There are many buildings in Amsterdam that speak to one’s imagination and the head office of ING Bank justly so. Situated in the southeastern part of the city, the building is a prime example of organic architecture with its evocative design that shuns straight lines and use of sand colours. It is there where we meet its maker: architect Max van Huut from Architectenbureau Alberts & Van Huut, involved with transforming the construction from an office to an apartment building. Completed in 1986 and opened in 1987, the head office of ING is a good example of what was to come from the Alberts & Van Huut bureau, whose namesake Ton Alberts passed away in 1999.