Inclusive Residential Areas - a report on a fieldtrip to the NetherlandsKylin, Maria; Sjöstedt, Victoria; Kristensson, Eva; Norfall, Lisa; Robling, Anna ; Dahlman, Bodil ;
This report discusses seven residential areas in the Netherlands from the perspective of social inclusiveness – EVA Lanxmeer, Park Rosendaal, Bijlmermeer, Diagoon Housing, Spangen, Ypenburg and Java Island. The material was collected during a field trip to the Netherlands in spring 2020, as part of a Call for Ideas initiative from SLU Landscape. Jointly, we have compiled our experiences from the field trip in this publication, for inspirational use within educational settings.
social inclusiveness; urban planning and design; housing; living environments; participation; urban strategies; bottom-up initiatives
Published inLandskapsarkitektur, trädgård, växtproduktionsvetenskap: rapportserie 2022, number: 2022:9
Publisher: Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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