Lookout Tower The Weusthag
The cabbage-shaped Corten steel lookout tower in The Weusthagpark along the A1 motorway at Hengelo, has now become a valued landmark in its surroundings. The rust-coloured object was built for a joint contest design by IAA Architects' Marko Matic, Royal IHC's Hans de Klerk and ABT's Ronald Wenting and Kars Haarhuis.
New Saxion building
In order to allow the courses Hotel Management and Security Management in Apeldoorn to grow, Saxion University decided to move these to a new, more central location. Near Apeldoorn central station, a building has …
Overhang Train Station
At the north side of Gouda Central Station a transparent overhang made of 50-metre-long steel beams covered with glass, is carried by twelve slender steel columns.
Saxion University Extension
With over 26.000 students and locations in Enschede, Deventer and Apeldoorn, Saxion is one of the largest universities in the Netherlands. As a substitute for three buildings elsewhere in Deventer and because of the …
Saxion Edith Stein
To anchor the lively student atmosphere into the city, Saxion University has deliberately chosen for the presence of all educational buildings near the centre of Enschede in its policy City campus. To complete this …
Observation tower officially opened!
The observation tower in the Weusthagpark in Hengelo near the A1 was officially opened on 22 September by Alderman Marcel Elferdink of Hengelo. The striking and over 22 meters high observation tower offers a …