We’ve started renovating at our location, Fluwelen Burgwal 58. We are still on schedule to officially open our doors in January, so as soon as we have a date for the grand opening you’ll be the first to know.

At The Hague Humanity Hub, we believe in working bottom up, so we invited the community to join us for a collaborative design session. For several of our members, it was the first time they got to see the building. So after wandering around the space for a while, the architect, Jamie van Lede of Origins Architects, took us through a design process where he presented lots of different images to gauge the group’s reactions to them. We looked at images of workspaces, desks, meeting rooms, lounges, entertainment areas, and cafés. Next up was a more intuitive process where everyone had to select random images of things that elicited an emotional reaction. This process resulted in a moodboard for the workspace as a whole. Lastly, we looked at the visual identity of the Hub and had delicious food to nurture our minds.

The Hague Humanity Hub has found an home! We will turn three floors of the Sirius building at the Fluwelen Burgwal 58 into the place to be for innovators in the fields of peace, justice and humanitarian issues.