Circular transformation of a pre-war building into a 46-unit housing cooperative.
The block was squatted in 2004 by a group of young artists. The new residents united as the NAC Foundation. Together with the property owner dNU, later Woonstad, and the foundation, a recovery and management plan was drawn up for a period of 10 years. During this time, the foundation contributed to the liveability of the neighbourhood with residents and their activities. In 2015, the first discussions about a sustainable transformation of the housing block began. A new residents’ association, W1555, was established for this purpose.