Radix, building number 107, was desinged By DP6 architects in Delft. The latin word 'Radix' is used to indicate the root of a plant in the botanical sciences. Radix’ interior has been executed in greens and earth tones, with a hint of botanically inspired pink and purple.
The building and its courtyards are very light and airy. On every floor, laboratories and their annexes are arranged to optimise cooperation between chair groups and business units through the use of common equipment.
The following organisations are housed in the Radix building:
- Plant Research International (Wageningen Plant Research)
- Applied Plant Research (Wageningen Plant Research)
- Wageningen University & Research Greenhouse Horticulture
- Wageningen University's Plant Sciences Chair Groups
- Wageningen Academy
- Special Chair Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction
- Centre for Development Innovation
All Wageningen University & Research buildings have an unique number. On the main roads in Wageningen you will find signs which will direct you to different clusters of buildings (for example, building numbers 100-200). Within the various clusters, routes to the individual buildings are shown. Radix's building number is 107.