ZAMVISÃO vision for Zambeziá, Mozambique


This week VE-R has participated in the Dutch Disaster Risk Reduction and Surge Support (DRRS) Team’s initiative in Mozambique. A transformative 3-day co-design workshop was organized in Quelimane, focused on shaping a shared and integrated vision for flood risk management in Zambeziá province. With active engagement from diverse stakeholders spanning local, provincial, and national levels,…

“A New Peace of Münster” documentary now on screen abroad


After the exhibition “Plan D” at the University of Münster and a series of workshops organized by Simon Richter and Patrick Nederkoorn, a documentary directed by Maria Kolossa has now aired internationally; it is following these initiatives and showcasing large-scale concepts and ideas developed by landscape architects and climate experts on their cross-border visions of…

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Next step for BLOOM, Haarlem


The BLOOM residential development in the old Sonneborn terrain in Haarlem is making the next step towards realisation and we are excited to be part of this project in our home town. On behalf of the developer VORM and In collaboration with Architect VAN AKEN part of Sweco, who were responsible for the design of…

The Lower Msimbazi river area envisioned as the green lungs of the city

LMUP to be presented at IWA, Kigali


VE-R has been selected as a Platform Presenter at the upcoming IWA Water and Development Congress 2023, taking place from December 10th to 14th in Kigali, Rwanda. The congress focuses on crucial topics like water, sanitation, and climate resilience. We are looking forward to introduce the Msimbazi Upgrading Plan as a best practice for integrated…

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‘Het Wad verdrinkt’ study for the Wadden Sea


The Wadden is drowning. At 15cm sea level rise per century the Wadden can grow along, but with today’s knowledge of an average sea level rise worldwide of already 50 cm per century the most realistic situation is the Wadden Sea won’t fall to dryland with every low tide and the natural ecosystem gets lost…

A new office for VE-R

VE-R has moved!


Since 04/07 VE-R is housed at a different address. Our new office is now located at Stationsplein 118 in Haarlem, right across Haarlem station. Come meet us there to discuss ways to improve your landscapes and cities through sustainable, inclusive and participatory designs.