On Tuesday 20 May 2014, come and take a look at the structural design for the
. The design team will proudly present the first results of the new building. The meeting will be held in room 5111.0022 from 3 - 5 p.m.
What can you expect?
Architect Joost Ector (Ector Hoogstad Architecten) will bring you up to date on his findings and solutions. He will show you where the building will stand, what it will look like, how the mutual relationships within the building will be resolved, how the phasing will run, where the research cluster will be located, and what the standard laboratories will probably look like. Afterwards, the themes vibrations, energy concepts and sustainability will be explained by consultant Jacco Paauw (DGMR).
The meeting will be entirely in English.
Presentation Structure Design New ZernikeborgTuesday 20 May 201415:00 – 17:00 hours5111.0022 (Nijenborgh 4)
See also the press release:
New Physics and Chemistry building named after Nobel Prizewinner Zernike
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