Netherlands, Amsterdam


when 8 January 2018 - 12 January 2018
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 150

How can cities reuse their resources to provide for housing, public spaces and
urban qualities? How can planning reduce the environmental impact of urban
development? What type of policies and projects can we design in make urban
space more adaptive to energy, waste and water resources?

Course leader

Dr. Federico Savini - Prof. Zef Hemel

Course aim

The 2018 edition of the Studio will explore the impact and practice of the
principles of circularity in developing urban areas, housing, public space. Still
today, the idea of circularity is not yet addressed in the field of planning and urban
development. The Studio therefore engages with it in order to explore the
transformation of the urban fabrics, the changing spatial practices and modes of
governance that are underlying the shift to an idea of close-loop material flows
and circular economy. The format of the studio combines critical scholarship, policy
making and case study analysis in the context of Amsterdam Region. It is
organized around 4 topics.

Fee info

EUR 150: whole week
EUR 40: per day

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