2011

 

 2011

 
NHL University of Applied Sciences, circle IV
   “Living on Water” The Netherlands are famous for its house boats. Floating houses are nothing new, but they are in higher demand and increasingly popular.
Keeping the effects of climate change in mind it seems to become more important to develop this type of housing. How can this be done? Which possibilities and opportunities do we have?
    IUT de Bethune, circle II
   “Bethune Railway Station” Reconsruction of the area around the Railway Station in Bethune. The impact the new tramline Between Bruay and Bethune on the city of Bethune.The management of the new public transport (Bethune has approx. 300.000 inhabitants)Outcomes of the Kyoto and Grenelle climate conferences (CO2 emission, sustainable energy, use of electric cars, bicycles). Development of new activities (offices, hotels, shops, cinema, other)
    Università degli studi dell’Aquila, circle III
   “Man and Nature” Rehabilitation of public spaces in Gagliano Aterno. Re-design the public spaces and their elements, connect the spaces; improve daily use, for example with weekly markets; enhance tourist functions, for example exhibitions, or temporary stuctures such as info-points or rent-bicycles. Change the use of these space also means solving the problem of vehicle parking, which is particular an issue during the holidays, and re-organise modalities of town access
    NHL University of Applied Sciences Leeuwarden, circle I
   “Young People and Old Churches” Development of utilization scenarios for rehabilitation of churches. Analysis of site (space& possibilities) Transformations and realisation (utilization scenarios); Presentation and competition (model & presentation)