Ir. J.A. (Joran) Kuijper

Ir. J.A. (Joran) Kuijper

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New Urban Configurations
Cavallo, R., Komossa, S., Marzot, N. , Berghauser Pont, M., Kuijper, J.
ISBN print 978-1-61499-365-0 ISBN online 978-1-61499-366-7   
Urban areas have been caught up in a turbulent process of transformation over the past 50 years and changes have been rapid, with issues such as mobility, nature, water management, energy use and public space featuring prominently. In each Olympic year since 1988, the Faculty of Architecture at Delft University of Technology has held an international conference focusing on the connection between research and design, exploring the field of tension between science, technology and art.
This book presents the proceedings of the latest in this series of conferences: New Urban Configurations, held in Delft, the Netherlands, in October 2012 in collaboration with the European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE) and the International Seminar on Urban Form (ISUF). This edition of the conference discussed the role and critical potential of the architectural project in the transformation process of cities and territories that leads to new urban configurations. The publication contains all 140 accepted papers and a selection of the keynote lectures presented at the conference. The papers have been grouped into five main themes: innovation in building typology; infrastructure and the city; complex urban projects; green spaces, and delta urbanism. Four of these major topics are further divided into several subtopics.   
This book will be of interest to everyone involved in designing, building, thinking about as well as managing the urban landscape and territory.   
www.iospress.nl/book/new-urban-configurations/

Biography

Joran Kuijper graduated at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, in 2014. Within the academic environment he has been member of several editorial teams, as for example in 2012 for the international conference ‘New Urban Configurations’, and the French-Dutch publication on exploring the role of stations in future metropolitan areas that includes the 2018 Summer school results: ‘Stations as Nodes’. Currently he is involved in the Architectural Design Crossovers research project ‘Future Cities/City Futures—Good City Life’, a research by design project focusing on the how architecture and urban design will contribute to challenges induced by the pressure on urbanization and digitalization of cities worldwide. He teaches in Bachelor and Master design studios.

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