NEWS

    07-12-2019

    Schepenstraat in the Yearbook Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning 2019

    29-11-2019

    Stadslab Special – Park Maashaven

    12-10-2019

    AFFR – Debate over Rotterdam South

    RECENT PROJECTS

    The design for the entrance hall is based on the idea of a new core: a place to “catch your breath” or wait for a taxi or visitors. A place to have a chat with other residents. This way the hall is not only a transit place but also a meeting place.

    Entrance Lloydtower

    Architecture Interieur

    The Quaker Elevator gets a new meaning as an industrial heritage in the form of the “Silotel”. The stacking of container units in line with the industrial character and ensures unique views from each unit.

    Q-Elevator

    Architecture Re-Use

    Graaf van Portland is an approachable cafe-restaurant in the Buijtenland of Rhoon. A place where young and old can eat, drink and children can play. Graaf van Portland introduces visitors to the history of this place, the agricultural products and the nature reserve. A wonderful starting point to discover the area.

    Graaf van Portland

    Architecture Landscape

    The forest house Joppe is in the middle of a larch forest. The existing holiday home is extended with a new wing. This joins as a chameleon in its green environment. Through specific openings, the experience of the forest is intensified from inside out.

    Boshuis Joppe

    Architecture Landscape

    As an expert in placemaking and programming, Vitibuck was asked by Veldacademie to come up with a concept to make the District E centre development in Eindhoven a reality in the short term.

    Placemaking District E

    Research Placemaking

    Stadslab Maashaven is a living lab in Rotterdam South. In this part of the city about 180 nationalities live. Connecting these different inhabitants with each other, with entrepreneurs and city planners is the main focus of the living lab. An inclusive planning for an inclusive city is our goal.

    Stadslab Maashaven

    Research