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Posted by on Nov 13, 2016 in 2015, H+N+S Landscape Architects, Netherlands, Utrecht

How to Keep Heritage Alive Through a Military Museum

How to Keep Heritage Alive Through a Military Museum

Article by Mayra Rivero Bueno – National Military Museum, by H+N+S Landscape Architects, in Soesterberg, Utrecht, the Netherlands. The Netherlands have already shown us that they clearly know what landscape architecture is about and the National Military Museum (NMM) in Soesterberg is not an exception. The former Soesterberg Airbase that was officially out of service on 12 November of 2008 was brought back to life in 2015 as the...

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Posted by on Feb 12, 2016 in Amsterdam, Belgium, Brazil, Britian, China, England, London, Netherlands, New York, Utrecht

What Makes a Good Bicycle Path? : Part 2

What Makes a Good Bicycle Path? : Part 2

This is a must read on what makes a good bicycle path and follows on from Part 1. Many countries take the Netherlands as example when creating much needed bicycle infrastructure. In the previous article we had a look how that Dutch bicycle infrastructure came about. How are various cities around the world going forward with the implementation of bicycle infrastructure? What makes a good bicycle path? Find out...

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Posted by on Jan 17, 2016 in 2015, Landscape architecture Posts, Netherlands, REDscape Landscape & Urbanism, Utrecht

How to Transform an Old Military Area into a Peaceful Park

How to Transform an Old Military Area into a Peaceful Park

Article by Irmak Bilir. Green Road, a peaceful park by REDscape Landscape & Urbanism, Province of Utrecht, the Netherlands. Nobody would deny that no matter the results of a battle, a military area can be depressing. One of the best ways to transform such a site is to turn it into a park. But not an ordinary park — a park that shares its history with its visitors. Green...

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