Jannemarie de Jonge (voorzitter), Elma van Boxel, Philomene van der Vliet, Henk Hartzema en Bianca Seekles
Text and editing
Mark Hendriks (hoofdredacteur), Martine Bakker, Marieke Berkers, Rob van der Bijl, Marc Nolden, Sofia Opfer
Dutch/ENG, Softcover with dust jacket, 22x30 cm, 200 pages, full colour
Showcasing the brightest and best projects of 2020, this Yearbook includes a newly created group of islands in the Markermeer, several new types of dike on the island of Texel and along the Meuse
river, a residential neighbourhood in Amsterdam-Noord built on circular principles, a former factory site in Eindhoven redesigned with input from the residents and a new station building and
concourse in Assen. All are exceptional places and plans that embody the themes of this year’s edition: diversity, sustainability and innovation.
The projects were selected by an independent committee of professionals. The editors of Blauwe Kamer magazine curated the book. The book includes a portrait of Yttje Feddes – winner of the
Bijhouwer Prize for her contribution to landscape architecture – and an essay by government advisor Berno Strootman on landscape-inclusive agriculture.
Blauwe Kamer Yearbook Landscape architecture and Urban Design 2019 received financial support from Creative Industries Fund NL, Chief Government Architect and Advisors and the NHBOS
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