The municipality of Haarlemmermeer approved MVRDV’s urban plan for the new district Hyde Park. Located right next to Hoofddorp station, from spring of 2019, it will be just four minutes by train from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and twelve minutes from Amsterdam's business district in Zuidas. The outdated office estate Beukenhorst-West will be transformed into an attractive urban district.
Location: Hoofddorp, The Netherlands
Client: Snippe Projecten B.V. and IC Netherlands B.V.
Program: 400,000 m² residential, office and amenities
Hyde Park will become a popular residential area in the Amsterdam region, due to its central location and MVRDV’s vision introducing high quality housing and commercial facilities. This will create an important urban development for the area of Beukenhorst-West, located between the train station and centre of Hoofddorp which has remained until recently, a desolate office park with vacant spaces.
By creating high-quality buildings with sound-proof indoor gardens, a sunny and new green city district is achieved. A key feature of MVRDV's vision for Hyde Park
The development of Hyde Park compacts the centre and prevents the development of expansion districts, which means Haarlemmermeer can remain green.
Hyde Park will be integrated into its surrounding and its original
A group of architectural firms have been appointed for the development of the blocks, including Barcode, Team V, MVSA, Manuelle Gautrand and Studio Nine Dots. MVRDV will supervise the architecture as well as the public space design, in consultation with the municipality. MVRDV previously designed
Principal-in-charge: Winy Maas
Partner: Jeroen Zuidgeest
Design Team: Emilie Koch with Olivier Sobels, Rugile Ropolaite, Roxana Aron, Tomasz Crompton, Claudia Mainardi, Guillermo Corella and Francesca Po
Copyright: MVRDV 2018 – (Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries)