Find out more about the book we made about one of the world’s most innovative hotels
Since 2018, we have been bringing new energy to Amsterdam's largest urban transformation area under the name HOBU.
QO Amsterdam is one of the most pioneering hotels in the world. We were asked to turn the building inside out and pack all the stories into a beautiful book.
We launched a creative campaign for Rotterdam's Police Department to reduce store and street robberies to zero.
In collaboration with Unlocked, we explore the future of hybrid space and how the cultural sector and events industry can reap the benefits of this new urban frontier in the post-COVID city.
Starting with the conceptual design movement in the 1990s, Droog, the renowned Dutch Design Collective has shaped contemporary design practices through their modern, minimalistic and innovative products. In recent years, they've expanded their scope, now spearheading urban-related projects like Open House and Design and Desires, to explore the evolving roles of our communities. What is Droog co-founder Renny's take on all the drastic changes we witness in our neighbourhoods and cities?
How can cities encourage better use of roofs? We show four examples of creative policies from around the world that are bringing about positive change.
The newly-released Rooftop Catalogue by architects MVRDV highlights 130 ways to use rooftops in cities. The book provides an overview of innovative ideas aiming to inspire architects, citizens and building owners to take the next step.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo garnered international praise when she launched her plan for the 15-Minute City. In her wake, similar but different concepts sprang up around the world — from 1-Minute Cities to 1000-Minute Cities. We discuss a few of them.