Constructed Natures | One-day Symposium and Workshop

Delta Urbanism Interdisciplinary Research Programme Presents: Constructed Natures One-day symposium and workshop on extreme ecologies and its design space 05th April 2019 Workshop (EMU European Post-Master in Urbanism, under invitation) 09:00 – 12:30 Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment, TU Delft Berlagezaal 2 convened… Read More

New Netherlands—Extreme Ecologies

On Thursday February 7, 2019 Geert van der Meulen, Researcher at Delta Urbanism, presented his graduation project called ‘New Netherlands’, projecting the spatial outcome of extreme sea level rise in the country, to Cora van Nieuwenhuizen (Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management) with the aim of inspiring… Read More

Recent PhD Defenses – Delta Urbanism

We are very much glad to share the accomplishment of three PhD Thesis successfully defended in the past months. Warmest congratulations to our dear Doctors Yuting Tai, Veronica Zagare, and Anne Loes Nillesen!   Dr.ir. Yuting Tai PhD thesis: ‘Changing Values on Water in Delta Cities. The… Read More

NEXT-EXTREMES: Constructed Natures

New Research Project: NEXT-EXTREMES: Constructed Natures Beyond the limits of the city—cultivating territories as a counteract to extreme weather and environmental loss  Starting from a reconceptualization of the field of infrastructure and environment in planning, engineering and design, NEXT-EXTREMES aims at developing a new set… Read More

Book Launch: IJsselmeer: a spatial perspective

IJsselmeer: a spatial perspective Autor: Frits Palmboom Vormgever: Piet Gerards Publisher: Vantilt IJsselmeer: a spatial perspective looks at the area from various angles: geomorphology, history, planning and the economy. The book studies spatial features, presents design proposals for the future, and at the same time considers the… Read More