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PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA

WHAT DOES STEENHUISMEURS DO?


We are happy to share our acquired knowledge with others. We convey our passion for cultural heritage, our projects and fields of research to a wide range of organisations: from professionals to historical associations and resident groups. We give presentations and lectures, write articles, participate in inspiration events, symposia and film productions, and let our voice be heard via interviews and social media. Books written by us are published regularly, usually in collaboration with nai10 publishers. The studies we refer to in publications are either commissioned or self-initiated.




PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA

WHAT DOES STEENHUISMEURS DO?


We are happy to share our acquired knowledge with others. We convey our passion for cultural heritage, our projects and fields of research to a wide range of organisations: from professionals to historical associations and resident groups. We give presentations and lectures, write articles, participate in inspiration events, symposia and film productions, and let our voice be heard via interviews and social media. Books written by us are published regularly, usually in collaboration with nai10 publishers. The studies we refer to in publications are either commissioned or self-initiated.

BOOK, EXH EN FILM: REUSE, REDEVELOP AND DESIGN: HOW THE DUTCH DEAL WITH HERITAGE

BOOK, EXH EN FILM: REUSE, REDEVELOP AND DESIGN: HOW THE DUTCH DEAL WITH HERITAGE (2016-2021)

Paul Meurs EN Marinke Steenhuis
met bijdragen van: Paul Meurs, Marinke Steenhuis, Jean-Paul Corten, Sander Gelinck en Frank Strolenberg
ontwerp: Beukers Scholma
uitgever: nai010 publishers, Rotterdam
opdrachtgever: Cultural Heritage Agency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

As regards the exhibition on adaptive reuse in the Netherlands which we made on behalf of RCE, Portuguese, English, Russian and Japanese versions are travelling around the world. A documentary was made to go with the exhibition in Russia. The accompanying book dating from 2017 contains four essays on the Dutch approach to adaptive reuse of cultural heritage, as well as 20 examples of projects. The second edition of the book was published in 2020, with an update of three recent projects. A special feature of Dutch heritage policy is the emphasis on social relevance, use and integral spatial quality. This leads to an approach where developers and heritage parties know what to expect from each other and all kinds of creative ways to find new uses for heritage are being developed – in public-private partnerships, ingenious financing constructions, design solutions and combining functions. Examples of projects from the book include Villa Augustus in Dordrecht, Burgerweeshuis in Amsterdam, LocHal in Tilburg, Strijp R and Strijp S in Eindhoven and Fundaco dei Tedeski in Venice.

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THE HAGUE CID IN URBAN DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE YEARBOOK

THE HAGUE CID IN URBAN DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE YEARBOOK (2021) 

Our cultural heritage analysis of the Central Innovation District in The Hague was included in the Urban Design and Landscape Architecture Yearbook 2021.


Martine Bakker: ‘A solid cultural heritage study reveals the architectural history of the station area in The Hague’, Cultural Heritage Analysis Central Innovation District The Hague by SteenhuisMeurs in the Urban Design and Landscape Architecture in the Netherlands Yearbook (2021), p. 44-47



ARTICLE ON STEENHUISMEURS’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE REAL ESTATE STRATEGY OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF ROTTERDAM

ARTICLE ON STEENHUISMEURS’ INVOLVEMENT IN THE REAL ESTATE STRATEGY OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF ROTTERDAM (2021)

Teun van den Ende, ‘Why the municipality has frequently been selling its real estate to investors – and alternatives for how this can be done’, Vers Beton 20 December 2021


INTERVIEW IN STIJL LAWYERS NEWSLETTER

INTERVIEW IN STIJL LAWYERS NEWSLETTER (2021)

Maaike Staffhorst: ‘Marinke Steenhuis. Vision of the expert. Our landscape is going to change’ Stijl Lawyers newsletter, 5 December 2021

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LECTURE ON THE GREEN HEART TOURISM DAY

LECTURE ON THE GREEN HEART TOURISM DAY (2021)

Marinke talked about the Green Heart narrative and the opportunities for tourism at De Boerinn in Kamerik, a farm converted into an online studio.

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INTERVIEW ON THE NARRATIVE APPROACH IN PUBLICATION BY LYSIAS ADVIES

INTERVIEW ON THE NARRATIVE APPROACH IN PUBLICATION BY LYSIAS ADVIES (2021)

Interview with Marinke Steenhuis in : M. Sturm et al, Not another study. Study with an impact in the public domain, publication Lysias Advies (2021).


INTERVIEW ON THE CHARACTER OF THE GRONINGEN LANDSCAPE

INTERVIEW ON THE CHARACTER OF THE GRONINGEN LANDSCAPE (2021)

Chris Zwart and Clemens Gielingh, ‘Character in a fix’ episode 3, on the beauty of the Groningen landscape, website GRAS, October 2021

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KEYNOTE TALK NATIONAL MONUMENTS CONGRESS

KEYNOTE TALK NATIONAL MONUMENTS CONGRESS (2021)

Commissioned by Nederland Monumentenland

At the National Monuments Congress of 11 November 2021, Marinke held a keynote talk on the red-green heritage: ensembles and landscapes where buildings and green values go hand in hand. Via Oosterpark, Artis and the Amsterdam Hortus, she made the leap to the Green Heart and the range of assignments awaiting a synthesis there. Prior to the congress, she gave an interview: Floor van den Elsen: ‘The question is not whether the Dutch landscape is going to change, but how.’ Interview for the National Monuments Congress 2021

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DOCUMENTARY: THE LOST LAND OF HOBOKEN

DOCUMENTARY: THE LOST LAND OF HOBOKEN (2021)

Our cultural heritage assessment study in respect of the Land of Hoboken in Rotterdam (2008) was partly the basis for this two-part documentary by BuroB / POI Creatives, which appeared in September 2021. A century ago, the Land of Hoboken was an open space in the city, that has since developed into a dynamic central area with schools, museums, a hospital and a university of applied sciences. In the film, Paul talks about the miraculous development of the area and the question of whether and how this history could be deployed to enhance the future spatial quality and the special character of the Land of Hoboken.

Part 1, The lost Land of Hoboken. The city advances.

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Part 2, The lost Land of Hoboken. The city takes over.

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SPONGELAND. JOURNEY THROUGH THE LANDSCAPE OF THE FUTURE

SPONGELAND. JOURNEY THROUGH THE LANDSCAPE OF THE FUTURE (2021)

Essay by Marinke Steenhuis  
Commissioned by Groninger Architectuur Stichting (GRAS)

In the publication Spongeland – journey through the landscape of the future, eight design offices went in search of climate adaptive solutions for the soil in Groningen. Marinke wrote an introductory essay, in which she describes the four flanks around the city of Groningen on the basis of their occupation patterns, mentality and long economic relationship with ‘the city’. She puts the changed conceptual presence of the surrounding countryside on the agenda, and analyses the toxic mechanisms that prevent the North from reinventing itself as a settlement area. She draws lessons from previous studies, gives direction to a new self-awareness, and advocates a renewed definition of the reciprocity between the city and the countryside.


THE STORY OF THE SCHIE IN NINE EPISODES

THE STORY OF THE SCHIE IN NINE EPISODES (2021)

On behalf of Natuurmonumenten (Dutch Society for Nature Conservation) we made a booklet about the storylines along the river Delfshavense Schie for the Administrative Landscape Table, concerning the Provincial Landscape of Midden-Delfland. Marinke presented this story to the administrative table during a boat trip and a visit to the Tempel estate in September 2021.

FIVE FILMS ACCOMPANYING THE GREEN HEART LANDSCAPE BIOGRAPHY

FIVE FILMS ACCOMPANYING THE GREEN HEART LANDSCAPE BIOGRAPHY (2021)

The landscape biography functions as a foundation for the complicated considerations – in five online films, the area stories are told and the value chart is explained.

Overarching story about the entire Green Heart (Marinke Steenhuis)

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Narrative about the Heart of the Green Heart (Marinke Steenhuis)

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Narrative about the ‘waarden’ (river islands): Alblasserwaard, Lopikerwaard, Krimpenerwaard, Vijfherenlanden (Marinke Steenhuis)

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Narrative about the Vecht region (Marinke Steenhuis)

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An explanation of the value chart of the Green Heart (Paul Meurs)

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PODCAST GREENERY IN THE CITY #1 TUINDORP VREEWIJK ROTTERDAM

PODCAST GREENERY IN THE CITY #1 TUINDORP VREEWIJK ROTTERDAM (2021)


With the National Collection for Dutch Architecture and Urban Planning as a starting point, theatre and radio maker Naomi Steijger visits the neighbourhood to talk to designers, archive experts and residents/users of the greenery in the garden village of Vreewijk. Marinke talks about the design concept behind Tuindorp Vreewijk in Rotterdam South, where no fewer than 5000 single-family homes with their own garden were built according to an ingenious urban and landscape design.

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FILMED NARRATIVE ON THE POSITIONING OF THE CITY OF GORINCHEM

FILMED NARRATIVE ON THE POSITIONING OF THE CITY OF GORINCHEM (2021)

Commissioned by the Municipal Executive of the municipality of Gorinchem 

Now that working from home is offering new opportunities, the Randstad area is expanding mentally and physically. Cities such as Amersfoort and Gorinchem are within the sphere of influence of house seekers. What makes Gorinchem unique? Which values can be built upon, and what are the assignments? How can the gap between image (the image from the outside) and identity (the inner self-image) be reduced? And which past and present Gorinchem residents can serve as a mirror for the city’s assignments? A development history and critical interpretation of the Gorinchem ‘brand’.

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KEYNOTE TALK NATIONAL BUILDING DIALOGUE ON STATE AS STEWARD

KEYNOTE TALK NATIONAL BUILDING DIALOGUE ON STATE AS STEWARD (2021)

Commissioned by National Building Dialogue

Following the essay State as steward, written by Marinke for the Board of Government Advisors, she gave an updated lecture on the occasion of the National Building Dialogue 2021. About the key to good collaboration in area developments.

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PODCAST BUILDING ON VIRGIN LAND

PODCAST BUILDING ON VIRGIN LAND (2021)

Commissioned by Groninger Architectuur Stichting (GRAS)

Discussion about the urbanisation assignment on the east side of Groningen, with Marinke Steenhuis (SteenhuisMeurs), Reimar von Meding (KAW architecten) and Peter Veenstra (LOLA landscape). Following our cultural heritage research Meerdorpen (2020).

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ESSAY: NOTHING IS AS SUSTAINABLE AS A MONUMENT

ESSAY: NOTHING IS AS SUSTAINABLE AS A MONUMENT (2021)

Commissioned by the National Renovation Platform (NRP), Paul wrote an essay on heritage and sustainability. The essay was written from the thought-provoking stance that we have a lot to learn from heritage in making existing real estate future-proof. After all, heritage has per definition gone through a great number of transitions. The essay was based on a series of interviews with practitioners and academics. The presentation took place during a talk show in De Balie in Amsterdam in which, in addition to Paul, Susan Lammers (director RCE), Wessel de Jonge (professor Delft TU) and Charlotte Uiterwaal (MeyerBergman Erfgoed Groep) took part.

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HET RIJK ALS RENTMEESTER (2020)

HET RIJK ALS RENTMEESTER (2020)

Marinke Steenhuis 
commissioned by: Board of Government Advisors (Floris Alkemade, Bernard Strootman and Daan Zandbelt) 
with the cooperation of: Jelte Boeijenga, Annet Kampinga, SteenhuisMeurs

An essay on the success factors of complex projects in a decentralised model of spatial planning
When it comes to realising large-scale interventions in our landscape, The Netherlands are internationally renowned for our organisational efficiency. An often mentioned example is the Delta Project. But since the realisation of this project, things have changed, both in government policies and in the organisation of the executive agencies. What is the impact of these changes? Commissioned by the Board of Government Advisors, Marinke wrote the essay ‘Het Rijk als Rentmeester’, studying the role of the national government in four successful projects that were executed in the past ten years. The projects she discusses are: train station Rotterdam Centraal, the reinforcement of coastal defences in Katwijk, the A2 tunnel in Maastricht and ‘Ruimte voor de Rivier’. What were the key factors that – apart from the spreadsheets – made these projects succesful and unique. Marinke shows that complex projects can also succeed in a decentralised model of spatial planning, with substantial roles for private sector organisations and in a diffuse political and policy landscape. The Board of Government Advisors incorporated the results in a letter of advice to the cabinet. You can read the essay or watch a short clip in which Marinke explains her findings through the links below (both in Dutch).

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CENTRAL INNOVATION DISTRICT THE HAGUE – CULTURAL HERITAGE VALUATION (2020)

CENTRAL INNOVATION DISTRICT THE HAGUE – CULTURAL HERITAGE VALUATION (2020)

development of cartography and visualization: SteenhuisMeurs, Vita Teunissen 
commissioned by: Central Government Real Estate Agency and the municipality of The Hague

Over the past centuries, the surroundings of railway station Den Haag Centraal have changed many times. Once again, the area faces significant intervention in the upcoming years. Commissioned by the municipality of The Hague and by the Central Government Real Estate Agency (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf), SteenhuisMeurs researched the historical development of this part of the city. We captured the many urban and architectural layers in a video, illustrating the increasing velocity of change in this area
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750 YEARS OF ROTTE

750 YEARS OF ROTTE (2020)

Commissioned by the 750 years Dam in De Rotte Foundation (Stichting 750 jaar Dam in de Rotte)

At the official opening of the 750 years Dam in De Rotte theme year, Marinke gave a lecture on the history of man and landscape along the river Rotte.

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FILM THE AMSTERDAM REGION – CHANGING LANDSCAPES THROUGH THE AGES

FILM THE AMSTERDAM REGION – CHANGING LANDSCAPES THROUGH THE AGES (2020)

Commissioned by the province of Noord-Holland, Amsterdam Metropolitan Region (2020)

(23 minuten)


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ADMINISTRATIVE ADVICE AND STRATEGIC NARRATIVE FOR THE MRA LANDSCAPE

ADMINISTRATIVE ADVICE AND STRATEGIC NARRATIVE FOR THE MRA LANDSCAPE (2019)

Marinke Steenhuis
development cartography and visualisation: ‘The MRA in time and space’: Berte Daan
commissioned by: MRA office, Action Programme Metropolitan Landscape

The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a collaboration of 31 municipalities and two provinces, focusing on the major challenges for the future such as housing, energy, infrastructure, water and food. Working on the landscape is a cultural task, which over the centuries has led to a phenomenal level of stratification in the wet MRA delta, bordered by the higher sandy soils of dunes and the Gooi area. Marinke was asked to advise the administrators on the course to be followed in respect of the MRA landscape, in view of the fact that the landscape is the place where all these tasks come together. The product is a strategic narrative, an analysis and interpretation of the historical development of the landscape as designed over the centuries. A strategic narrative provides recollection, comfort, insight and interpretation, so that future assignments can be viewed jointly instead of separately. The study made it clear that revenue models and accelerations of and in the landscape have shaped the MRA, as the MRA landscape represents a succession of soil cultivations and, consequently, earning capacity – ranging from fish and peat to villa districts and solar panel areas. And the accelerations, the innovations of tow barge and train, but also canals and the Housing Act, keep creating new earning models in the metropolitan region. Around Amsterdam, the landscape ‘specialises’, tailored to the needs of the city. In 2020 the narrative will be made into a film by Museum TV.

THE MRA IN TIME AND SPACE, VISUALISATION

THE MRA IN TIME AND SPACE, VISUALISATION (2019)


SteenhuisMeurs and Berte Daan
commissioned by: MRA office


A large number of archival maps through five centuries has been used to produce a visualisation of the development of the landscape of the MRA. Canals are dug, reclaimed lands pop up, entire polders arise in the Zuiderzee, and Schiphol Airport traverses the landscape with its own logic. The visualisation was used as the start of the eight thematic salons led by Marinke in 2019.

SCHIPHOL GROUNDBREAKING AIRPORT DESIGN 1967-1975 (2019)


SCHIPHOL
GROUNDBREAKING AIRPORT DESIGN 1967-1975 (2019)



Paul Meurs and Isabel van Lent

design: Beukers Scholma
publisher: nai010 publishers, Rotterdam
commissioned by: Schiphol Real Estate
also published in Dutch

The new Schiphol opened its doors in 1967. Everything had been thought out, from the runway system to the details of its interior and its now world-famous signage and lettering. The designers had carefully studied the latest developments in aviation and combined them uncompromisingly. They turned Schiphol into a textbook example of a modern airport. Schiphol is a well-oiled machine that flawlessly channels immense flows of people, planes and packages. Every effort is made to put travellers at ease and to provide them with an overview despite the hustle and bustle.

This book describes and represents how a large team of top designers once gave shape to this new Schiphol. Based on the cultural-historical research of SteenhuisMeurs, supplemented with a wealth of historical photographs, this is an intriguing introduction to the ideas behind Schiphol’s design – ideas that determine the atmosphere and quality of this airport to this day.

The soul of the city – Debate in Pakhuis de Zwijger

The soul of the city – Debate in Pakhuis de Zwijger (2019)

Hilde Blank (AM, BVR and city architect Leiden) organised a seminar about the soul of the city. How do you go about building a city, a district or a neighbourhood where everyone feels at home? And how can you ensure the desired diversity and individuality of cities? Not only what needs to be done, but also how it can be done is the central question. Speakers are: Felix Rottenberg, Marieke van Doorninck, Caroline Newton, Peter Heuvelink, Marinke Steenhuis, Daan Zandbelt and Hilde Blank.



DRENTHE HERITAGE LINES HERITAGE STORIES AS A STRATEGY FOR TOURISM (2018)

DRENTHE HERITAGE LINES
HERITAGE STORIES AS A STRATEGY FOR TOURISM
(2018)

Paul Meurs, Marinke Steenhuis, in cooperation with Annet Kampinga
photography: Sake Elzinga
design: Paulien Varkevisser, Nijmegen
commissioned by: Province of Drenthe (Marc Kocken, Marko Vuijk and Mauro Smit)

The province of Drenthe and the municipalities in Drenthe asked us to develop a ‘strategic narrative’, in which the story of the heritage (the ‘narrative’) is strategically deployed for recreation and tourism. In terms of leisure time economy, Drenthe is the leading province in the Netherlands. It is the ideal place for cycling, hiking, to practise other sports and to enjoy a great landscape. The heritage of Drenthe is not widely known, except for the megaliths of course. That is actually remarkable, since the beautiful landscape of Drenthe was created partly by human hands in the course of thousands of years. There are traces of that to be found in the sandy soil and in the peatlands, for example of prehistoric habitation, medieval farming communities, the pioneers of peat cultivation, and the paupers who came from all over the country to the Colonies of Benevolence in order to be re-educated. Every municipality in Drenthe boasts exceptional heritage, and as a whole this constitutes a historical treasure that is incomparable to what can be found in the rest of the country or even abroad. Each of the Drenthe heritage lines refers to the way in which man has created his place in Drenthe’s nature. That is why there is an introductory story about the nature and landscape of Drenthe, which offers the gateway to a different world. The heritage of Drenthe is described in six heritage lines, from prehistoric times to the post-war period. Each story has its destinations. But the heritage lines are forever in progress. Each story can have other stories added to it or be linked with other destinations. The heritage lines can be combined or further developed to make up a succession of other arrangements. Consequently, the stories become destinations.

THE EYE OF THE HURRICANE DEVELOPMENTS AND CHALLENGES FOR HISTORIC DELFSHAVEN (2018)

THE EYE OF THE HURRICANE
DEVELOPMENTS AND CHALLENGES FOR HISTORIC DELFSHAVEN (2018)

Marinke Steenhuis
directed by: BuroB, Perry Boomsluiter
camera: Eelco Romeyn
commissioned by: municipality of Rotterdam, Stadsmarinier Nieuwe Westen (city marine New West district)

Historic Delfshaven and Schans-Watergeus: there are few neighbouring districts in Rotterdam where contrasts appear to be as sharp as here. The way the neighbourhoods look, the people who live there, the challenges involved: they are like night and day. Together with local parties and residents, the municipality of Rotterdam wants to provide both neighbourhoods with a clear impetus and deal with the problems and challenges in a combined approach. In this film, Marinke Steenhuis outlines the development of historic Delfshaven and its immediate surroundings, and explains how this unique piece of Rotterdam was forced to keep reinventing itself in the course of time. Residents, entrepreneurs and visitors talk about the qualities and points for improvement regarding this part of Rotterdam.

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BEYOND THE DIKES HOW THE DUTCH WORK WITH WATER (2017)

BEYOND THE DIKES
HOW THE DUTCH WORK WITH WATER (2017)

Marinke Steenhuis and Paul Meurs (ed.)
with contributions from: Marinke Steenhuis, Paul Meurs and Annet Kampinga
photography: Tineke Dijkstra, Siebe Swart
design: Beukers Scholma
publisher: nai010 publishers, Rotterdam
commissioned by: Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (Jentse Hoekstra and Cees Poot)
also published in Dutch

There are few countries in the world where water determines the landscape and the national identity to such an extent as in the Netherlands. The vulnerable delta is forever on the drawing board in order to be adapted to the threat of the water. Currently, climate change is the reason for a next round of interventions. In that context, the classic battle against the water has changed into an approach using the water. For the very first time, the size of the Dutch water project and its results in the coastal and river landscape are visible. ’Beyond the Dikes. How the Dutch work with water’ illustrates this impressive operation. This book shows thirty interventions along the rivers and the coast – projects in which hydraulic engineering, cultural heritage, nature and human usage are gathered in unparalleled water landscapes that entice one to embark on a personal expedition.

ROTTERDAM SOUTH BANK FROM BOERENZIJ TO TESTING GROUND (2017) ​

ROTTERDAM SOUTH BANK
FROM BOERENZIJ TO TESTING GROUND (2017)

Marinke Steenhuis
compiled and directed by: BuroB, Perry Boomsluiter and Eelco Romeijn
commissioned by: municipality of Rotterdam, Conservation Department

In this film, Marinke Steenhuis tells the story of Rotterdam South Bank as a testing ground for social and spatial concepts. A story about the origins and the historical meaning in the present time, and consequently also a story about pride, identity and long-term sustainability of this part of the city. The film was made to share the insights from our six cultural heritage assessments of neighbourhoods in Rotterdam South Bank with residents and a larger audience. In addition to this overarching film, there are six separate neighbourhood films. In the meadows, a patchwork of neighbourhoods arose for the rapidly growing population. Tarwewijk, Bloemhof, Hillesluis and other districts served as a laboratory for experiments in the field of public housing and urban development. The level of ambition was high; the South Bank was to become a city with its own facilities and its own centre. In the decades to follow, Rotterdam South Bank expanded and was repeatedly faced with new challenges. Right up to the present, because even now, through the National Programme Rotterdam South Bank, much effort is being put into achieving social progress and physical innovations.

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​SIX FILMS ABOUT ROTTERDAM SOUTH BANK BLOEMHOF, HILLESLUIS, TARWEWIJK, CARNISSE, AFRIKAANDERWIJK AND OUD-CHARLOIS (2017-2019)

SIX FILMS ABOUT ROTTERDAM SOUTH BANK
BLOEMHOF, HILLESLUIS, TARWEWIJK, CARNISSE, AFRIKAANDERWIJK AND OUD-CHARLOIS (2017-2019)

SteenhuisMeurs, Johanna van Doorn and Lara Voerman
compiled and directed by: BuroB Perry Boomsluiter and Eelco Romeijn
commissioned by: municipality of Rotterdam, Conservation Department

More than a century ago, municipal housing organisations, port directors, newly founded corporations and private builders put a lot of enthusiasm into the creation of a new part of the city: Rotterdam South Bank. In the meadows, a patchwork of neighbourhoods arose for the rapidly growing population. Tarwewijk, Bloemhof, Hillesluis, Carnisse, Afrikaanderwijk and Oud-Charlois served as a laboratory for experiments in the field of public housing and urban development. The ambition was high; the South Bank was to become a city with its own facilities and its own centre. In the decades to follow, Rotterdam South Bank expanded and was repeatedly faced with new challenges. Right up to the present, because even now, through the National Programme Rotterdam South Bank, much effort is being put into achieving social progress and physical innovations. In these six neighbourhood films, Johanna van Doorn and Lara Voerman of SteenhuisMeurs highlight each of the six neighbourhoods.

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Watch the film about Hillesluis
Watch the film about Tarwewijk
Watch the film about Carnisse
Watch the film about Oud-Charlois
Watch the film about Afrikaanderwijk

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