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BeursPARK

The existing structure of the city of Bruges and its historical structure shows that large public buildings have an openness and interaction towards the urban landscape. Not everywhere as strong but still it provides an urban fabric that connects neighborhoods to each other. These elements […]

Forest Tower

Forest Tower

What can a financially under-achieving country estate gain from building an observation tower and a connecting tunnel under the road that splits the park in two? Will it attract the desired 50,000 visitors per year with the associated income, and will this extra income be […]

Culture Cluster

Cultural Cluster

The destruction caused by the fireworks explosion of May 13th 2000 resulted in a number of Enschede’s industrial monuments becoming so badly damaged, that evidence of the city’s textile history suddenly became scarce. Meanwhile, cultural institutions such as the Textile Museum, the Natural Museum and […]