Esther Agricola (chair), Sandra van Assen, Jeroen Ruitenbeek, Eveline Visser, Gert-Jan Wisse
Text and editing
Mark Hendriks, Margot Limburg, Martine Bakker, Judith de Blok, Marieke Berkers, Rob van der Bijl,
Hester van Gent, Edwin Lucas, Marit Noest, Marc Nolden, Sofia Opfer, Eva Vroom
Dutch/ENG, Softcover with dust jacket, 22x30 cm, 184 pages, full colour
What are sustainable and innovative pathways to a desirable future? How do you bring complex area developments to a successful conclusion? Or design calming places?
This Yearbook of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in the Netherlands presents
22 outstanding projects: park designs with intriguing combinations of land art, history and music,
residential neighbourhoods with a clever mix of old and new, a unique court case to defend the rights of the North Sea, and a critical reflection on temporary housing for refugees. Other projects
address current issues in rural areas, such as biobased crops and the principle of ‘soil and water based planning’. And, as always, the book features superb designs for prominent locations such
as Stationseiland in Amsterdam, the Lebuinus squares in Deventer and the core zone of De Hoge Veluwe National Park.
This Yearbook was compiled by the editors of Blauwe Kamer landscape architecture magazine. The projects were selected by an independent committee of professional peers.
Yearbook Landscape architecture and Urban Design 2023 received financial support from Creative Industries Fund NL, Chief Government Architect and Advisors and the NHBOS foundation.
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