Let universities be playgrounds for the youth.
Ben Feringa, laureate Nobel Prize for Chemistry 2016
Ector Hoogstad has done an amazing job. The DIFFER building is transparent and looks beautiful. It has also become a place to do excellent research. Furthermore, it offers ample opportunities for people to meet and connect.
Dr. Wim R. Koppers, Manager DIFFER Institute
The new construction of the Physics building is like a complex puzzle. EHA has done their due dilligence thoroughly, and together with the client we came to a fantastic result, all within time, budgetary and quality constraints. This is engineering art!
Gerwin van der Panne, project manager and director Arohnson
Ector Hoogstad approaches the design process with an open mind. They come up with great design solutions that fit the surroundings, and treat the monumental aspects of existing buildings with great respect.
Simone van den Brink, real estate manager, University of Amsterdam
The Matrix VII building fits us like a glove. It combines high tech custom made labs with offices and communal spaces that are a pleasure to be in. This inspiring and well designed combination is essential for innovative scientific research!
Joost Frenken, director Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL)
We had a warm and professional working relationship with EHA. And it's this relationship that lead to our wonderful and delightfully quirky school in Amsterdam North. It's truly us, thank you!
Elly Loman, principal Hyperion Lyceum
I've gotten to know EHA as a skilled and easy to work with partner: knowledgeable, punctual and always to the point. Their highly developed sens of empathy allowed them to come up with creative solutions that connected perfectly to our ideas.
Wilfred Nep, Principal Het Streek Lyceum
EHA sublimely emphasizes the prominent status of the garage as the pivot point between cycling and walking by giving one of the concrete columns a swirling skirt as a base, elevating a garage space into a cathedral for the train travelling cyclist.
Robert-Jan de Kok, Architecture in the Netherlands 2018-2019