The latest analysis by the students from 2022-23 cycle are on display here!
“Visualizing Water. Using the Illustrative Method to Learn from Long-Lasting Water Systems” by Dr. Inge Bobbink, ir. Amina Chouairi and ir. Camilla Di Nicola, CWS graduates, has been successfully published in Blue Papers. Water & Heritage for Sustainable Development (Vol. 1 No. 1, 2022)
Check the link for an overview of the issue.
Save the date for the SPOOL – Circular Water Story Symposium!
On April 21st 2022, from 3 to 5 PM (CET/GMT +1), two issues of SPOOL – Circular Water Stories, edited by Dr. Ir. Inge Bobbink (TU Delft), Ir. Suzanne Loen (LILA Living Landscapes) and Dr. Fransje Hooimeijer (TU Delft), will be presented online!
Many of the contributors will join the presentation and the lively discussion.
SPOOL is an open access journal initiative in the field of “Architecture and the Built Environment” published by TU Delft Open.
To participate and receive the Zoom link please register here!
“Spatial water calendar: An illustrative workbook for adaptive transformation” by Inge Bobbink, ir. Naeema Ali and ir. María José Zúñiga, CWS graduates, has been successfully published on the second online issue “Longue Durée” of Journal of Delta Urbanism (TU Delft).
Check the link for an overview of the issue: https://journals.open.tudelft.nl/jdu/issue/view/900
The latest analysis by the students from 2020-21 and 2021-22 cycles are on display here!
Within the programme of Ecocity World Summit 2022, Inge Bobbink will present the contribution “Traditional Water Systems: Learning from Long-Lasting Cultures”, developed in collaboration with ir. Amina Chouairi and ir. Camilla Di Nicola.
The presentation will be broadcasted online Monday February 22nd 2022 at 1 pm (CET/GMT +1).
Check the link for further info about the event: https://ecocity-summit.com/