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Pleasant working environment

TU Delft considers pleasant work environments for its staff important. Work spaces should encourage meetings and knowledge sharing, be accessible, have good coffee, the right ICT facilities and good furniture. And, of course, sufficient room to meet one another. Not all the office spaces currently meet the today’s wishes and requirements. Over the coming years TU Delft will focus on modernisation and making work spaces more flexible and sustainable, efficient and multifunctional. We use the Rijkswerkpleknorm [national work space standards] as a guideline with room for customisation for academic work environments. This will enable a pleasant working environment whilst reducing the surface area required.

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Objectives

  • Rijkswerkpleknorm [national work space standards]
  • Contemporary and future proof
  • More diversity, free choice of place or work space (meeting, collaborating, processing and concentrating)
  • Stimulating knowledge sharing through more meeting and collaboration
  • More meeting spaces away from work spaces to nullify nuisance
  • Optimum ICT facility support
  • Create the feeling: “I want to be here!” and “I feel at home here”

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