Future Cities Speak at Dutch Design Week 2021 Discusses The Potential of Constructive Densification
The 2021 version of Dutch Design Week (DDW) that befell in October in Eindhoven introduced ahead a spread of explorations and progressive concepts which have the potential of shaping a optimistic future within the path of much less waste and sustainable consumption. As a part of the programme, the Future Cities discuss mentioned the challenges confronted by city environments and addressed the potential of rigorously thought-about inward progress and densification in tackling housing scarcity and reaching sustainable improvement.
Moderated by Archdaily’s Managing Editor Christele Harrouk, the occasion noticed Don Murphy, Founding father of VMX Architects, Bas Horsting, Design director at Sweco, and Bas van Dam, Proprietor and CEO of Being Growth discover how densification can assist sustainable urbanization. The displays touched on the housing scarcity in relation to modifications in way of life and family dynamics, the potential of infill improvement, and the way densification may be efficiently integrated into city methods. The dialog approached points corresponding to adaptability of city landscapes, citizen participation in city design, and the dynamic between policymakers, traders and designers.
By means of its installations, exhibitions, lectures and debates, the 2021 Dutch Design Week aimed to focus on paths of optimistic improvement and assist change the behaviour of customers and producers with reference to sources and the surroundings. Tackling notions corresponding to tailored realities, related dwelling, interactive experiences, and designing society, the occasion illustrated varied visions for the way forward for city landscapes.