2o17

2o17

Exhibition: Linkeroever Across the River

The project 'Common Landscape | Amenities | Space' is part of the exhibition: Linkeroever, Across the River. 

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RAvB: Design lab Project Rotterdam

To be a player in the field of city development, a spatial strategist needs to understand the rules of the game. The design lab Project Rotterdam focuses on giving the students of the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design a basic understanding of: “Who owns what?” “Who pays and what are each responsibilities, powers and ambitions?”

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Urban Circular Passport @ Plandag 2017

If the shared economy is no longer a niche economy, how will this affect the city? A paper describing the Urban Circular Passport, written for Plandag 2017: Shared Space. 

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Urban Development & the Next Economy

Until now the Rotterdam urban fabric seems to be flexible enough to absorb the first spatial impacts of the Next Economy. But to accelerate the transition, Rotterdam has a grand city renewal task ahead. An essay for the Economic Outlook Rotterdam 2017.

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Innovative City Port

How to combine production and urban development? A vision, framework and development strategy for 'The Innovative City Port', an area located at Antwerp North, where the city and the port area of Antwerp meet.

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Common Landscape | Amenities | Space

How should Linkeroever further develop? An adaptive structure, based on three design principles (Common Landscape, Common Amenities and Common Space), for the idea competition Antwerp Linkeroever.

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Urban Circular Economy @ VRP congress

What will be the role of the spatial planner concerning the circular economy? Which are the planning instruments she or he can use? For the VRP congress, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the establishment Spatial Structural Plan of Flanders, David Dooghe was asked to shortly reflect on these questions.

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Urban Circular Economy @ deSingel Antwerp

What are the spatial effects of new perspectives on an urban waste management? A series of Pecha Kucha presentations for the event: “The city makes Waste, Waste makes the City” went in depth on this question. 

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