The design of a changing landscape for the island of Dordrecht in the Rhine Meuse Delta of Holland

This Landscape Architecture Studio investigated future adaptations of the urbanized low-land region of Dordrecht in Holland. Whenever water management and land use are challenged by growing climate change, landscape architecture plays a vital role in the definition of environments of a new kind. Students worked on large scale landscape design in terms of topology and regeneration using advanced tools of modeling and visualizing. They investigated a range of possible solutions for the Island of Dordrecht, addressing the multiple threats faced by the city, and developing new relations between the city and the National Park De Biesbosch.

Girot: Rising Waters, Shifting Lands:
Girot: Rising Waters, Shifting Lands:
Project C
Girot: Rising Waters, Shifting Lands:
Project B

Completed project