diederendirrix designed a striking triangular pavilion with rounded corners for the new merger of the Eindhoven hockey clubs. The large canopy built from laminated wooden joists in a triangular grid is eye-catching. The structure extends from the outside into the inside and creates a special interior.
The pavilion is located on a plinth consisting of an overgrown slope on one side and a stand on the other side. Underneath, comfortable changing rooms and a physiotherapy room are fitted in. On the raised level the canteen is located, which, underneath the canopy, has a terrace overlooking the hockey fields. There is room for a business club on the pavilion’s level. The smart façades consist of light grey, preserved pine slats. The EPC (Energy Performance Coefficient) is 0.3 due to the building´s triangular shape, the solar panels on the roof and the high insulation levels.