ANWB The Hague
This new hub is set to become the meeting place for ANWB’s staff, members and visitors.
At the heart of The Hague’s Central Innovation District (CID), Provast is developing the new offices of the Royal Dutch Touring Club (ANWB).
ANWB will be both the occupant and owner of the building. This new hub is set to be the meeting place for ANWB’s staff, members and visitors. ANWB decided in 2020 to develop its new headquarters on the site of the existing Royal Conservatoire at Juliana van Stolberglaan 1 in The Hague. The world of mobility, holidays and leisure is changing fast. Freedom of choice, accessibility and sustainability are increasingly influencing people’s mobility. As a result, there are different and often more demanding expectations when it comes to service, convenience, speed and clarity. If these members are to receive an even better service, they need to become better acquainted with ANWB as a single organisation.
In order to be able to operate as a single organisation, there needs to be cross-pollination between the different organisational units, such as the store, the Members’ Service Centre and the offices. ANWB also needs to achieve better visibility as a single organisation for its staff, members and the outside world. Together with Provast, ANWB has translated these ambitions into a design for a modern, transparent and, perhaps most importantly, inviting hub, where not only staff, members and visitors but also local residents are welcome to make use of a range of facilities.
The office building, covering 25,000 sq. m. is being designed by architects’ firm MVRDV. It will meet the latest standards in terms of sustainability and health (Paris-proof) and is expected to be completed in 2025.