Site Visit | Oct 2016
Maritime Cluster
Rotterdam | Netherlands

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We have been commissioned by Delta Metropole and Erasmus University to investigate with a research-by-design process, the spatial consequences of the different economic and environmental scenarios that he harbor of Rotterdam is facing.
The scenarios under our spot light include the shift from the leading global oil economy towards a more local, ‘home-made’ one; the potential shrinking of the harbor activity due to the pressing competition of Asian shipping industries and harbors; and eventually, disruptions caused by major climatic events.

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Maritime Cluster
Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
Time: October – December 2016
In collaboration with: Mauroparravicini, Noha, Kartonkraft, Move Mobility
Client: Delta Metropole, Erasmus University

 


Photography
: Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian