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Tussen tijd

Gebruik van ruimte in transitie

Barbara Luns, Yvonne Lub, Podium voor Architectuur [eds.]


Tussen tijd

Gebruik van ruimte in transitie

Barbara Luns, Yvonne Lub, Podium voor Architectuur [eds.]


Architecture / Landscape / Urbanism



Graphic designer

Montse Hernandez i Sala

Number of pages


Book size

23.5 x 16.2 cm



Only available in Dutch

Release date: October 2013 

This publication is published in cooperation with Podium voor Architectuur  

Made possible with the support of Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, Stichting Vrienden van het Podium, Kamer van Koophandel Amsterdam, APPM and gemeente Haarlemmermeer.

Tussen Tijd. Gebruik van ruimte in transitie is a new publication published in cooperation with Podium voor Architectuur Haarlemmermeer and Schiphol. Current ways of project developing, planning and design seem to lose their meaning and value, and the need for flexibility and new ways of integral cooperation is tangible. This need became apparent during a series of themed lectures and expert meetings about 'Rental voids and redevelopment plans' organised by Podium voor Architectuur in spring 2012. This publication covers topical themes such as urban renewal, adaptive reuse, how to avoid rental voids, food as an impetus for urban modernisation, bottom-up urban planning as an organic development method and area development in transition.

With contributions by:

Arthur van Dijk, Yvonne Lub, Theo Baart, Paul Kortman, Teun van den Ende, Barbara Luns, Dick Hulsebosch, Eric-Jan de Rooij, Hilde Remøy Paul Bos, Marjan Kootwijk, Fred Kaaij, Menno van der Veen, Ward Rauws, Beitske Boonstra, Peter Joustra, Michiel Hulshof and Roel in 't Veld.

Interviews with: Bert Uitterhoeve, Hilco van der Wal, Piet Brandjes, Alexandra Rimmelzwaan and Rudy Stroink.