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Urban Resort WIJBURG

About Wijburg

On IJburg you find a brand new residential tower with Broedplaats WIJBURG in it’s bottom corner. Dozens of artists and creative companies work here every day in the 10 studios on the ground floor and 1st floor. Activities and events in the field of art & culture are organized in the bright large projectspace on the street side of the building. WIJBURG is for the urban and young creative: a place to come together, to be inspired and to be challenged in the field of contemporary art.

In collaboration with housing corporation Stadgenoot, we developed broedplaats Wijburg on IJburg in 2022. The first two floors of this new residential tower on IJburglaan will serve as a creative hub for the island’s residents and visitors for no less than twenty years. Wijburg is located in the bustling heart of IJburg.

ART & TECH
Art & technology come together in Broedplaats WIJBURG. From the february 2023, we are looking for tenants for WIJBURG who are on the cutting edge of making – experiment – presentation, in areas such as: technology, new media and digital art. A broedplaats for creatives who work in the ‘art forms of the future’ and may therefore appeal to a younger audience. IJburg is characterised by many households with young adult children. Many students will also settle in IJburg in the coming years due to the the realisation of a large campus of InHolland. We see WIJBURG as thé place for these target groups to come together, which is why we would like to see the establishment of a TechLab or workshopspace.

PARTNERSHIPS & TENANTS
From the beginning of 2023 we are looking for creative, artistic and cultural interpretation for the location. In addition to the 10 studios & workspaces, we are looking for a partner who wants to set up an interesting (cultural) program in WIJBURG. The multifunctional space at the front is exceptionally suitable for this. Keep an eye on our offer page for more information!

(c) Gemeente Amsterdam | Fotograaf: Marcel Israël

(c) Gemeente Amsterdam | Fotograaf: Marcel Israël