Architecture & Urban Design—Amsterdam and Boston: MSc 2 Elective Design Studio AR0067 Spring 2018–2019

R. Cavallo (Editor), M.G.A.D. Harteveld (Editor), J.A. Kuijper (Editor), S.S. Hoogkamer (Editor)

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Abstract

At TU Delft, in the interdisciplinary MSc II Design Studio Architecture & Urban Design, students of the master tracks Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape Architecture of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment work closely together. The integrative approach of this graduate course setting allows the students to examine urban space as architectural space and architectural space as urban space. Through an experimental design method, developed during the 2018 national research project Stad van de Toekomst,1 the studio is founded on the interest in the intervention in the built environment and its immediate effect on architecture and urban design. The global framework of the Stad van de Toekomst project is directly projected on Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station and Boston South Station areas, compressed and applied to this ten-week graduate course. Taken from a wider angle, the project is motivated by urgent social as well as local tasks in the urban areas, varying from housing demand, social inclusiveness, new economy, climate adaptation, and the like, taking into account the transitions in energy, mobility, circularity, and digitization. This echoes through in the central question of the Stad van de Toekomst project: How can we design and develop a transformation area in an integral way into an attractive and future-proof urban environment? In addition particularly, the project is motivated by the major system transitions impacting on societal tasks effectively desiring progressive urbanization in the first place.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDelft
PublisherTU Delft Open
Number of pages213
ISBN (Print)978-94-6366-291-8
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • architecture
  • urban design
  • Amsterdam
  • Boston
  • design studio
  • infrastructure
  • mobility
  • landscape architecture
  • public space
  • hybridization

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    Cavallo, R., Harteveld, M. G. A. D. & Kuijper, J. A., 2020, Architecture & Urban Design—Amsterdam and Boston: MSc 2 Elective Design Studio AR0067 Spring 2018–2019. Cavallo, R., Harteveld, M., Kuijper, J. & Hoogkamer, S. (eds.). TU Delft Open, p. 8-11 4 p.

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