1. Frits Palmboom

        Bio
        Frits Palmboom studied at Delft University of Technology, worked as an urban designer for the city of Rotterdam and founded the current urban design studio Palmbout Urban Landscapes (1991). He was responsible for the IJburg Master Plan (Amsterdam, 1995) and the Belvedere project in Maastricht. He was a frequent guest lecturer and first professor at the Van Eesteren Chair (Delft University of Technology, 2013-2018). He published the books Doel en Vermaak inhet Konstruktivisme (1978), Rotterdam Verstedelijkt Landschap(1987), Drawing the Ground (2010), IJsselmeer, a Spatial Perspective(2017) and many articles on urbanism and landscape. His work hasbeen exhibited at various European universities (2003), at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2004) and at Het Nieuwe Instituut (Rotterdam, 2019). He currently advises the municipality of Zaanstad on urban intensification, gives master classes at various design schools, and works on publications on urban design, landscape, design and drawing.

        [last updated in 2022]

      2. issues 1–108 are available in PDF format

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        • Frits Palmboom
         

        issues 1–108 are available in PDF format

           

          issues 1–44 appeared in Dutch only


          issues 1–108 are available in PDF format

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            • Frits Palmboom
             
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