In our city of the future Haven-Stad Amsterdam, we put the city dweller and its needs at the center and advocate starting immediately working on all scales. Driven by technology we use a low-threshold digital platform as a mean. This platform works with feedbackloops that map out the different and changing needs of city dwellers, enabling the city to respond more quickly and efficiently. We plea for a robust and adaptive framework, within which there is room to move with new developments. Haven-Stad grows through feedback, and through its natural location into an archipelago of mini-cities with different environments.
The presentations of the analysis and future scenario’s research can be seen in the first video below. The second video shows the impact of our research model on the Haven-Stad location [Dutch] and the third video is the final presentation of our research.
Roy Plevier, Danny Edwards, Zsa Zsa Balian, Antonia Sore, Wim Derksen, Irene Ponec.
Visualizations by Grizli Studio.
BNA Research, TU Delft, Delta Metropolis Association, Amsterdam City Council, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, Ministry of domestic and Kingdom relations.
Research, Masterplan, 1.000.000 m², Haven-Stad, Amsterdam, Netherlands