Almere, located just 15 kilometers outside of Amsterdam, is considered one of the most successful new towns in Europe. The city was founded in 1977 and already counts almost 200,000 inhabitants.
In the 1980s, a suburban sprawl arose on the freshly reclaimed Flevopolder. 20 years later, OMA implanted a city centre. Today, the city opts for bottom-up processes and lots of room for private initiatives.
Let us show you the fastest growing and most experimental new town in the Netherlands!