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Fontys Faculty of ICT

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 be developed. For this new type of education, we designed a building that provides maximum flexibility and allows for constant re-organization and adjustment of the learning environment. To stimulate connectivity and encounters, a diagonal rising inner street connects the green campus with each of the five floors. The street entrance on the ground floor is highlighted by a dramatic cantilever. The west side of the building consist of various outside terraces that connect the building with its green surroundings on every floor.

Project information
Country: The Netherlands
Location: Campus Rachelsmolen, Eindhoven 
Client: Fontys University
Status: In progress
Program: Faculty of Information & Communication Technology

Design team:
Architect: Ector Hoogstad Architecten
Structural Engineer: IMd raadgevende ingenieurs
MEP Engineer: Deerns raadgevende ingenieurs

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