MSc Students Atelier

‘The Atelier’ is the final, intensive course at the end of the first year of the Master program Landscape Architecture and Planning of Wageningen University.  On each of the five routes in the Alternative City Guide, we will find one or more student projects.

The course aims to bring together all the insights and experiences students have gained during their BSc and MSc studies, by applying them in ‘real life’ projects. The projects combine a research and a planning & designing component. Students
are challenged to negotiate with commissioners; work with the diverse sources of expertise and creative power available in the area; exploit to the max the experiences and personal qualities available in their team; plan their time ahead to achieve deadlines; dare to make mistakes and learn from them; help one another to achieve optimal results; learn about how to develop their personal role in a team, take pride in their work and, last but not least, have fun. Here we will present the projects of the 2018 edition of the Atelier Landscape Architecture and Planning.

locatieattelierlichter

1. Pathways, squares and parks: how tourism can be managed through planning and design – Flevopark

2. Pathways, squares and parks: how tourism can be managed through planning and design – Beukenplein Amsterdam Oost

3. The ‘hinterland’ Amsterdam-Durgerdam

4. Durgerdam, the sinking land

5. A heart for the K-neighbourhood

6. Animal city: planning and design for wild ‘Amsterdammers’ – Houthavens

7. Facilitating design conversations in the eye of the hurricane

8. Regenerative development of the Lutkemeerpolder, Tuinen van West

9. Another brick in the Wall at the Marineterrein