For the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) Ector Hoogstad Architecten designed the new Centre for Chemistry and Technology. This new ChemTech Centre will significantly enhance the capabilities and standing of the OPCW as the global leader in the effort to rid the world of chemical weapons. The ChemTech centre houses three aspects: the Laboratory, the Equipment Store and the training area where OPCW staff members and State Party trainees receive theoretical and hands-on training. »

The open Living Labs in the new faculty of ICT provide individual and tailor-made education for professions that do not yet exist, to solve the unknown problems of the future, with tools still to b »

Part of a large development in the north of Amsterdam, Hyperion was the first building in a row to be completed. »

Named after Nobel Prize-winning Professor Ben Feringa, the new Faculty of Science and Engineering will be largest building of the University of Groningen. »

ENTER Amsterdam is the result of a remarkable transformation of four former office buildings into two residential blocks. »

For DIFFER – the home of researchers of nuclear fusion and solar fuels – Ector Hoogstad Architecten designed the first Laboratory building in the Netherlands to be awarded a BREEAM Excellent certif »

At the Utrecht Science Park, Ector Hoogstad Architecten designed a new, significant extension to and renovation of the existing David de Wied building. »

The new innovation center for the agro-industrial cooperative Royal Cosun is an inspiring building where employees work on the development of new products and applications based on plant based raw »

Auris helps people who are deaf or who have a hearing impairment or a language development disorder. »

The new Da Vinci College feels and functions like a miniature city. Every pupil belongs with one of the four houses: Hospitality and Business, Care and Welfare, Technique and Practical Education. »

Ector Hoogstad Architecten has been selected as the designer for the restoration of building BG 5 in the heart of Amsterdam. »

The Biotech Training Facility teaches international students and professionals about pharmaceutical production and quality using Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). »

The 10.000 m2 ‘W-Hal’ was built in 1958, as a large, flexible space for machinery and experiments. »

The building is the welcoming heart of Brightlands Chemelot Campus, open to all occupants and visitors of the campus. »

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