Esjeeka has been created on the east side of Tilburg’s Spoorpark. This new home for Scouting Esjeeka, Urban BSO Spoorpark and the kiosk of Stichting Spoorpark forms the back of the water square. With children and park visitors as primary users, Esjeeka is a place of movement seven days a week.
The building with associated storage space is situated parallel to the boulevard, in a horizontal rhythm with the Kempentoren. The various functions are strung in a long row of pergolas, thus shaping the cap of the building. In line with the concept behind all pavilions, the wooden facade under the pergola is open on the sunny side. All common areas are located on the water square, where all children can safely go on a discovery tour in the middle of the city. A kitchen has been placed in the courtyard along the building and includes a place for a fire pit.
This multifunctional space is one of the three pavilions in the Spoorpark. Together with De Rits, the VGL pavilion, Kempentoren, and the water square, it is an iconic place at the east entrance. Due to its location close to the railway, additional measures were necessary to guarantee safety. The building has a concrete roof and extra protected glass. Frames and facades are weighted and made of non-combustible material. Esjeeka is the first building initiated by the exploiting quartermaster. With a combination of own money, crowdfunding, subsidies and activities by Scouting Esjeeka, all those involved created the momentum that was decisive for the realization.
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