Rendered view Hotel Amstelkwartier. Credit © Mulder Blauw Architecten

LEED-Platinum hotel

Treating people and the environment well.

Hotel Amstelkwartier
Mauritshuis. Credit: Arup

Hidden installations

The art collection gets all the attention.

Ecobridge. ©Ineke Key

A bridge as wildcrossing

Enhancing the diversity of fauna.

Resonanz, detail. ©Arup

Creating an immersive landscape

Highlighting identity by infusing light, sound and shadow.


Established in Amsterdam in 2000, Arup in the Netherlands comprises recognised consultants in all aspects of building and infrastructure design. With access to Arup’s specialist networks around the world, the team in Amsterdam is able to bring global expertise to local projects, as well as to consult on international iconic projects.



  • Theatre Spijkenisse, external night view. Credit: Peter Guenzel

    Theatre Spijkenisse

    Clever structural engineering with a minimal interior columns.

  • Energy Academy, exterior view. ©Broekbakema & pvanb architecten

    Energy Academy Europe

    BREEAM Outstanding label for international institute for sustainable energy research and innovation.

  • Rendering Arnhem Central Station, exterior view. ©UNStudio

    Arnhem Central Station

    Architectural form and lighting design guide travellers intuitively through the building.

  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam March 2005. Credit Arup


    Refurbishment and new buildings for the Amsterdam museum of art and history.


  • 24Sep 2015

    Arup reveals how Europe is responding to ageing populations

    We are living in the urban and ageing era. In 2050, for the first time in human history, the number of older people will be greater than the number of children under 15 years old. As cities across the globe continue to grow, more people are growing old in housing, streets, communities that often are failing to respond appropriately to ageing populations with specific policies.

  • 01Sep 2015

    Saxion University for Applied Sciences' new building opens

    'The big real estate program enables Saxion to exceed the project boundaries and innovate step by step. This is a unique approach to the building sector, which is normally very project oriented'.

  • 14Aug 2015

    Arup participates in IASS world conference

    Arup's keynote speech will be held by Mike King, who is a principal and structural engineer in our Singapore office. Over his 24 year career he has come to specialise in long-span structures for major sports arenas, airports and stations in his native Australia, North America, the UK and South East Asia. Amongst his most prominent projects are the 310m span Singapore National Stadium, the London Aquatics Centre for the 2012 Olympics with Zaha Hadid and the diagrid-shell roofed new entrance building for London’s iconic King’s Cross Station with John McAslan Architects.

  • 07Jul 2015

    Arup presents pavilions at IASS Exhibition

    The exhibition is part of a symposium about the future of structural design, organised by the IASS. The objects have been designed by researchers, artists and students, who are connected to leading universities from all over the world. By using the latest manufacturing techniques, the most complex structures seem to be realised in a surprisingly simple manner.