In addition to its characteristic flexible laboratories and offices, the building will soon have a winter garden open to the public. It will also be the first energy-neutral laboratory in the Netherlands. This means that it is built in sections from recycled materials, originating (amongst others) from the demolition of Leiden University's Gorlaeus high-rise. The building will also include a rainwater buffer.
TypeLife, Science & Health
- Credits/visuals Architect: Popma ter Steege Architecten
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