Heymans

Our cosy co-working lounge Heymans with bar is a workplace, touch-down, and meeting point. Far away from the traffic jams and crowds of your own office space.
There is space for up to 30 people to be seated at a table or in a comfortable lounge chair.


Heymans

Our cosy co-working lounge Heymans with bar is a workplace, touch-down, and meeting point. Far away from the traffic jams and crowds of your own office space.
There is space for up to 30 people to be seated at a table or in a comfortable lounge chair.

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G. Lemaître

The largest of the four available rooms, G. Lemaître, has sufficient room for up to 60 people and can be used for meetings and dinners. This room is equipped with a state-of-the-art interactive wall. This wall digitally supports the design process, from A to Z.

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Beernaert

Salon Beernaert easily accommodates up to 20 people. The special character with comfortable seats and homely atmosphere creates an atmosphere in which you can think “out of the box”, relax or charge your batteries before another creative session.

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St. Catharina

St. Catharina is een publieke ruimte, gelegen op de gelijkvloerse verdieping van het Infirmeriegebouw. Deze zaal is rolstoeltoegankelijk. Een stukje geschiedenis St. Catharina van Alexandrië (+ 307) behoort tot de populairste heiligen van de Middeleeuwen en wordt aanschouwd als de patrones van de begijnen. Ze wordt aanroepen als beschermster tegen de pest, voor de bewaking […]

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Van Hamaele

Maria Magdalena van Hamal van Elderen (ca. 1460-1540) was the wife of Willem van Croÿ, after whom another room in this building is named. Willem was her second husband. Together they founded a Celestine convent in Heverlee, although sadly this no longer exists.

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Infirmerie

This room is part of the Infirmary building. From way back, this complex, which was similar to a hospital, was one of the important components of the Flemish Beguinages which usually go back to the 13th to 14th century.

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Lemaire

The dilapidated Beguinage site was rescued from destruction in 1962 by the signing of an agreement transferring ownership to the University of Leuven (apart from the Church of St John the Baptist, which was only transferred after its restoration). This room is located on the ground floor of the Infirmary building, and is accessible to wheelchairs.

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Heymans

Tuesday 09 January 2018 /

Our cosy co-working lounge Heymans with bar is a workplace, touch-down, and meeting point. Far away from the traffic jams and crowds of your own office space.
There is space for up to 30 people to be seated at a table or in a comfortable lounge chair.

G. Lemaître

Tuesday 09 January 2018 /

The largest of the four available rooms, G. Lemaître, has sufficient room for up to 60 people and can be used for meetings and dinners. This room is equipped with a state-of-the-art interactive wall. This wall digitally supports the design process, from A to Z.

Beernaert

Tuesday 09 January 2018 /

Salon Beernaert easily accommodates up to 20 people. The special character with comfortable seats and homely atmosphere creates an atmosphere in which you can think “out of the box”, relax or charge your batteries before another creative session.

St. Catharina

Thursday 24 September 2015 /

St. Catharina is een publieke ruimte, gelegen op de gelijkvloerse verdieping van het Infirmeriegebouw. Deze zaal is rolstoeltoegankelijk. Een stukje geschiedenis St. Catharina van Alexandrië (+ 307) behoort tot de populairste heiligen van de Middeleeuwen en wordt aanschouwd als de patrones van de begijnen. Ze wordt aanroepen als beschermster tegen de pest, voor de bewaking […]

Van Hamaele

Tuesday 01 September 2015 /

Maria Magdalena van Hamal van Elderen (ca. 1460-1540) was the wife of Willem van Croÿ, after whom another room in this building is named. Willem was her second husband. Together they founded a Celestine convent in Heverlee, although sadly this no longer exists.

Infirmerie

Tuesday 01 September 2015 /

This room is part of the Infirmary building. From way back, this complex, which was similar to a hospital, was one of the important components of the Flemish Beguinages which usually go back to the 13th to 14th century.

Lemaire

Tuesday 09 June 2015 /

The dilapidated Beguinage site was rescued from destruction in 1962 by the signing of an agreement transferring ownership to the University of Leuven (apart from the Church of St John the Baptist, which was only transferred after its restoration). This room is located on the ground floor of the Infirmary building, and is accessible to wheelchairs.