LIVING LAB, our proposal for E15 ‘Productive Rotterdam’

02-12-2019

We imagine Vierhavensblok as a place where knowledge, leisure, culture, technology and nature come together.

Our vision is to create a continuous vibrant space that flows from ground level to the top, from the inside to the outside, with a sequence of outdoor ateliers, patios, shared and private terraces.

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Learning from Europan14 ‘Productive Amsterdam’

24-06-2019

UP4 meets AIR (Rotterdam Architecture Institute) to share explorations into the future of productive cities. Read more here.

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E14/E15 Inter-Sessions Forum in Brussels

11-11-2018

We are proud to be invited at the E14/E15 Inter-Sessions Forum on "Productive Cities". The event will take place in Brussels between the 16th-18th of November and we will present our winning project and the ongoing implementation process. See more here.

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How do we make better cities?

17-06-2018

UP4 invited to talk about the future of Buiksloterham at the festival WeMakeThe.City, the largest city festival in Europe. All over the world, including Amsterdam and its metropolitan region, cities are growing rapidly. This growth causes serious problems concerning, for instance, climate, safety, affordable housing, and health. The key question is: what kind of city do we want to live in, in five, ten or fifteen years time? See more here.

UP4 presenting at the Productive City event

08-04-2018

We have been invited to present on the 18th of April in Amsterdam.

Giovanni Lavanna will be there to present our Makers Neighbourhood project, and discuss the design principles of the productive city. See more here.

Makers Neighbourhood video

21-01-2018

We are happy to share our new project video!

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Makers Neighbourhood in Dutch newspaper Het Parool

06-12-2017

The leading Amsterdam-based newspaper, Het Parool, today runs a story on Makers Neighbourhood - UP4's recently awarded project for Europan 14 NL. Read the full article here