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Habitat Rotterdam - Shaping City Life. How creators live and work in a changing city | Priscilla de Putter & Nicoline Rodenburg | 9789083014814 | De Hamer

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Habitat Rotterdam - Shaping City Life

How creators live and work in a changing city

Auteur:Priscilla de Putter, Nicoline Rodenburg

Uitgever:De Hamer

ISBN: 978-90-8301-481-4

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 240 pagina's
  • 15 okt. 2019

Thirty-four interviews with Rotterdam creatives: designers, artists, architects, choreographers and writers. Thirty-four portraits of people, makers, homes, workplaces, opinions and passions. We went kriskras through Rotterdam, from Charlois to Delfshaven and the New West and from artist to culinary entrepreneur. 

We spoke to Susan Bijl, Raoul de Jong, Joline Jolink and Conny Janssen about how they live, what they do and why. We visited the studios of Richard Hutten and Rotganzen and asked Sjarel Ex and Aruna Vermeulen for their opinion on urban change. Rotterdam is exciting, fast, constantly evolving. People live, work and enjoy. Why is ensuring good living and working space important for people, but also for the city? What are the opportunities and pitfalls of change? We charted it. The people portrayed in this book are often idealists and dreamers, but especially entrepreneurs who can do nothing but follow their heart. That is why they live and work in Rotterdam. In 2013, Priscilla de Putter and Nicoline Rodenburg started Habitat Magazine: portraits of Rotterdam makers in their natural environment. "Man" plays a major role in both their work, the positive view of life dominates. With this book they argue for the preservation of literal and figurative space for creativity in the city.

Thirty-four interviews with Rotterdam creatives: designers, artists, architects, choreographers and writers. Thirty-four portraits of people, makers, homes, workplaces, opinions and passions. We went kriskras through Rotterdam, from Charlois to Delfshaven and the New West and from artist to culinary entrepreneur.

We spoke to Susan Bijl, Raoul de Jong, Joline Jolink and Conny Janssen about how they live, what they do and why. We visited the studios of Richard Hutten and Rotganzen and asked Sjarel Ex and Aruna Vermeulen for their opinion on urban change. Rotterdam is exciting, fast, constantly evolving. People live, work and enjoy. Why is ensuring good living and working space important for people, but also for the city? What are the opportunities and pitfalls of change? We charted it. The people portrayed in this book are often idealists and dreamers, but especially entrepreneurs who can do nothing but follow their heart. That is why they live and work in Rotterdam. In 2013, Priscilla de Putter and Nicoline Rodenburg started Habitat Magazine: portraits of Rotterdam makers in their natural environment. "Man" plays a major role in both their work, the positive view of life dominates. With this book they argue for the preservation of literal and figurative space for creativity in the city.

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