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    De Groene Kamer project airms to bring man closer to nature. On the outskirts of the Dutch town Tilburg it acts as a hub between city and country… Read More
    De Groene Kamer project airms to bring man closer to nature. On the outskirts of the Dutch town Tilburg it acts as a hub between city and countryside. It links the demand for an open and green space with the demand for spiritual and intellectual meditation, or just to relax. At the same time everyday activities find a place in De Groene Kamer which connects various programs for leisure, retail, education, sports, wellness and a healthy lifestyle. In this way De Groene Kamer facilitates both a physical and a mental experienced transition from city to country. This provides a promising spatial innovation that will transplant shopping from a familiar urban context into a rural setting. Read Less
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Birdseye view (southeast)
De Groene Kamer is a new type of estate with a mission to bring the outdoors in an inspiring way closer to the city and its inhabitants in the rural area of Tilburg. Recreation, education and the experience of nature are combined in an innovative and sustainable manner in a green overall concept.

De Groene Kamer covers an area of ​​approximately 31 hectares on the northeast side of The Green Quadrant. This area situated on the southwest side of Tilburg is primarily agricultural. The Green Quadrant is an area of just 500 hectares and has the status of ‘verwevingsgebied’; an area where city and outskirts naturally flow into one another. The municipality of Tilburg marked the planning area as an important building block for development in its Structuurvisie Tilburg Zuidwest 2020.
 
 
"De Groene Kamer is a new type of estate with a mission to bring the outdoors in an inspiring way closer to the city and its inhabitants."
 

De Groene Kamer is ecologically, economically and socio-culturally sustainable. The site is a strong link in the ecological structure as yet been outlined along the Bredaseweg. De Groene Kamer goes one step further by not only connecting, but also to developping. The aim is to restore the original heath valley landscape.

The urban plan consists of three equal components, each covering one third of the area of ​​De Groene Kamer. One third of the total area is arranged for nature, a third is intended for use with a natural park-like character (green) and another third of the space is used for buildings and infrastructure.

De Groene Kamer connects retail with nature development and experience in a profitable manner. The economy is heavily oriented to and related with nature with a range of product market combinations. The project is an example of stewardship, where entrepreneurs and investors know their interests insured. The retail formulas on De Groene Kamer are a welcome addition to the existing shops in Tilburg and even have an above-regional appearance. Sustainable trends (slow food and local, authentic experience and products) provide the agricultural sector, both in the immediate vicinity as well as in the region, plenty of new economic opportunities.
Masterplan De Groene Kamer
View from the Bredasestraat
Parking in the arboretum
For more information go to www.degroenekamer.nl
 
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Landgoed De Groene Kamer
Aert Heijmlaan 9
5263 AA Vught
+31(0)73 - 657 90 66