Urhahn is a leading urban design office with 3 decades of experience in the profession. We are very passionate about transforming both city and landscape.
In support of openness, flexibility and surprise in urban design
Collaboration creates support in Amersfoort
Everyone seems to agree: mixed use areas contribute to liveable cities. But why is it so difficult to achieve a mix of functions in urban area developments and transformations? This dilemma intrigues us and forms the basis for our latest research.
Working on a more healthy, active Antwerp is a brave choice. It requires a strong policy with regard to car use, which does not always lead to popular measures. Then why do we want a more active friendly Antwerp?
Compass for the transformation into a mixed living and working area
Focus on organic transformation of an inner city area of employment
How 70,000 homes and 58,000 jobs find a place in an attractive mixed urban area between Amsterdam and Zaandam
Urhahn made the urban development plan for Weezenlanden Zwolle together with stakeholders and residents
Urhahn designs the most exercise-friendly and sustainable neighbourhood in the Netherlands
Lelystad defines strategic tasks as a prelude to the environmental vision (‘omgevingsvisie’).
The city center and the station area of Eindhoven will become ‘brainport-worthy’.
A lot has being spoken about healthy, active cities, but how do you make them? We show this in our new book! Now available.
Oostenburg is being developed into a mixed use area. The design by Urhahn investigates the balance between flexibility for future initiatives on one hand, and consistency and security on the other.
Four pillars provide a basis for economic progress: more jobs, more spending, more visitors and more businesses.
Development plan and strategy for Hoofddorp Central is attractive and provides guidance for initiators.
The practice of urban area development has changed considerably in recent years. Area development today calls for flexibility. Urhahn researched the practice and concluded that there is plenty of experimentation with new strategies.
Urhahn takes ideas of future tenants seriously and works it out with their own expertise to an urban plan and design for the public space.