Willem C. van Unnik Building, campus of De Uithof for Utrecht University (formerly known as Trans-2)

Lucas and Niemeijer
1969




Skyscraper with 22 floors above ground

Named after biblical scholar Willem C. van Unnik, it was the tallest high-rise building in the City of Utrecht between 1969 and 1977 when it was surpassed by Ensemble Westraven, another design of Lucas & Niemeijer.
 




Other buildings on this campus on this site include: the Educatorium (Rem Koolhaas), The Basket Bar (NL Architects), the University Library (W.M.J. Arets), the David de Wied Building (Hertzberger), and the Minnaert Building (Neutelings Riedijk).

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