Commissioned by the Municipality of Leuven, Flux designed a new public fountain on the Herbert Hooverplein in Leuven. The fountain is a new public space that includes play opportunities for children. The design was implemented by Rotsmaatwerk.
Flux will work on the reinforcement of the Grebbedike between Wageningen and Rhenen, commissioned by Waterschap Vallei en Veluwe (WSVV). Flux will collaborate with engineering office Lievense, Eric Luiten, Rijkswaterstaat, Staatsbosbeheer, Province of Utrecht, Province of Gelderland and the municipality of Wageningen. During the research Flux will propose several spatial solutions, which will be reviewed both technically and spatially.
From 1st of October Flux has a new workspace at the area of Rotsoord. After 5 years in Vechtclub XL we have decided to move to a bigger workspace. Rotsoord is an active urban area which is fully in development. For a coffee you can visit us at Ravenoord 235 Utrecht.
Flux and Studio RAP recieved the second prize in the design competition for Park Huis Doorn. For the assignment, the team proposed a bridge, a pavilion and a park bench. Other selected teams were Anouk Vogel Landscape Architecture, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Maatschap Observatorium, and Rink Tilanus.
The team of Flux has been to Berlin to visit several projects. It gave us much inspiration for our projects!
Commissioned by Synchroon, Flux is working on a design for a park in Ijmuiden. The development of the surrounding architecture has been designed by OZ architects. In collaboration with municipality of Velsen.
On behalf of Heijmans Vastgoed, Flux is working on the urban design and the design of the public space of Maanwijk Leusden. In collaboration with Molenaar & Co.
Following the Merwedekanaalzone research climate adaptive, an overview and film was made about the approach of Flux landscape architecture within this project. The design research shows a range of possibilities how urban issues can be implemented in a climate-adaptive city. More info:
AM, Flux landscape architecture and Common Affairs won the tender for the development of an energy-neutral residential area in Krommenie. With the winning plan 'Eilanden van Hain', Zaanstad will have a water-rich residential area with approximately 235 ground-level homes. The plan is logically anchored in the landscape and all houses have a direct address to the extensive waterways network of Noord Holland. For the realization of the plan, based on the principles of the old villages in the Zaanstreek, we cooperate with Staatsbosbeheer, Arcadis, BAM Energy Systems, Kuijs Reinder Kakes, Van der Tol and Beaumont communicatie.
The team of Flux landscape architecture and Studio Rap was selected from 100 entries for the Park Huis Doorn competition together with four other teams. For the assignment, a design is requested for a bridge, a pavilion and a folly. The winning designs will be executed. Other teams are Anouk Vogel Landscape Architecture, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Maatschap Observatorium, and Rink Tilanus.
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