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Michel Trompert writes about the future of our built past. His vision is shared by many and continued by his two sons

In good hands

The employees at Van Ruysdael make a responsible contribution to today's most complex building task: achieving climate objectives, protecting our built heritage and ensuring an attractive and healthy living environment, our mission.

We take all relevant criteria into account so that we can offer you advice and products to match.

Michel Trompert (born 1956) is the founder of Van Ruysdael. Most of his time is dedicated to researching and writing about the future of our built heritage and product development. Today, with thousands of completed exemplary projects, his vision is shared by many and continued by his two sons: Wouter Trompert and Tijn Trompert. The perspective of the past 25 years is gaining traction. 

About Van Ruysdael

Van Ruysdael is a 'standard setter' in the further evolution of our built heritage and focuses both nationally and internationally on themes such as health, ethics, ecology, economy, culture and climate. We help people give knowledge and direction to the dialogue around these themes. In addition, we also offer a range of tangible products. This is how Van Ruysdael achieves its goal to maintain the attractiveness and health of our buildings and that of our living environment.

Our goal

Van Ruysdael believes in the right to live in an appealing and healthy living environment – not only for today’s generations, but also for future generations. In keeping with this, we invest in our cultural heritage, our environment and our well-being, all which are of inestimable importance. We pursue this goal by developing products and transferring knowledge, maximising the number of people who can enjoy the benefits of a secure, appealing and healthy comfortable environment.

Product and development

Van Ruysdael takes into account the complex mix of technological, ecological, economic and political criteria to be met. In these processes, the characteristic features of several classic architectural styles serve as guiding cultural and aesthetic principles. Van Ruysdael supplies glass and window solutions, which are nearly invisible to the naked eye and – more importantly – facilitate a healthy living environment, for all classical architectural styles dating before 1920, as well as for buildings reflecting the characteristic styles seen in the 1920s, 1930s, 1950s and 1960s.


for the right perspective

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