Claudia Brandenburg, Language Arts, NY
28 x 19
Paperback, cover wrap/poster
Long Island City: Connecting the Arts is a project of the Design Trust for Public SPace in partnership with the Long Island City Cultural Alliance. This project is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency.
special offer: now only € 12.50 instead of € 21,50 [the Netherlands] € 21,50 [Europe] € 21,50 [outside Europa]
Jan Albarda en De Groep van Delft / Jan Albarda and The Group of Delft
Joseph Plateau grafisch ontwerpers
20 x 25 cm
This publication is supported by the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.
This publication is published in cooperation with STAG.
For more information: De Groep van Delft
Vincent de Boer
24.1 x 29 cm
In collaboration with: The Netherlands Institute in Turkey (NIT), Bond Precaire Woonvormen, Studyo 501 Architectural Studio, RAUM Utrecht, Bant Mag, De Voorkamer, Zitlar Mecmuasi
This publication has been made possible by Creative Industries Fund NL, Stichting Stokroos, Corendon Foundation, RAUM, NIT
Spiritism - Modernism - Architecture
Remco van Bladel / Studio for Graphic Design and typography
12.5 x 18.5 cm
Editor: Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei; Editor/Proofreader: Urok Shirhan; Translation English/Portugese: Noelly Russo.
This publication is supported by Extra City, Antwerp, Belgium; Ministry of Culture, Brazil; Mondriaan Fund, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; PhDArts, The Hague/Leiden, The Netherlands; Promoveren in de Kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
This publication is produced by Capacete, Rio de Janeiro/São Paulo, Brazil.
OpTrek in Transvaal. On the role of public art in urban development. Interventions and research
17 x 24
Dutch / English
Date of release: March/April 2010
This publication was made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Stichting, Fonds 1818, Stroom Den Haag, Municipality of The Hague/OCW.
Games Informing the Urban Development
Mainstudio, Edwin van Gelder
17 x 23 cm
Date of release: October 2017
This publication has been made possible with the generous support of the Creative Industries Fund NL, the Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Stichting.
More information about Play the City: www.playthecity.nl
24 x 30 cm
Release date: Summer 2022
Made possible with the support of Delft University of Technology/Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment and the Creative Industries Fund
24.3 x 16.7
paperback with dvd
Available in English
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Past | Present | Future
Steffen Nijhuis, Paul Thissen, Elyze Storms-Smeets
Release date: Fall 2022
Published by Jap Sam Books
A Collaboration of Delft University of Technology, Province of Gelderland, Gelders Genootschap.
In the framework of KaDEr, Innocastle
The province of Gelderland (the Netherlands) inherits many castles, country houses and estates. Together they form historic estate landscapes that partially determine the regional landscape character. Climate change and urbanisation have a significant effect on the management and protection of these heritage landscapes. An abundance and a shortage of water, spatial fragmentation and increasing pressure from recreation and tourism are only a few of the challenges that need to be addressed. The complexity of these challenges requires a regional perspective to understand the coherence and systemic relationships between the estates and to help find common ground in which stakeholders can work together to increase the resilience and adaptability of these valuable landscapes.
Resilient Estate Landscapes Gelderland proffers a landscape-based regional approach to understanding, planning and designing heritage estate landscapes. It elaborates a preservation-through-planning approach that takes spatial development with historical landscape structures as a basis and engages in a process with meaningful stakeholder engagement and visualisation/communication to invent spatial strategies and principles founded on co-creation and collaboration while employing spatial design as an essential means.
Resilient Estate Landscapes Gelderland results from a collaborative project of TU Delft Landscape Architecture, the Province of Gelderland and heritage organisation Gelders Genootschap in the framework of the Characteristic and Sustainable Heritage (KaDEr) programme and the EU-Interreg project Innocastle. The book provides a powerful roadmap for the protection and development of future-proof estate landscapes by presenting a practice-oriented approach and its implementation in policy, planning and design. While showcasing best practices from the region and beyond, the book is a valuable resource for everyone interested in the past, present and future of heritage estate landscapes.