The TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and the Foundation Intensive Multi-use of Space (SLIM) are organizing a series of public master classes on the complexity of regional development and the role of design. You are invited to join one or more of the classes. The first master class will be on April 22nd.
The first master class (April 22), with a contribution from professor Rients Dijkstra (TU Delft), focuses on the role design can play in process with case studies from the Netherlands and England. The second masterclass (May 20) highlights the perspectives of public and private clients, with contributions from Ton Schaap (City of Amsterdam) and Maarten Janssen of Amvest. The last master class (June 10) focuses on current issues around circular economy, with contributions from Professor Ellen van Bueren (TU Delft) and the foreign guest Catalina Turcu (Bartlett School of Planning London).
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