10 September 2015

Renovation NLR in full swing

Renovation NLR in full swing

After completion of the new construction for the National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) in Amsterdam, the renovation of three historical building by architects Maaskant and Van Tijen is now in full swing. The buildings will be restored in their authentic glory and connected to the new construction by footbridges made out of glass.

Two historical buildings will be set up as a modern working environment. The former wind tunnel building, centrally situated at the grounds, will become the beating heart of the renewed complex. For employees as well as for guests of the NLR this will be the place to meet each other, in the special ambiance of the concrete wind tunnels.

The new construction and renovation of the NLR is a joint design by Inbo and Wessel de Jonge Architects. Inbo also designs the new construction of the NLR in Marknesse.

Project NLR Amsterdam
Project NLR Marknesse

More information: Jacques Prins, Josine van Gulik