Renovation of Tinbergen Building


Your safe haven at campus, the FAECTOR office, will move. On the 11th of December, the board will move to the lower floor of the G-building. So if you are in desperate need of a cup of coffee or a restful sleep on that beautiful green couch while stressing for your exams, don’t waste your time by waiting half an hour for the elevator and then discovering an empty room. Why is FAECTOR moving? Read along.

The FAECTOR office has to move because the Tinbergen building will be renovated! Hence, the building will be closed for an, until now, undefined time. Cepezed and Cepezedinterieur have designed the renovation of the Tinbergen building.

Some fun facts about the building: Tinbergen building was built between 1963 and 1970 after the design of architect Cornelis Elffers. By modernising the building, the university wants to meets the technical and functional requirements of buildings nowadays. The new Tinbergen building will be much more spacious and bright. Furthermore, the climate will be improved so next time you have a computer tutorial in HT (assuming the renovation will be done before your graduation) your hopefully will not get the feeling of being in a sauna.

An impression of the new Tinbergen building:

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Written by:
  • Louise ten Harmsen van der Beek
| Published on: Nov 19, 2018