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Da Vinci College

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. The various houses with their communal facilities are scattered around the school, ingeniously connected through a network of streets, squares and gardens, stairs and terraces. Though hardly visible, about a third of the Da Vinci College consists of a renovated existing building. The existing building was transformed by adding an extra storey and a new façade. The result: an exciting, spacious and above all adventurous building.

Project information
Country: The Netherlands
Location: Roosendaal
Client: Ons Middelbaar Onderwijs
Status: Realized
Program: Secondary school

Design team:
Management: ICS Adviseurs
Architect: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
Structural Engineer: IMd raadgevende ingenieurs
MEP Engineer & Building Physics consultant: Nelissen ingenieurs bureau
Cost Consultant: Multical

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