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Tech Plaza on the Rijn IJssel Campus

Tech Plaza is the first building on the new Rijn IJssel Campus in Arnhem. The new university building consists of the former AkzoNobel C1 laboratory building that has been extended with a new educational building and the connecting Tech Plaza. The spiral-shaped Plaza is designed as a three-dimensional landscape for studying and meeting. It connects the education spaces of ICT, Mobility, Architecture, M&E and the laboratory school. The technology-oriented atmosphere is enhanced by keeping the structure of the building and the installations in sight. Through the use of wood and green in the interior and a CO2-guided ventilation system, the building contributes also to a healthy learning environment.

 Project information
Country: The Netherlands
Location: Arnhem
Client: Rijn IJssel
Status: under construction
Program: University (Dutch MBO)

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