The new GREENE office opens

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ABN AMRO’s sustainable branch office at Vestdijk in Eindhoven has reopened for business after a renovation of well over four months. During this time, clients were served from the building next door, but now the actual office is open again – a major milestone, not just for the office itself, but particularly for GREENE, the bank’s new, uniform look and feel for bank offices. The office’s interior design is the blueprint for a swathe of other branch offices to be refurbished in the next four years.

The renovated office has been transformed into a gorgeous new banking space, where staff can help clients with internet, mobile or video banking and where clients can come in for a meeting with an advisor, a private banker or a relationship manager, bringing their multiple questions to a single address. The branch office offers more personal, welcoming surroundings, benefiting a trusted conversation.

Translating our purpose

The building was renovated and refurbished in as sustainable and circular way as possible, i.e. by re-purposing and recycling materials as much and for the longest life as possible, at the highest possible quality level. This contributes to a solution for the issue of declining materials and commodities resources while at the same time reducing carbon emissions, making this new office a physical translation of our purpose Banking for better, for generations to come.

Special thanks to the architects: Koppes Bouwkunde, Coare Architecten and Perree Architecten.

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