The new Department of Geotechnology, Delft University of Technology, part of the faculty of the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (Citgo), is located in a building complex on the edge of Citgo, which was designed by Vanden Broek in Bakema.
The facade was removed and put a new glass curtain wall printed with a pattern of stones cut in half. The existing balconies that serve as window cleaners “became windows equipped with built-in air conditioners.” Oblique lines on the facade are an organization of interior space, laboratories, work stations and study areas.
Gaps have been added to connect the existing floors and to represent the transparency with which education is imparted here. The floors were expanded by adding a new staircase at one end of the building. Materials and colors derived from the original construction have been implemented in a manner and form “virtual.”
There are 5 photos in this Geotechnology TU In Delft by Jeanne Dekkers Architectuur post. Follow the thumbnail below to view all 5 high-res photos.
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