Landscape Architecture And Urban Design In The Netherlands 2016
The yearbook features seventeen exemplary design projects that reflect the current state of Dutch urban design and landscape architecture. Themed around the question of how spatial designers can find their place in the development projects that are set to shape dialogue in the field over the coming decades, from major transitions concerning environment and climate, to local initiatives and market actors, it explores exemplary projects both within and outside of the Netherlands. Highlights include Cape Square in Durrës (AL), Slow Mile in Mechelen (BE), Rivierpark in Nijmegen, Fort bij Vechten in Bunnik, and Circulair Buiksloterham in Amsterdam.
|152 p, ils colour & bw, 23 x 30 cm, pb, Dutch/English