Erasmusveld, Den Haag
Marco Broekman, Floris van der Zee, Ginevra Melazzi, Daan Helmerhorst
Urban plan and sketch design of first phase of housing district
LINT, Workshop architecten
Winner in competition
The team of marco.broekman, LINT landscape architecture and Workshop Architecten designed the winning proposal “De Proeftuin” for the redevelopment site Erasmusveld, Den Haag. On the basis of core values ‘health’, ‘city’ and ‘living together’ a vision for the new neighbourhood is developed, with an elaboration for the first phase.
The urban design for a residential park is located along an eco-belt and exists out of four collective housing blocks and small scale clusters of ground bound dwellings. A housing block of a 100 dwellings is designed for the first phase. The building volume reacts to the park environment through its terraced volume and an inner court which opens up. Collective spaces, like a playroom and a guestroom, can be developed in co-creation with the future residents.
The park has a collective character in which human and natural habitat are well mixed. It provides space for sporting routes, playfields, vegetable gardens and a water filter garden. The water filter garden is accessible via a footbridge; in the garden a collection of different plants creates a good water quality.
The team was one of the four winning design teams of the Open Call ideas competition ‘Proeftuin Erasmusveld’ in 2016. BPD has the intention to continue and develop a preliminary design.
Winning team with Rosalie de Boer (BPD), Erik Pasveer (City of The Hague) and Cor Wagenaar (bijzonder hoogleraar Ruimte en Gezondheid RUG) (Photo credits: HakeMedia)
Workshop at marco.broekman with BPD
Main themes: ''Healthy - Urban - Living together'' (''Gezond - Stads - Samenleven'')
Adjustment of original urban vision by Bosch Slabbers
Birds eyes view
Location of Proeftuin Erasmusveld in the green framework of Den Haag
Access and parking
Orientation and sightlines
Small scaled clusters of ground-bound dwellings
Collective housing blocks
Visualisation from Leyweg
Building block principles
Parking transformation principles
Co-creation: an ongoing proces
Night view from the ''Ecolint''