The design process for new Physics building at TU Delft Campus South is right on schedule. The final design has now been completed.

The first floor houses high-quality labs with very strict requirements around vibrations, electromagnetic radiation and other environmental conditions. The second floor houses educational facilities surrounded by a publicly accessible roof garden. The second floor contains all offices and consultation areas. The huge installation spaces are clad all around with pv panels, turning the roof into a mini power plant.

More about the new Physics Building

The TU Delft Campus is being rejuvenated and improved in the next few years. This development includes the construction of a new Physics building to accommodate those departments of the Faculty of Applied Sciences that are currently housed in Building 22. In addition to state of the art laboratories and teaching facilities, this building will include a future-proof office environment for students, researchers, lecturers, support staff, and businesses visitors.

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