Dok Tower

Towers, Urban living, Competition

Newly built 152 apartments
Dok Tower
  • Client(s)
    Immpact Ontwikkeling, Kairos
  • Construction site
    Antwerp
  • Project architect
    Ward Lagrain
  • Architect team
    Sebastien Delagrange, Stephane Van Eester, Enak Baert
  • Main contractor
    BAM Interbuild
  • Competition
    2016
  • Year
    2016-2022
  • Status
    Realised
  • Press

Dok Tower, an architectural pennant at the Kempisch Dok in the heart of Antwerp

BINST ARCHITECTS was named laureate for the design and construction of a residential tower on the Eilandje.

This 81 m high tower comprising 152 apartments in 22 storeys will become a new landmark due to its urban orientation and F-shaped construction facing the ZNA hospital.

Because of the slender substructure with its extended terraces and the wider superstructure with its built-in terraces, this slender disc will present itself as an architectural banner or iconic needle on the Kempische Dok. In addition to the provision of 15 identical and 7 different storeys of housing typologies, numerous links are possible and the Dok Tower is bursting with housing opportunities. The residential tower will be crowned with a large roof terrace with greenery that is partly accessible to the residents.

Given the rather white and dark tones of the surroundings, the Dok Tower will fit distinctly in a sand-coloured frame like a warm and receptive gate tower towards the north of Antwerp.

© Immpact Ontwikkeling

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A tower as an architectural sculpture, a silently built story, slender as a needle, which, thanks to its remarkably wider superstructure, claims its place as a recognizable icon and streamer on the water.

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