Building for well-being research project kicks off!

Building for well-being research project kicks off!

March 15, 2022 Creating an Attractive Residential Environment in Densely Populated Cities How can we promote urbanites’ well-being at the same time as tackling the housing crisis? The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) is researching this question using...
Sensing Streetscapes genomineerd voor RAAK-Award 2021

Sensing Streetscapes genomineerd voor RAAK-Award 2021

Co-researching emerging technologies for enhancing urban design NOVEMBER 25, 2021, 10:30 – 16:00 (CET), SIA-congres 2021. Hilversum Nieuwbouw moet vaak binnenstedelijk en daardoor in extreme dichtheden en hoogbouw gerealiseerd worden, waardoor de menselijke maat in...
AI Tool Developed by AUAS Inspires Architects and Urban Planners

AI Tool Developed by AUAS Inspires Architects and Urban Planners

The AI tool traces high-density urban locations, making it easier to find appropriate reference locations Sunday, 15 August 2021 The Netherlands intends to build one million new dwellings over the next few years. Most of these will be built within the existing urban...
High Rise Needs a Human Scale Now That Cities are Densifying

High Rise Needs a Human Scale Now That Cities are Densifying

The Sensing Streetscapes research project team shares the final results and goes on an excursion to four cities with design solutions at the eye level The popularity of the city continues unremittingly, and this can be seen in contemporary building projects: they get...