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11 April 2019

The value of research by design

As part of the upcoming book publication ‘The city of the future’, BK researchers Tom Daamen and Hedwig van der Linden reflected on the value of research by design for urban area development. This type of design thinking can create added value for clients on different levels of the design brief.

10 April 2019

TU Delft publishes vision on Climate Action

The climate is changing and this is something we shall have to deal with. What TU wants to contribute is written down in a vision paper published today.

22 March 2019

Building with Nature: Common cordgrass and grassweed help dikes

Vegetated foreshores can strongly reduce wave loads on coastal dikes, meaning these dikes may not have to be built so high. On Wednesday 27 March, Vincent Vuik will be awarded his PhD at TU Delft for his work on this subject.

25 February 2019

Education for Water Resilient Cities

Report on one day symposium at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Delft University of Technology on what to teach and how to teach spatial planning and design for water sensitive, climate resilient cities and communities.

13 February 2019

#Detox your #Fashion

"Water knits it all together”. The film and water festival ‘Let's Talk About Water’ is an annual festival that uses the power of cinema to inform and spark debate on a wide variety of topics that are connected to water. This year’s theme is: Materiality; too much, too little, too dirty.

13 February 2019

TU Delft Ideation Contest

The 1st edition of the TU Delft Ideation Contest has started! Bring your idea to the next level, get in touch with our network and develop personal skills. This is a platform that every student can benefit from!

16 January 2019

The Hague worst hit in the case of extreme precipitation

A new precipitation index compares the risks that different cities face from extreme rainfall. In The Netherlands, The Hague will be affected most.

19 November 2018

Subsidence in the Netherlands greater than expected

Subsidence in The Netherlands is much greater than expected, according to data from the new Dutch Land Subsidence Map presented this week.

14 November 2018

First ever professor of Ethics of Water Engineering: ‘Take account of the differing opportunities available to citizens’

On Friday, 16 November, Prof. Neelke Doorn gave her inaugural address as professor of Ethics of Water Engineering.

10 October 2018

Biennale Venetie