Urbis advices across the full spectrum of the urban landscape and political discipline, at different scales. We mainly focus on the sustainable future task, restructuring of the urban area. Linked to this, we design urban outdoor spaces and parks.
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!
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.
The Water Authority of 'Schieland en de Krimpenerwaard' is excited about the regional agenda advise that Urbis developed for them. These dynamic instruments combine water safety, climate adaptive living areas, subsidence and water quality to the strategic developments in the region.
On Friday November 16th an exhibition opened in the Bijlmer museum in Amsterdam. In this exhibition you can see how the Bijlmer district was created and how it developed through the years. Donald Lambert presented the work that Urbis did for the Bijlmer re-development.