Last week, the Eindhoven city council was introduced to the impressive plan for improving Eindhoven’s center – a plan by the Dutch architect Winy Maas. Eindhoven is quickly transforming into a center city, as a part of the Brainport district.
A couple years ago, Eindhoven was able to get 3 great Dutch architects who were globally known – Winy Maas, Cees Christiaanse and Adriaan Geuze. Although these three architects were very different, they proved to be leaders who had goals and visions. The leading architect was Maas since he was the one who could constantly bring new ideas and projects into Eindhoven.
Additionally, provincial places and boring industrial locations will be modified into parks like the Brainport Park and the High Tech Campus. Moreover, the Brainport Park is also part of the bigger location of the Van Gogh National Park. It’s a combination of both new and old features which are intertwined together, with its most important proponent being the ‘Brainport Industries Campus’ (BIC). This important exponent also includes a special ecosystem that spreads from professional secondary school students up to start-ups students.
A well-known feature of Eindhoven – the immense infrastructure, is used as a densification for its center. Also, with ‘Dutch Mountains’ emerging in the area, climate and health play a crucial role as well. Ever since for so long, Eindhoven’s industrial heritage has been reconstructed, and not destroyed.
New inhabitants, experiences, and identities are some of the goals of this project. Altogether, these are estimated to establish an innovative city who has sufficient support for exceptional facilities. And as a result, Eindhoven will prove to be more economically strong.