Schalkwijk verbindt Gebiedsontwikkeling

VE-R, together with VAST, MOVE Mobility and Field Factors have made the submission “Schalkwijk verbindt!” for the competition Panorama Lokaal. In “Schalkwijk verbindt!” we show how to steer a positive shift from ‘coming and going to and from the neighbourhood’, with the emphasis on the car, to ‘moving within the neighbourhood’, with the emphasis on…

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Kolderbos Genk_20200407

The objective of providing a structural response to society’s challenges in Kolderbos, the future construction programme of Nieuw Dak and a number of early ideas, are the reason for the city of Genk to have a vision drawn up that brings all these and potential other projects together and forms part of a coherent vision…

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Street view in Amstelscheg, Amsterdam

VE-R is part of the team for the location Amstelscheg-Amstelkwartier in Amsterdam as part of the the urban fringes lab, an initiative of BNA Research and ARCAM. The urban fringes lab will investigate how urban fringes can be (re)programmed in 2020. The starting point is the surrounding landscape, which was analysed by ARCAM in 2019…

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Panorama Lokaal: Schalkwijk Haarlem

The multidisciplinary team that VE-R landscape architecture and urbanism forms together with Vast Architects, Field Factors and Move Mobility is one of the three teams selected to take part in the Panorama Local design competition for the Schalkwijk location in Haarlem. It asks for a vision to prepare this vulnerable neighbourhood for the future in…

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VE-R session in Saint Louis, Senegal

The island of the City of Saint Louis, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, has a unique position in the river Delta of the Senegal river. This river is separated from the ocean by a small strip of land called Langue de Barbarie, a densely build strip with a bustling fishing community. Flooding by the…

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Aerial view of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Africa is a huge continent with 54 independent countries, all of which have rich histories and cultures. Nowadays, the developments in these countries are faster and larger than the world has ever faced, with direct and major influences on the landscape, the urban planning and the architecture. Therefore, this year’s C4C6 lecture series of the Amsterdam…

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Kisumu site visit

Spatial Planning for Agro-business and policy Development, shortened to SPADE, is a programme of Maseno University in Kisumu, Kenya supported by a consortium of VU Amsterdam, DASUDA, RVO and Moi University as part of a Nuffic Niche project. Remco Rolvink of VE-R contributes to the DASUDA partnership with sessions on spatial planning methods. From 13…

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Kajjansi junction spatial development framework

VE-R as partner of DASUDA was present at the Kajjansi Town Council meeting where the Vision of Growth was presented. This last Tuesday 26th of February the Kajjansi Town Council, part of Wakiso District in Greater Kampala, Uganda, met in a special session regarding the Kajjansi Junction Spatial Development Framework (SDF), presented by DASUDA under…

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