Stad × Ruimte: Cross-Section Thinking

Translated title of the contribution: City × Space: Cross-Section Thinking

M.G.A.D. Harteveld, R. Cavallo (Other), J.A. Kuijper (Other), A.M.R. van der Meij (Other), S. Steenbruggen (Other), V. Muñoz Sanz (Other), R.J. van der Veen (Other), J.J. de Boer (Other), T.A. Dillon Peynado (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibitionScientific


How can the integral and multifunctional use of public space, subsurface, and buildings—within a densified urban environment—create space and value that contribute to an attractive and future-proof living environment?

International interdisciplinary students from Delft University of Technology have outlined various design solutions by tackling this question. Manifest in all cases are the spatial bottlenecks on the level of public space. The hybridization of the urban and architectural program requires a cross-section thinking. The six real-life cases the students studied on are the result of a Flemish-Dutch collaboration of the project Stad × Ruimte: Leuven, Amsterdam, Oostende, Maastricht, Mechelen en Rotterdam.
Translated title of the contributionCity × Space: Cross-Section Thinking
Original languageDutch
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2021
EventSubterra: New roots for underground urbanism - Arcam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 1 Oct 20216 Feb 2022


  • urban design
  • architecture
  • subsurface
  • cross-section
  • Underground
  • multidisciplinary


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