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This article discusses the collaborative processes behind the redevelopment of the Dutch state heritage ship wharf NDSM in Amsterdam as a case of urban commoning that took place around the year 2000 – before the term became commonly used in urban studies. It explores how the former shipwharf was transformed into an “incubator”: a creative hub...
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Havik, K.M. (author), Gabrielsson, Catharina (author), Jobst, Marko (author), Frichot, Helene (author)
Sense in Translation: Essays on the Bilingual Body presents a series of thematically related essays on the subject of language, translation and the body. It weaves together ideas derived from phenomenology, science and linguistics with the author’s own experience as a bilingual writer and architect. Rabourdin’s engagement with the writings of...
review 2020
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Havik, K.M. (author), Lehtovuori, Panu (author)
This special issue of Ehituskunst brings to the surface some of the rich and diverse research material that architect and pro- fessor Jan Verwijnen left to EKA Tallinn's architecture faculty when he passed away in 2005. The project does not intend to be a collection of personal memories but rather hopes to engage some key figures of Verwij- nen...
contribution to periodical 2020
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Havik, K.M. (author), Heynickx, Rajesh (author), Sioli, A. (author)
Architecture is by definition an act of spatial imagination, this wondrous capacity to envision possible futures for the built environment. Spatial imagination is essential in order to visualize new constructions taking shape, evolving in time, and partaking of the cultural expression of a place or era. It takes spatial imagination to foresee...
contribution to periodical 2020
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Tanis, F. (author), Havik, K.M. (author)
In March 2020, UNESCO received a submission regarding to the cultural value of Izmir. Izmir is an East Mediterranean port city, located on the western coastline of present-day Turkey, which has been a significant hub in international trade throughout its history especially during the nineteenth century. Commerce brought merchants from all over...
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Luo, S. (author), Havik, K.M. (author)
This paper looks into ‘gardens of wildness’ that have been established in metropolitan interstitial spaces. These unused, unfunctional urban spaces could be considered as spatial-temporary interstices of the metropolitan landscape. These ‘interstitial spaces’ possess the potential to host diverse social-ecological minorities that tend to be...
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Havik, K.M. (author)
By recognizing the potential of literary language in the description of architectural atmospheres, this contribution aims to confront the shortcomings of conventional pedagogical approaches in architecture that often fail to provide an in-depth understanding of the experiential aspects of place. To contribute to the development of appropriate...
journal article 2019
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Gabrielsson, Catharina (author), Frichot, Hélène (author), Havik, K.M. (author), Jobst, Marko (author)
This issue of Writingplace Journal, Reading(s) and Writing(s), focuses on the complex process of writing itself, and in particular on the question of reading and responding to texts. By presenting not only resulting texts, but discreet readings of works in process integrated with the discussions that unfold, the issue reveals complex modes of...
contribution to periodical 2019
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Havik, K.M. (author), Oliveira, Susana (author), Voorthuis, Jacob (author)
The topic of the Writingplace Journal’s second issue, Inscription: Tracing Place focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practices.<br/><br/>The interest in memory has branched out from the overlapping of the humanities and the neuro- and social sciences to include increasingly popular forms of writing and...
contribution to periodical 2018
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Havik, K.M. (author), Perrotoni, Davide (author), Proosten, Mark (author)
The topic of the journal’s first issue, Literary Methods in Architectural Education, derived from our observation that many of the contributors to the 2013 Writingplace conference shared a particular practice: that of architectural education. Realizing that many scholars interested in the crossovers between architecture and literature find room...
contribution to periodical 2018
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Havik, K.M. (author), Avermaete, T.L.P. (author), Mejia Hernandez, J.A. (author)
The article describes research and design carried out in the Graduation Studio “Positions in Practice” (2015-2017) of the Chair of Methods and Analysis at Delft University of Technology , which focused on the urban context of Bogotá, as a laboratory for the definition of architectural positions. The study was part of the larger investigation ...
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de Wit, S.I. (author), Havik, K.M. (author)
This article discusses the graduation work of a number of students at Delft University of Technology, who used narrative methods for analysis and design. The students used these methods from different perspectives and with different purposes. Some emphasised the experience of place; others used stories as part of a social strategy and still...
journal article 2017
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Havik, K.M. (author)
Presenting a double reading of architectural spaces, this article aims to bring together works of the archi- tects Alvar Aalto and Rogelio Salmona and identify some shared themes in their architectural approaches. While using literary description as a mode of architectural investigation, it shows how the use of writing in architectural analysis...
journal article 2017
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Havik, K.M. (author), Notteboom, Bruno (author), de Wit, S.I. (author)
contribution to periodical 2017
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Van Haeren, Kristen (author), Havik, K.M. (author)
This article explores a site-specific, narrative approach to placemaking in order to reveal ways of reading and reacting to spatial atmospheres. The contribution presents an MSc Architecture project that results in the design of three particular places on the fringes of the Dutch urban landscape by means of utilizing a<br/>narrative approach to...
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Schoonderbeek, M.G.H. (author), Havik, K.M. (author)
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Havik, K.M. (author), Tielens, G. (author)
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Havik, K.M. (author), Tielens, G. (author)
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Havik, K.M. (author), Teerds, P.J. (author), Tielens, G. (author)
journal article 2013
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