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Center Court, heart of the Brightlands Chemelot Campus

The building is the welcoming heart of Brightlands Chemelot Campus, open to all occupants and visitors of the campus. Center Court is a joint venture of education, business and government: Brightlands, DSM, Maastricht University, Chemelot Ventures and Chemelot Innovation & Learning Labs are the permanent occupants of the building. The shape of the building is a symbiosis of two interlocking masses, symbolising the main function of the Center Court: connectivity and exchange. The building offers a wide range of restaurants, convention centres, offices, laboratories, sports halls and shops

Project information
Country: The Netherlands
Location: Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Geleen
Client: Chemelot Campus
Status: Realized
Program: Laboratory, Offices, Convention Centre, Sports Halls and Restaurants

Design team:
Architect: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
Structural Engineer: Adviesbureau Tielemans
MEP Engineer: Cauberg-Huygen
Building Physics consultant: Cauberg-Huygen

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