TU Delft 2015

Living Campus

TU Delft is working to create a varied and inspiring environment for students, scientists, staff, entrepreneurs and visitors. Alongside an innovative learning and working environment, the Living Campus will provide various other facilities. The focus will be on meeting, living and recreation.

A good example of this is the new food & beverage vision whereby TU Delft will shift from having a single campus-wide catering company to a variety of food & beverage providers spread out around campus, from unstaffed coffee corners to a grand café. The Freezones on campus will also contribute to the Living Campus. These marked areas will provide power and water that can be used for free for various outdoor activities.



  • At least 30 hotspots on campus in 2023
  • Making the outdoor spaces more appealing
  • Showing off TU Delft’s history, culture and pride in public spaces


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