Sprengeloo, Technology Tower

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“How can a new building help to change the negative image of technical education?”

Vocational Training Centre, 300 students, aged 14-16.
In Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. 3,000 sqm.

Ambition: an attractive school for construction, automotive, ICT, metal technique, plumbing, and electrical engineering.

The interest among young people for technology is
rapidly declining.


Learning by doing: practical work combined with instruction. Classrooms linked to workshops.

The ‘Technology Tower’ as a positive icon and landmark in
the city. It does not look like a factory.

Innovative, attractive design: ‘a cool place to be’.
Green architecture: compact building, daylight,
concrete core activation, thermal energy storage.

ICS:         www.ideal-learning-environment.com
           ■ Strategic Consultancy               Project Management
           ■ Linking Education & Architecture
Sprengeloo Technology Tower


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