Blue Point of View will exhibit during “Dag van de Architectuur”

At the moment Blue Point of View is the working title for our ongoing project with (Delft) blue shipping containers at the former Faculty of Architecture site in Delft. The main goal is to create the centre for sustainable innovation on the university campus.

Design By Evolution’s entry for the Spoorzone competition (click here for more) resulted in a question by Ineke Hulshof of Hulshof Architecten about designing a project similar to our competition entry at the former site of the Faculty of Architecture.
Of course we agreed with this proposal, and since then, a lot has happened. We got together with a project group that now consists of the following people who will be the core team in designing a sustainable container village for the Delft University of technology in the years to come:

Gertjan de Werk – Rep. Platform SD TU Delft   (TBM)
Niek Stukje – Rep. Sustainable Student Initiatives   (Osiris)
Ronald Kuil – Real Estate TU Delft   (TU Delft FMVG)
Ineke Hulshof – Project Coordinator   (‘De Blauwe Toren’)
Berend Jan Berends – Project Coordinatior   (WeSD)
Roland Reen – Project Architect   (Design By Evolution)
Koen Kegel – Project Architect   (Design By Evolution)

With this group of people we established the exact site where the container village will grow in the future. It’s near the iWeb which can be seen on the right side of the first picture at the top of this post.

The first Delft blue containers will be put in place at this site in a few days, so that we can show everyone our vision and soon to become realized image of our Blue Point of View project. During the Dag van de Architectuur (Dutch Day of Architecture) which has ‘re-use’ as a theme, we fit in perfectly with our second hand shipping containers project!

We hope to see you all Saturday the 26th of June at our exhibition!

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