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De campus bestaat uit het internationale hoofdkantoor van de Lely Groep en twee productielocaties waar ruim 800 medewerkers werken aan innovatieve en toekomstgerichte oplossingen voor de agrarische sector. Het 7,5 ha grote complex bestaat uit een multifunctioneel kantoorgebouw van 10.500 m2 BVO waarop een ultra-energiezuinige productiehal van 22.500 m2 BVO is aangesloten. Machiel Hopman, architect en managing director van het Rotterdamse architectenbureau ConsortArchitects, is hoofdverantwoordelijk voor het architectonisch ontwerp van het complex en hanteerde in het project een integrale ontwerpmethodiek. Architectonisch ontwerp, landschappelijke inrichting, technische installaties, constructie, interieur en verlichting werden voor de bestekfase op doelgerichte wijze ontworpen en op elkaar afgestemd. Deze integrale ontwerpmethode heeft het mogelijk gemaakt om een gebouw van het hoogste duurzame niveau te realiseren. De landschappelijke inpassing kwam tot stand in samenwerking met Robbert-Jan van der Veen van stedenbouwkundig bureau plein 06. Voor het interieurontwerp van het kantoor van de Lely Campus is Doepel Strijkers betrokken. De Lely Campus is gecertificeerd binnen de BREEAM-methode en behaalde het hoogste oplevercertificaat van BREEAM-NL 5 sterren. Voor een gebouw met industriefunctie is dit een primeur op het Europese vasteland. [txt_en] => The Lely Campus in Maassluis, is one of the most sustainable business complexes in Europe. The campus consists of the international headquarters of the Lely group and two production facilities where over 800 employees work on innovative and future oriented solutions for the agricultural sector. The 7.5 acre complex consists of a multifunctional office building of 10,500 m2 GFA to which a super energy efficient production hall of 22,500 m2 GFA is connected. Machiel Hopman, architect and managing director of the Rotterdam architecture firm ConsortArchitects, is the principal architect and used a comprehensive design methodology for the project. Architecture, landscape, technical installations, construction, interior and lighting were integrally conceived prior to the specification phase. This integrated design approach made it possible to achieve the high level of sustainability for this building. The landscape integration was conceived in collaboration with Robbert-Jan van der Veen of Plein 06 and Doepel Strijkers was involved for the interior design. [r] => [url] => [pub_nl] => 1 [pub_en] => 0 [seq] => 2 [hp] => 0 [hp2] => 0 [siz] => ) Array ( [id] => 1519 [pid] => 103 [typ] => pro [mdm] => txt [fnm] => [tit_nl] => Interieur [tit_en] => Interior [txt_nl] => Interieur Doepel Strijkers is verantwoordelijk voor het interieur van het 10.000 m2 grote hoofdkantoor van de Lely Campus. Het bureau heeft een ontwerp gemaakt binnen het door ConsortArchitects ontworpen hoofdkantoor, waarbij zowel de kantoorruimtes met conferentiecentrum zijn ontworpen en alle semi publieke plekken zoals de entreeruimte, het auditorium, bedrijfsrestaurant met uitgifte en espressobarren. Daarbij heeft het bureau eetbaar groen in het interieur geïntegreerd en binnen het totaalontwerp 'slimme' interactieve wanden ontworpen die reageren op de gebruikers. Vanuit een drietal intrinsieke waarden is het interieurconcept ontwikkeld, te weten duurzaamheid, sociale cohesie en informatiebehoefte. Deze drie waarden zijn in een overkoepelende ruimtelijke structuur vertaald in de twee beeldtalen ‘Hightech’ en ‘Nature’. Binnen Hightech valt de grootschaligheid van het gebouw, de materiaalinnovaties en de Smart Walls. Clean, strak en helder en gevisualiseerd als doorgaande witte volumes aaneengeschakeld over meerdere verdiepingen. Nature, dat is de zachte kant en representeert collectiviteit en de sociale context en is vormgegeven als losse, kleinschalige objecten van zwarte houten balken waar mensen samen komen zoals espressobars, zithoeken, printplekken. De voor bezoekers gesloten kantoren, waaronder de informatiegevoelige researchafdeling, vallen buiten deze zwart-wit beleving en zijn uitgewerkt in grijs tinten en uniform ingedeeld op basis van een ‘open plan’ kantoor met losse werk- c.q. spreekcellen, georiënteerd op het uitzicht en daglicht. Het kleurenschema zwart, wit, grijs is vanuit deze logica consequent doorgevoerd in alle lagen van het interieur. [txt_en] => The interior concept is based on three core values, namely sustainability, social cohesion and information needs. These three values are integrated in an overall spatial structure, translated into two visual languages 'High-tech ' and 'Nature'. ‘High-tech’ reflects the large scale of the building, the material innovations and the Smart Walls. Clean, tight and bright and visualised as continuous white volumes linked over several floors. ‘Nature’, that is the soft side and represents the collectivity and social context. This layer, constructed out of dark wooden beams, is designed as loose, small-scale objects where people gather such as espresso bars, seating areas and print spots. The areas that are out of bounds for visitors such as the closed offices and research department, fall outside this black and white repertoire and are realised in shades of grey. These are uniformly divided on the basis of an 'open plan' office with loose work and or speak cells, oriented towards the views and natural light. The black, white and grey color scheme, is consistently reflected in all layers of the interior. [r] => [url] => [pub_nl] => 1 [pub_en] => 1 [seq] => 3 [hp] => 0 [hp2] => 0 [siz] => ) Array ( [id] => 1523 [pid] => 103 [typ] => pro [mdm] => txt [fnm] => [tit_nl] => Verhaal [tit_en] => Narrative [txt_nl] => Er is een verhalende laag toegevoegd in het interieur. De historie van Lely en afbeeldingen van de octrooien van het bedrijf zijn gebruikt als visual bekleding. Ook voor het ontwerp van de wanden is een complete en functionele lijn neergelegd. De mate van dichtheid van een wand is bepalend voor de functie erachter. Er zijn slimme wanden maar ook gesloten, open of deels geopende wanden. Deze laatste categorie is voorzien van speciaal ontwikkelde folies waarop een gradiënt is aangebracht die privacy waarborgt en tegelijkertijd zoveel mogelijk transparantie behoudt. De slimme wanden vertonen de BREEAM meetwaarden – uitstoot CO2, verbruik energie & water, monitoren van afvalstromen e.d. – en vervullen de functie van intranet en social media. Bedrijfsnieuws, buurtnieuws, berichten van de werkvloer, maar ook het weer en de filemeldingen voor het woon-werk verkeer flitsen voorbij. De Smart Walls zijn verspreid door het hele gebouw in diverse formaten. De software werkt op basis van de Kinnect techniek. Deze registreert beweging en zorgt voor individuele en collectieve berichten waarbij content scherp is geregisseerd om individu en groep optimaal te bedienen. [txt_en] => A narrative layer is added in the interior. The history of Lely and images of the company's patents have been used as a visual trim. Also for the design of the walls a complete and functional line is laid out. The degree of density of a wall will determine the function behind it. There are smart walls but also closed, open or partially open walls. This last category includes specially developed foils on which a gradient is applied that ensures privacy and at the same time retains as much transparency as possible. The smart walls exhibit the BREEAM readings – monitoring CO2 emissions, energy & water consumption, waste streams etc. – and fulfill the function of intranet and social media. Company news, local news, news from the workplace, but also the weather and traffic reports for commuting flash by. The Smart Walls are scattered throughout the building in a variety of formats. The software works on the basis of the Kinnect technique. This registers movement and provides individual and group messages in which content is directed to optimally serve an individual or group. [r] => [url] => [pub_nl] => 1 [pub_en] => 1 [seq] => 5 [hp] => 0 [hp2] => 0 [siz] => ) head office Lely
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head office Lely

MAASSLUIS, THE NETHERLANDS

Nature meets high-tech in an inspiring environment where Lely works on groundbreaking innovations for the global agriculture sector. The Lely Campus is the first mainland European project to obtain a BREEAM-NL 5 stars certificate.

Lely Campus

The Lely Campus in Maassluis, is one of the most sustainable business complexes in Europe. The campus consists of the international headquarters of the Lely group and two production facilities where over 800 employees work on innovative and future oriented solutions for the agricultural sector. The 7.5 acre complex consists of a multifunctional office building of 10,500 m2 GFA to which a super energy efficient production hall of 22,500 m2 GFA is connected. Machiel Hopman, architect and managing director of the Rotterdam architecture firm ConsortArchitects, is the principal architect and used a comprehensive design methodology for the project. Architecture, landscape, technical installations, construction, interior and lighting were integrally conceived prior to the specification phase. This integrated design approach made it possible to achieve the high level of sustainability for this building. The landscape integration was conceived in collaboration with Robbert-Jan van der Veen of Plein 06 and Doepel Strijkers was involved for the interior design.

Interior

The interior concept is based on three core values, namely sustainability, social cohesion and information needs. These three values are integrated in an overall spatial structure, translated into two visual languages 'High-tech ' and 'Nature'. ‘High-tech’ reflects the large scale of the building, the material innovations and the Smart Walls. Clean, tight and bright and visualised as continuous white volumes linked over several floors. ‘Nature’, that is the soft side and represents the collectivity and social context. This layer, constructed out of dark wooden beams, is designed as loose, small-scale objects where people gather such as espresso bars, seating areas and print spots.

The areas that are out of bounds for visitors such as the closed offices and research department, fall outside this black and white repertoire and are realised in shades of grey. These are uniformly divided on the basis of an 'open plan' office with loose work and or speak cells, oriented towards the views and natural light.

The black, white and grey color scheme, is consistently reflected in all layers of the interior.

Narrative

A narrative layer is added in the interior. The history of Lely and images of the company's patents have been used as a visual trim. Also for the design of the walls a complete and functional line is laid out. The degree of density of a wall will determine the function behind it. There are smart walls but also closed, open or partially open walls. This last category includes specially developed foils on which a gradient is applied that ensures privacy and at the same time retains as much transparency as possible.

The smart walls exhibit the BREEAM readings – monitoring CO2 emissions, energy & water consumption, waste streams etc. – and fulfill the function of intranet and social media. Company news, local news, news from the workplace, but also the weather and traffic reports for commuting flash by.

The Smart Walls are scattered throughout the building in a variety of formats. The software works on the basis of the Kinnect technique. This registers movement and provides individual and group messages in which content is directed to optimally serve an individual or group.
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Lely
location
Maassluis, the Netherlands
status
Completed in 2014
program
10.00m2 office interior, entrance area, shop, hall of fame, auditorium, conference center, restaurant and espresso bars
photography
Teo Krijgsman
design
Duzan Doepel, Eline Strijkers with Chantal Vos, Kasper Zoet, John Rous, Alex Haider, Lieke Genten, Marco Gazzola
graphic and interaction design
Lust, Den Haag
architect
Consort Architects; Machiel Hopman
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