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School and Sportshall Bokkeduinen Amersfoort

Project data
Client: 
ROC ASA Amersfoort
Architect: 
Van Moort & Partners Architects
Location: 
Amersfoort
Hand-over date: 
March 2009

The school for vocational training ROC Amsterdam bought tennis centre Bokkeduinen for their department “Learn and Move”. The tennis centre was stripped and turned into a gymnastics hall and sports hall with ancillaries on two floors. The halls are separated by a permanent wall. The small hall is for school gymnastics use only, the large 36x44m hall is suitable for all sports and multi-purpose activities.

After this project, a new school building was built at this location. The school building has class rooms and a multipurpose dance hall in the basement. The ground floor houses offices, day care facilities, changing areas, cafeterias, and a link to the sports hall. More class rooms and study areas are found on the first and second floors. 

All separating walls are made of glass walls, some with frosted glass. The exterior of the building is characterised by beautifully produced curtain wall and roof cladding in red.