The exhibition at Dutch Design Week 2023 includes an overview of all projects developed and presented so far within the program of Radical City inc.
In this workshop, we investigate the city ecology from the perspective of the otter. You will explore the Westerpark and learn how to practice (water) gardening with indigenous plants.
Air and light pollution disrupt the natural colors in our sky. Illume Loop experiments with reflecting, distorting and reproducing light, shapes and colors in the environment.
The otter, icon for aquatic landscapes, is knocking at the gate of our city. What interventions are needed and how do we design the urban landscape to welcome the otter?
The Totems of Life form a unified habitat for urban endangered animals and insects. At the core is the totems' diverse contribution to urban life.
The Liquid Roots project by British designer Rollo Bryant sets an alternative agenda for urban lighting design to reduce the impact of artificial light pollution on urban ecology.
The Radical City inc. bicycle tours introduce places and works in the city of Amsterdam that resonate with the formation of a nature-inclusive and climate-proof city.
Radical City inc. gives shape to a new climate-proof and nature inclusive urban landscape, by creating routes to a pioneering city in which all human and non-human life unites and flourishes.
During this evening, we will explore the challenges of urban development from various perspectives. The speakers will reveal philosophical insights, innovative ideas, and practical applications for creating a climate-resilient and more than nature-inclusive city.
The program In The Age of the Post-Drought focuses on global water issues and the threat of water scarcity under the influence of climate change.
The Unknown Mine Zone examines the finite nature of resources, developments for sustainable alternatives and underlying financial structures.
Robotanica taps into an upcoming era of a 'new nature' in which a wilderness of technological creatures emerges.
Regeneration delves into the restoration of ecosystems. Our planet has been damaged to such extent over the last century that the Restoration Industry has come out of necessity.
The exhibition The Soil Movement focuses on the restoration of devastated soil by pollution or agriculture and looks at new possibilities for responsible use.
In a series of three exhibitions, artists and designers present possibilities that provide many new ways of working with living materials.