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Temporary Design and Placemaking Rhônepark
Amsterdam's Sloterdijk district is on the eve of large-scale urban renewal. PUC is working on the preliminary design and programme of a temporary park in the area.
Revitalising Rural Regions: Shaping the First Town Deal
Commissioned by the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, PUC worked on the preparations for the first so-called Town Deal. This partnership aims to use innovative solutions to improve the housing market, level of facilities and business climate in regions facing population decline.
Placemaking in Amsterdam’s Transformation Area Amstel III
Since 2018, we have been bringing new energy to Amsterdam's largest urban transformation area under the name HOBU.
Building Homes Together: A Journey Through 90 Years of Dutch Housing Construction
Housing construction plays a central role in the great challenges facing the Netherlands. In partnership with WoningBouwersNL, we embarked on a journey spanning 90 years of history and looking ahead 90 years into the future.
Public spaces belong to all of us. In collaboration with RAUM Utrecht, we made a trend report brimming with good ideas for inspiring streets, squares and parks where everyone feels at home.
Elephant Paths: Paving the Way for a Human-Centered Public Space at Michigan State University
Public space designers on the new campus of Michigan State University intentionally allowed spontaneous elephant paths to emerge in order to create a pedestrian infrastructure that's much more logical and human-centered.
‘Super Neighbours’ Bring Village Feel to Paris Streets
According to Patrick Bernard, an urban neighbourhood doesn't have to be unfriendly or anonymous at all. Together with his fellow 'super neighbours', he aims to bring the conviviality of a village to the streets of Paris.
Why Shared Public Space Is More Important Than Ever
Until not so long ago, conceiving and creating public space seemed the exclusive domain of governments and designers. Nowadays, they must increasingly take into account citizens, who long for more control over their living environment. Why is this an important development?
Yoga in Kindergarten? Welcome to the Era of Hybrid Space
The function of future spaces will be as diverse as the people who use them. We’re entering an era where spaces can change function by the hour.