Representatives of Recreatieschap Rottemeren, the municipality of Rotterdam and the province of Zuid-Holland had the honour. Blom&Moors - design public space and Raakvlak design & communication made the 3D and 2D design into a slender, narrative and beautifully illustrated whole. Sign-Partners took care of the execution of the steel columns with sublimated panels. A total of 15 information columns will be placed from the origin in Moerkapelle to the dam on the Hoogstraat.Read more about the project
The refurbishment of the Offenbach Marktplatz station in Germany has been completed. Blom&Moors was commissioned to enhance the residential quality through renovation of the platforms and the development of new furniture. In addition to the previously developed seating elements (type Calidum), two more "members" have been added to the modular and sustainable family: a minimalist designed leaning stand and a multifunctional desk with USB connections as a place to work, read or eat some. The 37,000 thousand daily travelers are now the test panelRead more about the project
One of the Smart City projects in progress of Deutsche Bahn is the refurbishment of Hamburg Harburg train station. What were only remnants of the vegetation of a monumental garden of yesteryear has had a major makeover. The rich variety of trees, perennials and ornamental grasses tolerate extensive maintenance. Travelers can enjoy the waving and subtle coloring composition on foot or from a concrete bench. The integral design was created by Blom&Moors, Trafique and Liesbeth Rijnja.Read more about the project
The 750th anniversary of Rotterdam is celebrated, among other things, with an ode to the often unknown peat river Rotte, the name giver of the city of Rotterdam. Commissioned by the municipality of Rotterdam and Staatsbosbeheer, Blom&Moors and Raakvlak have designed slender information columns that mark valuable cultural-historical places along the Rotte. From river origin to dam, you can read and watch the most interesting stories that take place around the Rotte.Read more about the project
The selection committee praised the Spoorpark as a fine park and a successful example of real citizen participation in the Yearbook for Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in the Netherlands 2019. The selection committee feels that the minimalistic design is reminiscent of Berlin. 'It has an purposefully unfinished look: anything that grows there is just fine'.Read more about the project
During the IFLA World Congress 2019 in Oslo we contributed with a lecture about making railway stations greener. On the agenda are urban transformation, green mobility, healthy and beautiful landscapes and social participation. Very inspiring!
The restoration plans for the Bovenlandse Sluis have been developed: commissioned by Waterschap Aa en Maas Heijmans fully modernised and restored the complex.
This offered an excellent opportunity to realise the second part of our plans for the project Balkon aan de Maas: at the location of the former steam pumping station a nice place to stay is developed.