Article: Visual Water Biography _Translating Stories in Space and Time
Revealing stories (oral accounts) of water workers generate insights and understanding of forgotten aspects of the landscape. They hold information on how to engage with water in a more holistic way, strategies that might help in facing today's challenges. We developed the Visual Water Biography method to help professional dealing with water related issues gain insight in the interaction between people and water.
Out Now! SPOOL Journal #7_Circular Water Stories
The industrialisation and rationalisation of water management caused a change from communities of water workers - aware and knowledgeable about the importance of water as the source of life and shaper of the cultivated landscape - to passive users. Central to this Spool issue, Landscape Metropolis #7, are contributions that investigate traditional water systems as a source of inspiration for today's challenges.
Article: Thirsty Cities, Shared Water Heritage in the Small Island States of the Dutch Caribbean
The research Thirsty Cities: Shared Water Heritage in the Small Island States of the Dutch Caribbean was presented on The International LDE Heritage Conference 2019 on Heritage and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). My article investigates the typologies of vernacular and historical fresh watermanagement systems and their potential for water security.
Book: Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage
Springer has publish this publication open acces. I contributed a chapter on Thirsty Cities. Focusing on the development of freshwater supply in Dutch cities. Interestingly urban industries such as beer breweries, tanneries and textile bleachers pushed the development of water supply to a great extent and subsequently the formation of Dutch nature conservation areas of today.
In this book Inge Bobbink and I explore the Dutch polder water system from a landscape architectural point of view and investigate how this helps to come to an integrated design approach for a resilient polder water system.
Fashion Village Bandung
How to create healthy live and work environments for the fashion producing communities in Bandung, Indonesia's number one textile producing city?
Ground Up City | Play as a Design Tool
How can cities become more childfriendly? By looking at the culture of play and the spatial and social characteristics of neighbourhoods we defined opportunities for play.
In this book we explore the Dutch landscape from a landscape architectural point of view. What elements and structures are characteristic and how do they relate to each other? It helps to define the spatial quality of the everyday Dutch landscapes that surrounds us.
Wild van Water | Blue Bliss
This book was published for the exhibition by the same name in het Zuiderzee Museum. Inge Bobbink and I wrote an essay on the change of the Dutch water landscapes from industrious landscape to pleasure landscape.