Prototype: Urban structure from waste wood for the Deysselbuurt

M.R. Galli (Developer), M. Malé-Alemany (Editor)

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Abstract

The Amsterdam Deysselbuurt, part of Nieuw-West, is undergoing major renovations and demolition/rebuild for the coming 10 years. Together with Rochdale, de Gemeente Amsterdam and other partners, the Robot Lab works on a case study to work towards (temporarily) urban structures, created from wood from the renovations, together with tenants.
In Spring 2023, students and teachers from the Minor 'Robotic Production and Circular Materials' worked on the design and build of a first 'conversation piece'. This prototype construction was made from waste wood, harvested by wood industry partner Helwig during window replacements.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherHogeschool van Amsterdam, Robotlab
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2023

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