Rokin | Amsterdam

The listed building at Rokin 69 is being restored to its former glory. Built in the city centre of Amsterdam in 1901, it originally accommodated The Marine Insurance Company Ltd. Its architect, G. van Arkel, was inspired by the austerity typical of art nouveau and the stylistic elements typical of Berlage.

For many years the building was subdivided into Unitz office spaces. Now, however, the approximately 1.300 square meter building has regained its historic allure with large updated luxurious office floors.