Taking photographs and filming at TU Delft Library
The central TU Delft Library is located in a very photogenic building. It is permitted to take photographs or film in this and the other TU Delft Library locations, if you follow a number of rules.
For private use or study purposes
You are free to do as you wish, as long as you stick to the following rules:
- It is not permitted to take photographs or film during examination periods.
- It is not permitted to use flash lights in the Library.
- You must not take photographs or film in the Glass hall, Orange room and Red room; these rooms are for silent study only.
- You may only photograph library visitors and employees if you have asked their permission first.
- If you would like to do a photo shoot, please contact Ask Your Library, our customer service.
For commercial purposes
Commercial photography and film recording is only permitted after approval and by arrangement.
- You can apply for permission by contacting Ask Your Library, our customer service at least three work days in advance.
- For copyright reasons, you must also contact Mecanoo, the architects firm that designed the library building. You may need to pay a location fee.
- The rules for photography and filming for private use also apply for commercial purposes