The water tower on the Utrechtseweg was built in 1912 on the highest point of the mountain in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. This recognizable national monument was the subject of potential restoration and repositioning of use. The project consisted of revitalizing this water tower in a socially responsible way. The intention was to achieve a symbiosis between the old building whose role must last and the construction of an annex volume of 182 m² to support the new uses demanded by the client. The tower will be the headquarters of a gallery whose artistic activity and common areas will be carried out in a tour of the three levels of the tower, while administrative and private events will be carried out in the attached volume of two levels.