Sloterhof is a housing project on Comeniusstraat (along Cornelis Lelylaan) in the Amsterdam district of Slotervaart. The project was finished between 1958 and '95 and consists of thirteen four level apartment blocks, three seven level apartment blocks and one apartment tower of twelve floors.
The architect J. F. Beghoef was connected to the "School of Delft" which promoted the use of traditional materials like wood, natural stone and brick, yet in this project he made extensive use of industrial techniques and materials. Sloterhof is one of the best known Dutch examples where this technology was used. The whole complex was built using the "Nemavo-Airey System": a combination of steel, concrete and wooden prefabricated elements. Sloterhof was the first housing project using this system.