To find support for the project and to make a beautiful collective garden, a crowdfunding has been started for Hof van Cartesius:
There are articles on LINT's project Hof van Cartesius on NU.nl and on Architectenweb.
LINT and Ziegler Branderhorst have been selected, together with two other teams, to develop a masterplan for the former Dadipark in Dadizele Belgium. Results are expected February 2017.
Monocle published an article on the city of Utrecht and interviewed different companies within the city, including LINT. Read the full article here:
Read the article by Maurice Hengeveld on the project Hof van Cartesius, an example for the development of a circular city. Hof van Cartesius is an initiative and design by LINT landscape architecture and Charlotte Ernst.
AORTA Centre for Architecture has asked LINT to be part of a design team working on Stadseiland Utrecht. The team will develop plans for the area between Merwedekanaal and Amsterdam Rijnkanaal with a focus on a sustainable transformation. In Collaboration with Marco Broekman and HIK ontwerpers. Results are expected January 2017.
The project Urban lab Mexico City will be presented at Pakhuis de Zwijger, together with four other Urban Labs in Ghana, Myanmar, Palestine and Phillipines. In collaboration with Marco Broekman, Kristin Jensen and Jaap Klaarenbeek. Start at 20.00, make a reservation here:
The consortium of LINT landscape architecture, marco.broekman and Workshop architecten has been selected for the BPD competition “Proeftuin Erasmusveld” in The Hague. Out of 64 submissions, four teams were selected for the next phase. This phase involves developing a vision on the first phase of the plan into a ‘sketch design’.
LINT has presented the results of the project Hoeve de Waterkant in Belgium. The project is part of a design research 'Pilot projects Productieve Landschappen' from de Vlaams Bouwmeester. Within this research program 5 different pilot projects have been executed in the field of food production, city and landscape. For Hoeve de Waterkant the team proposes a spatial strategy in which production, water and nature are strongly related. In collaboration with Ziegler Branderhorst and Alterra Wageningen.
LINT is part of Living Lab Utrecht Smart and healthy City, a design research on the circular development of the west side of the station area in Utrecht. The project is conducted in collaboration with Marco Broekman Urbanism and is commissioned by the municipality of Utrecht, Ministeries of Infrastructure and the Environment and Economic Affairs and the Provence of Utrecht. Other selected teams are Urbanisten and Nieuwe Gracht.