ADAM Tower

The A’DAM Tower is a nearly one hundred meter high tower on the IJ bank in Amsterdam-Noord. The tower was designed in 1966 by the Dutch architect Arthur Staal on behalf of Royal Shell. The building was, therefore, better known by many Amsterdam locals as “Shell Tower”. [1] In 2016, the tower was renamed as A’DAM Toren (Tower) after a two-year renovation.
In 2015, the ‘crown’ of the building was covered with Cocoon to protect it against the erratic Dutch weather conditions.
The total surface area to be treated: 400 m2.