First new homes being built in old Philips building

Demolition of the old Philips Lighting headquarters has finished, with initial construction plans now taking shape.

The building on the Mathildelaan has been completely stripped, and workers are now installing motorised, aluminium, vertical sliding windows, according to a Twitter post by the window manufacturer.

Eindhoven developers Foolen and Reijs bought the building, which they plan to convert to 600 leased and private apartments complete with an indoor swimming pool and shops.

Architechts Diederendirrix will design a large urban park that will surround the building.

The first lofts are due to be completed in the first half of 2016.

Source: Studio040
Translation: Nicola Wood (LinkedIn)

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