Lezin­gen

Boek een lezing over archi­tec­tuur en ste­den­bouw in Neder­land, gehou­den door vak­jour­na­list Anne­ke Bokern, archi­tect en docent Paul Vlok of een archi­tect uit het architour team!

 

Lezin­gen kun­nen los of als onder­deel van een tour geboekt wor­den en zijn in het Neder­lands, Engels en Duits beschik­baar. Ze duren ca. 45 minu­ten, gevolgd door 15 minu­ten Q&A.

 

Ook onli­ne lezin­gen via Zoom zijn moge­lijk.

Rea­dy-to-Book Talks

Inlei­den­de pre­sen­ta­tie over ste­de­lij­ke ont­wik­ke­ling en actu­e­le onder­wer­pen – zie bene­den

Lezin­gen op maat

Lezin­gen vol­gens uw brie­fing, gehou­den door een architour-part­ner of een gespe­ci­a­li­seer­de archi­tect uit ons team

Lezin­gen door exter­ne experts

Pre­sen­ta­ties door b.v. plan­no­lo­gen, archi­tec­ten, inge­ni­eurs of ver­te­gen­woor­di­gers van gemeen­tes

Talk 1: Built on Sand

In this lec­tu­re we tell you about water mana­ge­ment and lands­ca­pe devel­op­ment through the cen­tu­ries, about foun­da­ti­on tech­ni­ques and the par­ti­cu­lar chal­len­ges and oppor­tu­ni­ties of buil­ding in Hol­land.
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Talk 2: Amsterdam – City on the IJ

This lec­tu­re is an intro­duc­ti­on to the urban his­to­ry of Amsterdam. Find out about the cre­a­ti­on of the famous canal area, but also about recent pro­jects, e.g. the rede­vel­op­ment of the sho­re­li­ne and the plan­ning of the very first highri­se dis­trict.
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Talk 3: Rotterdam – Modern Har­bour City

We’ll tell you about the urban his­to­ry of Rotterdam, inclu­ding its ori­gins, the recon­struc­ti­on peri­od after the war and cur­rent topics, such as the trans­for­ma­ti­on of for­mer har­bour are­as and the chal­len­ges of gen­tri­fi­ca­ti­on.
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Talks 4: Sustai­na­ble Rotterdam

Rotterdam has to cope with a lot of chal­len­ges rela­ted to cli­ma­te chan­ge. Inno­va­ti­ve, prag­ma­tic and sim­ple solu­ti­ons are being tested in the city. Find out about the Dut­ch appro­ach to sustai­na­bi­li­ty.
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Talk 5: Affor­da­ble Hou­sing in the Nether­lands

The Nether­lands have a long tra­di­ti­on of soci­al hou­sing and the hig­hest soci­al hou­sing per­cen­ta­ge in Euro­pe. We’ll inform you about the his­to­ry of the sys­tem and cur­rent chal­len­ges, such as segre­ga­ti­on and gen­tri­fi­ca­ti­on.
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Your health is our top priority! Our tours take place in the open air, with 1,50 metre safety distance between participants and max. 15 participants per guide. A user-friendly and hygienic audioguide system is available and can be used with your own headphones.