How can we use the energy transition as leverage for safer, healthier and more inclusive districts? The ambitions for the energy transition in 2050 are not yet aligned to the current reality and urgent needs in a district such as Bospolder-Tussendijken. How can we connect local challenges and needs to the collective goals of the energy transition? Bospolder-Tussendijken is the first location in which the IABR–Atelier Rotterdam has started to research and test the concept of Energy Districts.
In three parallel workshops, the development of an integrated perspective for the sustainable development of the district is connected to specific cases and sites in Bospolder-Tussendijken.
Image: Delfshaven Coöperatie
1:00 pm: Powerlunch by MAAK Rotterdam, with an introduction by Robbert de Vrieze (Delfshaven Coöperatie), Danielle van den Heuvel (Stadsmarinier) and Joachim Declerck (lead designer IABR–Atelier Rotterdam).
2:00 pm: Workshops on three sites in BoTu
4:30 pm: Drinks
The workshops are lead by Milja Kruijt, Robbert de Vrieze, Danielle van den Heuvel, Jelte Boeijenga, Julia Hevemeyer and Willem Beekhuizen.
location: Bospolder-Tussendijken, Park 1943 (entrance opposite the Taandersstraat)
date: June 15
time: 1 - 5 pm