Plane spotters needn't visit De Huygens Airbase. Despite the confusing and somewhat far-fetched name, this business complex has absolutely nothing to do with aviation. The only similarity that the designers of this concept could come up with is that flying broadens your horizons. Although that seems like a weak justification, that's exactly what dozens of creative entrepreneurs who have taken refuge here do. One, however, would have to admit that De Huygens has made its mark on the area's surroundings since it was built in 1968. The robust building offers nearly 6,000m2 of office space divided into smaller units over four floors and a thorough renovation hasn't hurt the complex either. The generous use of light at De Huygens Airbase has given it a tougher appearance, which of course befits the manly and sexy image of airmen and pilots that the marketing gurus were hoping to emphasise.