Hogeschool In Holland, Rotterdam

Hogeschool In Holland, Rotterdam

The design of the façades proved to be a difficult aspect of the European tendering procedure. Faced with this, Hogeschool In Holland approached TGM for the final design of these façades and as part of this, to participate in the construction team. A particularly unusual feature is the silk-screen printing of the glasswork on this project that makes virtually every pane unique. All silk-screen prints are placed at position 1 (exterior side of exterior pane), giving the façade a somewhat rough image.

  • 1,300 m2 of structural curtain walls for the low-rise - with two-colour silk-screen print of a leaf motif
  • 4,500 m2 of semi-structural curtain walls in two variants for the bridging building - with two-colour silk-screen print in graphic motif
  • 1,700 m2 of semi-structural curtain walls for the side wall volume - with two-colour silk-screen print in hook pattern
Client: 
In Holland, Den Haag
Architect: 
EEA Architects, Rotterdam
Façade type: 
Windows & Doors
Curtain walls
Fully unitides façades
Climate façade / Climatic walls
Skylights
Fire-resistant screens
Entrances & doors
Interior screens
Material: 
Aluminium
Steel
Technical glass
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