A long needed update. We're presenting our latest urban application project this Fri / Sat during the Communication in the City
conference at the University of Leeds, UK. We're excited to see what the academics think of this! More on the project soon - watch this space.
We're proud to present our latest child: Bottom-up urbanism at its best: Do Not Plan, Play The City!
, an interview with Ekim Tan of Play the City!
Equipped with brand-new biz cards and lots of new contacts we continue the search for answers to the question: what to do with all the empty office spaces - a typology which usually doesn't work with easy conversions into residentials
. I'm discussing options and approaches in 'Design Thinking gone Architecture
We are very excited as our new business cards are finally send off to the printer! The waiting has begun...
My time as a correspondent for the Online Magazine Urban Times
is going well: 21 articles published so far, all of which have been received very well. I'm enjoying myself, and as the topics tend to circle around co-creation and collaboration
, I'm pleased to announce my involvement in a co-creation workshop
to kickstart a social project
in Amsterdam next week. More on this come soon.
While a wave of flu shakes the DScientific HQ we've been winding down a little and focus on our new identity. Stay tuned, it's going to be great. Until this is up, www.dscientific.com links to this very site, my individual portfolio.
Wishing everybody a Happy New Year! We're busy with the application of current projects for European conferences. Stay tuned, soon more at this spot!
Perfect timing with the Christmas season: My Pinterest board
for Philip's #PinYourCity
Contest won a runners up prize. It was also mentioned here by Mark Minkjan on City Breaths
My first articles are published on Urban Times: Towards a New Era of Production
as an introduction to the maker culture and my research on the Dutch tradition Sinterklaas & Zwarte Piet
Looks like I got shortlisted
for the Philips PinyourCity Contest
. Fingers crossed!
The outcome of the Venice Workshop: Local Code Venice
currently on display during the Architecture Biennale 2012 in the American Pavilion, exhibition 'Spontaneous Interventions
Exciting times: The workshop in Venice was amazing, more on this note here: Urban Panorama
Apart from this: DScientific is now an official company, registered with the Chamber of Commerce (KvK) of the Netherlands! There will be Champagne and cake tonight at our new HQ in Amsterdam's Brouwersgracht - more on the HQ in A Workspace with a View.
Back after the summer - we are looking forward to a workshop next week during the Architecture Biennale in Venice. The workshop is titled 'Local Code Venice
' and is run by Nicholas De Moncheaux, a Berkley professor, in collaboration with the American Pavilion.
Unfortunately it turns out that the KIEM project in collaboration with temp.architecture.urbanism was not what the city of Amsterdam was looking for - the jury report is available online (in
Dutch): PRIJSVRAAG TIJDELIJK GEBRUIK SLUISBUURT
. The winning concept proposes a Zeilwagenpark: to use the land for racing with kite buggies. We congratulate the winners and say: Make your own piece of Amsterdam! (there's is still a chance as Zeeburgereiland is much bigger than the tender area) to be continued...
Latest project in collaboration with temp.architecture.urbanism is online (in English): KIEM / TEMPLoT
. Make your own piece of Amsterdam!
What Design Can Do
is over! Latest project in collaboration with temp.architecture.urbanism is online: www.temparchitecture.nl/kiem
(all in Dutch though). Make your own piece of Amsterdam!
April is almost over - Queensday is approaching for the Dutchies! I'm very busy with the production of What Design Can Do
, and the latest project on the table. More about this soon. Exciting times!
Some 3D print projects are on the way, and I´ve started my role as a Assistant Producer for What Design Can Do
, an international Conference about the Impact of Design, 10 & 11 May 2012. Oh and, spring, here we come! The sun is shining ;)
The outcome of the workshop of Social Cities of Tomorrow
results in a project with temp.architecture
and more to develop a concept for temporary usage for the unused Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam. Stay up to date via Twitter
Finally updated the SOCIAL CONCEPT section and added my entry for the American Life At The Speed Of Rail (LASR) competition
An exciting collaboration is coming up with Kit Jilly Ding, an Hongkong based designer and illustrator. A new bag model with Jilly's designs is on its way...
Amazing new video online of my trip to Lebanon
> all available on EATIZENs youtube channel
A month of traveling has passed - four projects are in the making for the Launch of 3Dock.com
, some of them influenced by traveling and Middle Eastern culture since a trip to Beirut, Lebanon. Stay tuned!
New research is on: TEMPORARY MADE PERMANENT... Expect products, furniture and spacial stuff. More to see here soon!
Go global. Eat local. We're officially in BETA! Let me know and you'll get an invite!
I am happy to present: Eatizen.net
Go global. Eat local. A new network connecting global travellers and open minded locals online to meet offline. Mail me for an invite!
Proud to be one of the founders of 2084
! We're working around the themes of Design Space and Future using a unique fictional approach to design. More on www.2084studio.nl
Please check out my new blog project Urban Panorama
- Observations, notions, trends and developments in urban culture and space.
New project! Discovering beautiful Asia and its food... Soon more via www.eatizen.net
The exhibition "La partecipazione alle idee" in Bologna was a big success and will soon be repeated: Check >> here
for some pix and info.
Design Exhibition "La partecipazione alle idee" in Bologna, Italy (ISIA Urbino). >Click here for more info where & when<
We are invited to contribute in collaboration with Tom Tjon A Loi
to the design exhibition "La partecipazione alle idee" on Open Source Design in Bologna, Italy (ISIA Urbino). More info to follow...
We got one round further in the challenge for the Guinness Bring it to life Awards 2010
Working on a new / old / 'ongoing' research project:
HOW CAN CONTEMPORARY WORKING FIT INTO THE CONTEMPORARY CITY LIFE STYLE?