Hortus Botanicus Leiden (NL)
In the centre of Leiden a special conservatory
|Place||Leiden, the Netherlands|
|Design||Architect Hubert-Jan Henket|
|Surface||800 m², 12 m high|
Commisioned by The University of Leiden this greenhouse / conservatory named 'Hortus Academicus Lugduno Batavus' was built in the old city of Leiden.
The winter garden is the home to several large plant collections: as carnivorous plants, potted plants and other rare plants. In addition, it houses large container plants which in summer are brought out. The winter garden has a small restaurant, a bookshop and ticket office, an educational space and sanitation. All these features are housed in a total volume of 800 m². In response to the wish of the Hortus to the interior 12 meters high structure was designed.
Images of Hortus Botanicus Leiden (NL)
Are you looking for a carefully balanced botanical garden?
We would like to demonstrate you the options for your specific project…