Our ongoing projects
A growing work environment
We believe in engaging, healthy and future proof work environments, and so do our clients. Our way of working is custom made depending on your organization. Read more about our ongoing projects and how we implement our strategy to each unique project.
This summer, Mediahuis Limburg is moving to a unique new location in Maastricht. This challenging building with unique features has a business-like, almost stately appearance and could use some color and dynamic touches before the employees move in. Together with a creative project team, we go through the concept phase, creates a suitable design and ensures a smooth realization phase.
Next level recreation
In collaboration with Bergstein Vastgoed, we are working on the development of a unique living and recreational experience for a number of luxury holiday homes next to the Boschmolenplas in Heel. Together with our suppliers, we translate two different contemporary concepts into high-quality interior packages, with matching furniture, colors, upholstery, and lighting. A beautiful development in an even more beautiful area of Limburg.
For the Maastricht Midwifery Academy, we are developing an inspiring learning and working environment, which will show that this location is the number one knowledge center in their field. Together with staff, teachers and students we determine the vision for the future and design a dynamic, motivating and stimulating hotspot, where independent and practice-oriented education is thriving.
At Dow in Terneuzen, we are contributing as Change Manager within the project team during the implementation of the Design your Day workplace concept. In a company with a large stakeholder base, good communication and proper change management are crucial for a sustainable end result. This starts with a watertight concept and is only a success if every stakeholder feels comfortable in the new situation.
Municipality of Capelle aan den IJssel
For the Municipality of Capelle aan den IJssel, we are currently working on the translation of the real estate vision into a workplace concept. By sharing knowledge and gathering essential input from more than 100 employees, a tailor-made concept will be developed. In the upcoming months Maike Kentrop will provide a ‘living lab’, which will interactively challenge employees to taste, try and give feedback in a new temporary work environment. After this 4-month phase, the next steps in providing a future-proof office can be taken.