Patch22 is the first project by Lemniskade. In 2010, we won the Buiksloterham Sustainability Tender with the concept of Patch22. We built our ideal building on the Johan van Hasseltkanaal in Amsterdam Noord: a wooden construction that ‘breathes’ with the user and that can be used for various purposes without any required adjustments.
All rooms are delivered without interior walls. They have a headroom of 3.5 metres and are suitable for both living and working. This flexible approach resulted in 27 exceptional lofts; unique in layout, functionality and finish. The building is heated through a pellet boiler, and energy is generated using PV panels. A truly sustainable building: flexible in use, circular thanks to the wooden construction and equipped with the best installations currently available.
When completed in 2016, Patch22 was the tallest wooden residential building in the Netherlands, at 30 metres. In addition to lofts, the project also includes five living/working residences and two commercial spaces. Patch22 was nominated for the Zuiderkerkprijs and the ARC16 innovation award and received both the World Architecture News (WAN) Residential Award 2016 and was awarded the Green Award 2017.
More information on www.patch22.nl