An overview of all Urhahn projects
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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.
Urhahn has drawn up a structure plan for the West-Friesland region. This ambitious project involves regional parties and local people in safeguarding the future of West-Friesland.
Over one thousand Facebook reactions, numerous conversations with residents, members of the business community and visitors to the city centre during the City Centre Labs, and intensive collaboration with the municipality, have all helped shape this vision.
Development plan and strategy for Hoofddorp Central is attractive and provides guidance for initiators.
A former city centre zoo will be turned into a city park with space for initiatives. Urhahn made the inspirational development framework.
How can urban environments contribute to greater interaction, and hence to greater innovation? Urhahn offers its vision of the development of urban interaction environments for knowledge workers, within the Spatial Economic Development Strategy (REOS).
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.
A complex strategy presented in a comprehensible manner
Monitor of space intensification North Sea Canal Area offers the solution
Towards a shared vision for the Amersfoortsestraatweg
Assessment and realization strategy for employment areas in West-Friesland
Municipality of Stede Broec aims to further develop the Streekhof, a large regional shopping mall in a small town, into a sustainable, attractive town centre.
Airbase Valkenburg Katwijk transforms to sustainable residential district
Future of a modernistic city centre in a shrinkinkage area
Once a Philips factory behind a fence, now an employment area in the city. What is the future? In workshops with stakeholders Urhahn developed a sustainable area development strategy for Strijp T.
Urhahn advises Amstelveen with a vision to strengthen the connections between the adjacent districts and the city center and improving the public spaces in and around the center.
In five workshops Urhahn has examined how adaptive our cities and villages are considering major weather extremes.
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.
How to improve the quality of the Binckhorst Northwest in The Hague in an organic development process?
How can the barrier of the A9 through Amstelveen be integrated in the urban area in an affordable way, and at the same time offer an advantage for the development of the city centre?
How can the divergent interests alongside the North Sea Canal area come together? Urhahn creates the vision for 2040 in which the area of tension between urbanization, increase of employment and conservation of regional qualities are drawn together.
Arnhem has searched for years for a feasible way to connect the city centre and the river Rhine, in the area around the Nieuwstraat. The urban design and the development strategy by Urhahn give shape to this ambition.
How can the design and the programming of the water strengthen the property development around the harbour basins and vice versa?
Urban renewal plan for a disadvantaged neighbourhood that empowers the residents to develop themselves: Barry Farm Washington (DC, USA)
Research on obstacles and opportunities for organic urban redevelopment
Technical knowledge of the Netherlands is combined with local knowledge from Mexico in the urban design for a new bridge, a park and traffic flow: Puente IV Centenario, Oaxaca de Juárez (MEX).
In search of the most optimal match between supply and demand for reuse of industrial buildings
An integrated approach to water, traffic, nature, economy, urban development and civic participation makes Urhahn's vision for improving river Atoyac in Oaxaca (MEX) more than just a spatial design.
The era of large-scale urban planning is over. With the book ‘The Spontaneous City’ Urhahn heralds another practice.
With the development of a former textile factory, the town centre of Almelo suddenly increases with 22 hectares. Urhahn made the development plan for Indië terrain.
Master Plan Wellesley Road and Park Lane Croydon London (UK): from mono functional business district to a livable, mixed use district
Vision, design and realisation of various projects in Shenyang (CN)
Development plan and public space design Oude Tolweg, Zuidlaren, Tynaarlo
Two intensification studies for Town Centres in London (UK)
Urban renewal plan and detailed Urban design plans for Kolenkit neighbourhood Amsterdam
Working on residential environments
A research on urban design and commissionership
Typological tool for quality in urban planning
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