About the project

Over the past years the number of visitors of Sports & Culture has grown up to 1.2 million visitors per year. In order to be able to continue to provide a high-quality offer, the available surface of Sports & Culture will be increased from 10.000 to 14.000 square meters.

Both buildings will be connected to each other through a central entrance (Playground), starting from the square to the sports fields at the back. The Playground will be a vibrant place where encounters, relaxation and personal development take center stage. Explore yourself. Enlarge your playground! The space will be flexible to use and will fully support pop-up programming and cross pollination, so that together we can contribute to the liveliness of the Playground!

Upgrade Sports & Culture

Expansion and upgrade facilities

The current complex gets a facelift. For example, the Sports Cafe will be refurbished in the summer of 2016. Not only the kitchen will expand, but also the Cafe will get a different look and feel. Furthermore, the current offices are transformed into a transparent 'Creatief Oplaadpunt', which adds to a visible connection between students and staff of S&C. In addition to upgrading the existing facilities, the complex is extended with a range of new facilities, which are accessible through the Playground:

  • A new large sports hall
  • Three smaller halls
  • Two multifunctional spaces
  • Concept Store
  • Lab for 2D/3D technology
  • Extra storage and changing rooms

When possible, furniture and other materials will be reused to support a sustainable rebuilding process.

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Project organization

Questions?
Mail them to: bouwteam-sc@remove-this.tudelft.nl

Projectleader FMVG
Manon Haring

Projectleader Unit Sports & Culture
Iris van Loon

Design proces

During the project building plans are discussed with employees, teachers, students and associations to collect input for the design. The design was created by Architect Kraaijvanger and will be realized by Lokhorst Bouw en Ontwikkeling.

Involved parties



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