COMMUNICATING COMMUNITIES

VMX EXPLAINED

VMX EXPLAINED

 
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LIVING INDUSTRIAL

Our vision for an appropriate architecture for ‘living industrial’. Filling up the emptiness of what were once vibrant industrial sites.


 
 
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FREEDOM WITHIN FIXED URBAN BORDERS

A pro-active urban regeneration strategy. An unsolicited and collaborative approach. With the goal to densify within our existing urban borders. How to develop a mono-functional area into a multifunctional, multi-layered and diverse piece of city.

 
 
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REDEVELOPING

RED-FIELD SITES

Many large scale (post-war) housing developments have resulted in mono-functional neighbourhoods. Red fields full of ,often, outdated houses: up for renewal, renovation or demolition. What is the most sustainable approach?

 
 
 
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HOUSING TYPOLOGIES

(TO START)

In all our housing projects there is a big emphasis on typological development. How do we live; together in communities? About the influence of constantly expanding and densifying urban areas on the design of our homes.


 
 
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INBETWEEN SPACE

Our architecture connects with the street and opens-up towards the city. Simultaneously there is flexibility and privacy for the users. Read all about our plinth strategies in this ‘VMX Explained’.


 
 
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FAMILIES IN THE CITY

Our work addresses a highly relevant topic for cities and its governments: How can we respond to the growing need of housing for families in the city? An approach to enrich and diversify the variety of the (newly built) housing stock.