Dialogue hydraulic engineering and spatial design

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Abstract

In practice, the disciplines of landscape architecture/urbanism and hydraulic engineering have become more specialized during the last decades, gradually growing apart. The gap between governance and ecology seems to have become even larger. This leads to discussions about who should take the lead in a design; and, if the design approach is not fully integrated, this can lead to sub-optimal systems. This could lead to less societal acceptance of the solution, as well as to inefficient use of financial resources. Recent initiatives at the Delft University of Technology aim to bridge this gap.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDelta Interventions
Subtitle of host publicationDesign and engineering in urban water landscapes
EditorsAnne Loes Nillesen, Baukje Kothuis, Han Meyer, Frits Palmboom
Place of PublicationDelft
Pages125-125
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • engineering design
  • spatial design
  • flood risk

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    Voorendt, M. (2016). Dialogue hydraulic engineering and spatial design. In A. L. Nillesen, B. Kothuis, H. Meyer, & F. Palmboom (Eds.), Delta Interventions: Design and engineering in urban water landscapes (pp. 125-125).