Soon we will see the rise of residential towers, Grotius I and Grotius II at Grotiusplaats, which is currently an underdeveloped area in The Hague, Netherlands. The two towers will be created by developer Provast in collaboration with the MVRDV. The towers will feature a 3D landscape of greeneries and terraces which will give it a distinct look even from afar. The sun’s orientation is where the design of this crowing feature is based as well as the sea and city center’s view.
“A Three-Dimensional Landscape of Terraces and Greenery”
Despite serving as a significant connection between the Beatrix Quarter and Bezuidenhout area, the structure’s location remains underused. The addition of the Grotius towers will pave the way to its extensive transformation into a vibrant and energetic city district. The towers will soon offer around 655 residential apartments of the utmost quality. Parts of it will also have social housing with cafes and restaurants in the plinth, as well as an underground parking space.