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Design route Strijp

Whether you're a seasoned design enthusiast or want to get acquainted with the design power of Eindhoven Design District: this route is for you. 

We'll take you along the tech and design highlights of Strijp-S, Strijp-T, and Strijp-R, the three industrial areas that Philips developed between the 1920s and 1950s. The factories have since left, and you'll find plenty of exhibitions, design studios, creative hotspots, and innovative companies here. Discover the must-sees but also the hidden gems!

Distance: 5,5 kilometers / 3,4 miles
Number of stops: 33

Let's go!
Silo Living op Strijp-T
Atelier Studio RENS

Good to know

The starting point of the route is at the Portiersloge. If you stop at several locations and eat or drink something, the route will take about 3 to 4 hours. 

The route has two "outliers" that we find very worthwhile: KEVN (officially not in Strijp, but we will not let you miss this one) and Silo Living at Strijp-T. No time or inclination to walk there? Then watch the videos in the app! 

Eindhoven Design District

Eindhoven Design District is an initiative of the city of Eindhoven, the Dutch Design Foundation, and Eindhoven365 to give design and technology in Eindhoven a bigger stage and to stimulate design thinking among companies and governments. On our project website, you will find information about the projects we realize and best practices from the Eindhoven design field. Be inspired!


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Transportation to the starting point

Are you coming by car? Then it's best to park at Parking Philips Stadion or Microlab

Coming from the city center? Then hop on bus 401, 402, or 403. You can catch the bus at Central Station or the bus stop in front of Mediamarkt. Get off at the stop Glaspoort. You can also take the train to Station Strijp-S.

Wanna do the sustainable thing and come by bike? At Torenallee, you'll find plenty of bike racks.

Any feedback? We love to hear from you!

Do you have comments or tips? Mail to We are still developing the app and would love to hear how we can improve it!