11 september 2013
Recensie Time are changing. The climate is shifting and urban expansion continues unrelentingly. The Netherlands, with its polders, dikes and waterways, boasts a unique tradition in this regard. For cities alongside water, this has great consequences. It forces experiments, leading to innovative forms of housing and organizational principles. This book delves into these on-going challenges. How can we manage accessibility, routing, quality of public space and privacy - on the water? What new principles does amphibious urbanism bring into play?
By Anne Loes Nillesen, Jeroen Singelenberg