Joks Janssen (chair), Marieke Berkers, Tess Broekmans,
Karen de Groot, Gerjan Streng
Text and editing
Mark Hendriks (editor in chief), Martine Bakker, Marieke Berkers,
Rob van der Bijl, Marc Nolden, Anne Seghers, Linde Egberts
Dutch/ENG, Softcover with dust jacket, 22x30 cm, 172 pages, full colour
Dutch landscape architects, urban planners and urban designers are gaining growing influence in discussions on pressing issues such as climate change and the energy transition, as well as on
housing matters and urban renewal. They are able to combine expertise in guiding complex, long-term developments with inspiring design studies and gems of artistry and workmanship.
This Yearbook reviews the state of the art in Dutch landscape and urban design in 2018. In addition to showcasing twenty exemplary projects, the book includes a review of the selection
committee’s choices, an essay on urban design and recent heritage, an interview with the maverick Eindhoven housing corporation director Thom Aussems, and a photo reportage on what threatens to
become a new challenge for landscape architecture and urban design: the severe drought of 2018.
Blauwe Kamer Yearbook Landscape architecture and Urban Design 2018 received financial support from Creative Industries Fund NL, Chief Government Architect and Advisors and the NHBOS
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