The southeast quarter in Roosendaal is a large new construction development along the A58 motorway. The most high-profile building within the development, the Jan Tinbergen College, is already occupied. The In de Roos sports hall is intended to provide the sports facilities for the college pupils, as well as to serve as a supralocal sports facility for the city.
The building is connected to the college by means of a pedestrian bridge. This creates an access point for college use on the upper floor in addition to the main entrance on the ground floor, to allow optimal use of the facility by different groups simultaneously.
Due to cost considerations, the materials selected for the building were simple: steel, wall cladding, glass. These were incorporated and detailed in such a way as to give the sports hall an allure that far outstrips its function. The result is an open and inviting building. The display of sport by achieving openings and interior views between different functions stimulates people to sport and participate.
|Name:||Sportforum In de Roos|
|Program:||Olympic sports hall, two gymnasiums, canteen and connecting bridge to neighbouring college|
|Surface area:||3,556 m2 gfa|
|Assignment:||PD, FD, specifications, working drawings, aesthetic management|
|Client:||Municipality of Roosendaal|
|Team:||Ton Venhoeven, Manfred Wansink, Louis van Wamel, Eelco Bergman, Gabriel Boutsema, Roland Herpel, Arjan Pot, Maarten Bax, Gert Kwekkeboom|
Olco (construction management), Technion (installation consultant), Goudstikker de Vries (design engineer), K-plus (acoustics & fire consulting), Boot Bouw (contractor)
|Images:||Stijn Poelstra, VenhoevenCS|