Building for Biodiversity

2015 / 0 comments

A research project on nature inclusive urban development and architecture on a case-study in Amsterdam, Cruquius island, organized by ARCAM (Amsterdam Architectural Centre) and DS Landscape Architects. In this context I was part of a multidisciplinary team of architects, biologists, (urban) designers, historians and landscape architects who were collaborating in gaining and sharing (practical) knowledge…

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TUSSENBUUR

2011 / 0 comments

TUSSENBUUR is a ‘permeable garden separator’ which can be bought per running meter. Where it creates a boundary to humans, it connects gardens to small animals and insects. By using a double knitting technique, a space is created within the fencing where, for example, birds could make their nests. The varying materials also create sustenance…

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