The old Leestenfabriek is located right next to Oisterwijk station. This has been expanded with a future-proof, smart and sustainable multi-company building. The first tenants have now entered the full-service office units. In addition to and connected to the existing Leestenfabriek, which already serves as a multi-company building, a dynamic working environment with many shared facilities has been created on three floors.
The existing building with the masonry facades has been partially extended into the new part. A lot of green has been added to the design by architect Quadrant4. The green facades rise above the planters on the first floor. Immediately after the entrance, a large open space has been created for a brasserie, which is also directly adjacent to the existing building. There is also a lot of space for greenery inside. On the facade sides there are freely divisible space for offices over three floors. On the second floor is also a large space for a roof terrace.
The client’s wish is to keep the building as flexible as possible. The building is therefore constructed with a column structure of concrete-filled steel columns, integrated floor girders in combination with hollow-core slab floors. The design of the construction came entirely from Pelecon.