Branching Out

Seeing the woods through illuminated trees
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Relaxing in nature in the dark: there are few people who enjoy that. Bit creepy for most. Branching Out is the light in the darkness on the UT campus. A central meeting place with LED illuminated tree trunks covered in bark, where socializing is wonderful for students.

Partners

University of Twente
Client: Facility Management of University of Twente

People

Angele Reinders
Researchers: Angele Reinders, Wouter Eggink
Contributing students: Willem-Jan Rensink, Jeroen Wildeman

Contact

a.h.m.e.reinders [at] utwente . nl

Relaxing in nature in the dark: there are few people who enjoy that. Bit creepy for most. Branching Out is the light in the darkness on the UT campus. A central meeting place with LED illuminated tree trunks covered in bark, where socializing is wonderful for students.

Partners

University of Twente
Client: Facility Management of University of Twente

People

Angele Reinders
Researchers: Angele Reinders, Wouter Eggink
Contributing students: Willem-Jan Rensink, Jeroen Wildeman

Contact

a.h.m.e.reinders [at] utwente . nl

Branching Out

Relaxing in nature in the dark: there are few people who enjoy that. Bit creepy for most. Branching Out is the light in the darkness on the UT campus. A central meeting place with LED illuminated tree trunks covered in bark, where socializing is wonderful for students.

Partners

University of Twente
Client: Facility Management of University of Twente

People

Angele Reinders
Researchers: Angele Reinders, Wouter Eggink
Contributing students: Willem-Jan Rensink, Jeroen Wildeman

Contact

a.h.m.e.reinders [at] utwente . nl

Relaxing in nature in the dark: there are few people who enjoy that. Bit creepy for most. Branching Out is the light in the darkness on the UT campus. A central meeting place with LED illuminated tree trunks covered in bark, where socializing is wonderful for students.

Partners

University of Twente
Client: Facility Management of University of Twente

People

Angele Reinders
Researchers: Angele Reinders, Wouter Eggink
Contributing students: Willem-Jan Rensink, Jeroen Wildeman

Contact

a.h.m.e.reinders [at] utwente . nl