Cross-pollination and meeting are the key concepts in the design for the renovation of the Dentistry building and the Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen. The building combines theory and practice in education, research and patient care. The new facades, a central atrium and new installations have made the building much more energy efficient and comfortable. The correct connection and separation of user flows, of practice spaces and teaching and instruction rooms and the changing use in the future have been reasons to use solid materials.
MHB installed more than 2100 m² of SL30 glazed screens and doors with specifications such as fall protection and fire resistance in this building of the Radboud University. The large pivot door is also supplied by MHB in Jansen Economy profile.
The building is ready for the future INBO writes on the website: Dentistry building wins the Nijmegen Architecture Prize 2017.
Dentistry building wins Golden Phoenix Prize, category best renovation prize.