To what extent does the introduction of housing in business terrains contribute to its sustainable redevelopment and innovative potential? What are the consequences of mixing living and working environments from both an economic and governance perspective? Are we ready to leave behind functional segregation in urban planning and pursuit an integral approach to diverse spatial agendas?
17:30-19:00 Book launch: Nature-Inclusive Design in the City
18:00-19:30 Thursday Bite
20:00-22:00 Guest Programme Marathon: The City That Never Sleeps
Museum is free of charge from 17:00-21:00
Het Nieuwe Instituut
3015 CB Rotterdam
Free entrance, RSVP via ticket link
Speakers are Gido ten Dolle, Director Urban Development, Municipality of Delft (Urbanization Alliance (“Verstedelijkingsalliantie”) and the redevelopment of the Schieoevers), Elisabeth Boersma, Urban Developer BPDi, BPD Developers (Redevelopment of business terrains and the restructuring of housing corporations in Eindhoven and Tilburg). Debate moderated by Paul Gerretsen
Architecture of Labour
This lecture is part of 'Architecture of Labour', runs between March and December 2019, and is organised by Deltametropolis Association. The programme is part of the Guest Programme of Thursday Night Live!