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8x Studio Spaces

Are you looking for an awesome studio or workshop in Eindhoven? We have got you covered. From industrial buildings with high-tech facilities to creative bastions on the outskirts of the city.  

Sectie-C

Sectie-C is a vibrant community of thinkers, doers, and designers on the outskirts of the city. A creative bastion that is always on the move. If you're looking for real space, this is the place to be. This is also a great area to visit during Dutch Design Week.

Microlab

An awesome spot for creators, whether you're a tattoo artist, design student, or furniture designer. In addition to workspaces, Microlab also has a lot of nice extras. From a metal and wood workshop to a gym and drinks with the other members. On the roof terrace, you’ll find one of the most beautiful views of the city.

Microlab
Microlab

TAC

TAC might be under construction for a while, but it's a great one to keep in mind. For starting professional artists TAC offers studios in many shapes and sizes. Places for sawing, drilling, and chopping. But also studios for more quiet work. The lovely courtyard garden is free of charge.  

Hallenweg

This unique area in Eindhoven came into being after the Second World War as a reconstruction project. In the beginning, it was mainly metal and welding companies that moved into the spacious halls. Nowadays you will find a colorful collection of creative entrepreneurs at Hallenweg.

Hallenweg

KEVN

A unique exhibition space and cultural meeting place in Woensel-West: KEVN. The focus of the exhibitions is on graphic and illustrative work. There are also seven studio spaces for rent in this former school building. Downstairs in the bar, they serve great coffee and delicious bites.

Piet Hein Eek

Imagine a workplace among Eindhoven greats like Fresku, RENS, and Piet Hein Eek. A dream? At Strijp-R, it will come true! Piet Hein Eek rents out various workspaces and studios on his property. Inspiring scenery and Berlin vibes are always included.

PLAN-B

At PLAN-B you'll find dozens of start-ups, artists, and designers under one roof. Working here means accessing a whole network of creative professionals. You can rent a studio alone or together with someone else. If you are looking for a suitable place for your photoshoot, workshop, or presentation, just book a space for a day.

De Ruysdaelhof

You'll find a friendly place where several creative businesses come together close to the canal: De Ruysdaelhof. Here they love reuse and sustainability. For example, they made their paving from old paving stones from Amsterdam Central Station, and through their solar panels, they produce green electricity.