building is 30 metres high and its eight floors offer parking space for about 1.000 cars. The car park is situated on the ring road A10 and the Zuidas, Amsterdam’s business district. What makes the building remarkable is the fact that the first floor is not just for parking cars, but can also be used as a flexible space for conventions and exhibitions.
When the RAI does not need the car park, the building can function as a public parking space.
Benthem Crouwel Architects has been supervising architect of the entire RAI complex since 1989. After conference buildings Amtrium and Elicium, this car park is the third building Benthem Crouwel Architects has designed for the RAI.
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