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Duo housing

24 June 2010
Presentationsroom duo2
Presentationsroom duo2
Next to the current towers of IBG at the Kemkensberg in Groningen, the new office building is being constructed for DUO ( Education Executive Agency)  and the tax-office. The office building will have space for almost 2200 employees and consists of a low (approx. 42m) tower and a high one (approx. 90m).
Virtual interior Duo2
Virtual interior Duo2
The center for High Performance Computing and Visualisation was asked to give 3D presentation for the future users of the offices twice a day, for three weeks. The presentations were given in a specially construted space that demonstrated both inside and outside elemens of the new building. By giving these presentation well in advance before moving in, the future residents have already a good picture of their new workplace and a discussion can be based on a better understanding of the new situation.
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