The new building has all the qualities to become a city landmark; her original project is similar in style to the work of OMA, but, nevertheless, it is more solid and logical in comparison with the works of the Rotterdam company. Thus, de Architekten Cie. there is every chance of becoming a more popular (and cheaper) replacement for Rem Koolhaas.
The 12-storey building consists of three prismatic volumes, the vertical edges of which are inclined relative to the ground in opposite directions relative to each other. They have niches designed as balconies or awnings. The facades are decorated with vertically oriented aluminum panels and colored strips of the same metal separating the floors. The restraint of the exterior of the building contrasts with the lightness of the interior.
The internal space of the building is united by a semicircular glazed atrium, which is crossed at different angles by stairs, allowing employees to move around the office complex by the shortest routes. The main one begins at the bottom as a spiral, then smoothly turning into a traditional rectangular staircase. Some walls are painted in red tones and covered with floral designs reminiscent of 16th century Brabant tapestries; its apparent "three-dimensionality" creates an original visual effect, visually destroying the plane of the wall.