New: Transitional Territories Studio 2018-2019 North Sea

“I am most touched by those places where damage and grace are inextricably entangled.” Frank Gohlke, Thoughts on Landscape Transitional Territories Studio 2018-2019 North Sea: Landscapes of Coexistence. Altered Natures and the Architecture of Extremes In collaboration with MVI North Sea Energy Lab – Ministry… Read More

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!  To new/ renewed modes of being and thinking in 2018. “What does it mean, then, when something stable and continuous ceases to be so? What does it mean when the unfolding of a dynamical process suddenly shifts into a new mode (…)?”… Read More

Territory as a Project – the day in Pictures

Territory as a Project One-day Symposium and Exhibition on Extreme Ecologies, Infrastructure, and Forms of Life. December 11, 2017 The symposium was organised by the (D-i) Delta Interventions Graduation Studio 2017-2018 — North Sea: Landscapes of Coexistence as part of Delta Urbanism Interdisciplinary Research Programme /… Read More

Landscapes in Transition – International Seminar TUDelft & MIT

Delta Interventions – Interdisciplinary Graduation Studio 2017-2018 Delta Urbanism Research Program Seminar: Landscapes in Transition 06th October 2017 16:30 – 18:30 Berlage 1, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Design Studios Talk organised by Delta Urbanism/ Delta Interventions Studio, TUD North Sea: Landscapes of Coexistence Taneha Bacchin,… Read More

Award Ceremony Archiprix 2017

            Our D-i 2015-2016 graduate ir. Laura Langridge, honourable mention Archiprix 2017 with her project: Ivalo River Sandbanks.  On the banks of the Ivalo River in Finland, 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, time is marked by a unique ritual of… Read More

Book Launch: The state of the delta.

Hydraulic engineering, urban development and nation building in the Netherlands Author: Han Meyer Graphic Designer: Piet Gerards Ontwerpers Publisher: Vantilt All over the planet, urban growth is taking place in delta and coastal areas. To what extent can the Dutch experience serve as a model for other urbanised… Read More