The City Hall and two monumental buildings were transformed and integrated into an open, welcoming and flexible campus. It is home to three public service organisations: the Municipality of Tiel, Werkzaak Rivierenland and UWV. They now share one work environment and their public counters, efficiently providing the residents of the municipality with one point of contact and short communication lines between the services.
A social and local approach determined the interior design and the materialisation of the offices. The design of the campus reflects Tiel's landscape and surrounding with colours derived from nature and the four seasons. Highlights in the overall colourful design are the unique hand-carved oak tables and hand-embroidered felt wall panels. These are made by woodworkers and craftsmen from the social workshops of Werkzaak Rivierenland. The tables and wall panels occupy a prominent position in the Stadhuis Campus' shared meeting spaces which are themed river landscape, fruit gardening and Betuwe. The office are lined with lamella with integrated signing. These lamella clad the cores, various meeting rooms and lockers, and are made of the old doors from the City Hall.