September 26, 2009
by: AIA New York Chapter

Event: HYBRID: Architecture and Planning Strategies for Renewable Cities
Location: Center for Architecture, 08.27.09
Speakers: Duzan Doepel — Principal of Doepel Strijkers Architects (DSA)
Organizers: AIANY Global Dialogues Committee



Courtesy Google Earth

Part 1 (Time 16:30):

Part 2 (Time 26:38):

Part 3 (Time 18:02):

Duzan Doepel, principal of Doepel Strijkers Architects (DSA), addresses the challenges of sustainable urban and architectural development in Holland. He believes that renewable cities and regions should be able to generate more energy than they consume and be self sufficient in food production. He illustrates how contemporary Dutch designers are thinking about these issues using examples from DSA, West 8, deUrbanisten, VenhoevenCS, and MVRDV.

Related Links:
The Dutch Plan Cities for Climate Change,” by Jacqueline Pezzillo, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, e-Oculus, 09.01.09.


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