Kates column

Als een van 3 deelnemers van het Ruimtelijk Traineeship Rotterdam II (PEP) ervaar ik in twee jaar de praktijk vanuit zowel grote als kleine bureaus. Erg leuk, omdat ik het belangrijk vind om een breed begrip van het vak en verstand vanuit verschillende perspectieven te hebben en om goed om [...]

December 19th, 2019|

We won the Bentwijck tender!

Our urban and landscape design for the new district Bentwijck was the basis for the winning tender. We worked together with Van Wijnen. It's a neighbourhood with 200 houses and an elementary school. The council of Alphen aan den Rijn and Van Wijnen have [...]

June 30th, 2020|

Successful information evening Ringers area

In January we organized an information evening for residents and interested parties of the Ringers quarter. Urbis presented the urban design together with BPD and the local council. Questions were asked and new ideas were given. The Ringers quarter project is the redevelopment of the terrains around the historical chocolate factory monument Ringers. The location will be transformed into an attractive urban living environment and will become the link between the historical city centre and the new 'Overstad' location.

February 1st, 2020|

Getting started in Utrechts Kanaleneiland-Transwijk

We are excited to participate with the local council of Utrecht and the housing corporations Bo-Ex, Mitros and Portaal, in their efforts to make an environmental vision for the Kanaleneiland-Transwijk district. We map out the district and we are the sounding board for all parties involved. We contribute with our expertise and knowledge of urban design. We aim to provide a long term vision for the living environment of the area. We focus on urban living, sustainability and energy transition, mobility, accessability and climate adaptation.

October 29th, 2019|

Team Urbis visits Flanders

In september we visited Flanders with the entire Urbis team, where we saw some very interesting inner city restructuring sites. In Gent we visited cultural centre ‘Krook’, in Leuven the redevelopment site ‘Vaartkom’ and we wandered around the embankments in Antwerp. We also walked through the beautiful car-free zone of the former Militar Hospital grounds, a green oasis in the inner city of Antwerp. Completely inspired we returned to our Rotterdam office to continue our work on national and international projects. Want to know more? Contact us anytime!

October 2nd, 2019|

Completion of Scheveningen Harbour

The first blocks of the Scheveningen Harbour are completed and inhabited! From the sky we made some awsome pictures in which you can see the appartments and inner courts. Urbis is responsible for the urban design, spacial quality document and the quality control by means of the Q-team, together with the local council of The Hague.

April 11th, 2019|

Bijlmerexpositie geopend!

Op vrijdag 16 november is in het Bijlmermuseum in Amsterdam een expositie geopend. Hier is te zien hoe de Bijlmer is ontstaan en hoe deze zich in de loop der jaren heeft ontwikkeld. Donald Lambert heeft, met een presentatie over het werk dat Urbis gedaan heeft voor de Bijlmer, de [...]

December 18th, 2018|
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