Category: Projects

The First Phase of ‘MensenWerk’ is Complete!

  The central question of our ongoing research ‘MensenWerk – The Future of Urban Living, Planning for the Unknown’ is not about the exact programming of urban transformation areas in the future. It is rather: how to deal with the spatial

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Amsterdam Marineterrein, Principebesluit Approved by the B&W

In 2018, the Dutch ministry of Defense is leaving the Marineterrein (Navy Yard) in Amsterdam. This means that 13 hectares of land will be released in the heart of the city. The idea of the stakeholder team (the Dutch government, municipality

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Space for the Economy of Tomorrow: 11 Stories

The economic department of the city of Amsterdam (EZ) has officially published ‘Ruimte voor de economie van morgen’ (Space for the Economy of Tomorrow). This policy document contains the spatial economic building blocks for the growth of the city, and

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Interviews for ‘MensenWerk’

In October 2016, SPcitI launched the research-by-design study ‘MensenWerk – The Future of Urban Living, Planning for the Unknown’, in collaboration with a group of stakeholder and experts. With this project, we want to start an initiative to study the spatial

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ISOCARP 2016 Article: The Future of Urban Living

During the 2016 52nd ISOCARP Congress in Durban, South Africa, Miranda Schut presented a paper entitled “The future of Urban Living: New Forms of Work – Planning for the Unknown in Amterdam”. The paper was part of the congress fourth

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