The new BASF lab B310 on the BASF site in the north of Antwerp (port area) has been in use for a while now. The building designed by SVR-ARCHITECTS comprises a large ground floor with a high, withdrawn volume above ground. The above-ground volume pierces, as it were, the ground floor volume. Only on the east side is this piercing visible because the curtain wall continues over almost the entire height. Here the entrance to the building is organized. The building is accessible via two entrances: one for staff and visitors, and one for technicians. The ground floor consists of the laboratory area (approx. 1200m²) with associated writing areas, sanitary facilities and storage areas. The upper floors contain the cafeteria, the office area, sanitary facilities and technical rooms.

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