UMN Exhibition on Dutch Complex Housing

Exhibition Dates | September 2, 2017 – January 28, 2018
HGA Gallery, Rapson Hall

Curated by Professor Julia Robinson. The exhibition profiles 8 visually rich housing structures that respond to their location, accommodate a variety of housing types and income levels, and include non-housing functions to create diverse communities. In the Netherlands, where housing is a right, and urban design is central to providing adequate housing, complex housing emerged to make the best use of public transportation and infrastructure, generate income, and provide diversity of lifestyle in dense, urban settings. Can this innovative type of housing be replicated elsewhere?

Free and open to the public. For information on location, parking, disabilities accommodation, visit: goldstein.design.umn.edu/visit/.

Related Event:
SYMPOSIUM | Complexity: Dutch and American Housing
5:30 PM, October 6 to 6:30 PM, October 8, 2017
For more details or to register, visit the symposium page.

Sponsors:
Office of the Vice President for Research, Univeristy of Minnesota
Imagine Fund, University of Minnesota
ESG Architecture and Design
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA)

Aeon
BKV Group
Lander Group
Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers
Wells Fargo
Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota

4RM+ULA, AIA Minnesota, ASLA Minnesota, Cermak Rhoades Architects, City of Minneapolis, Collage Architects, Dakota County, Kari Gill, Lunning Wende Architects, Maxfield Research & Consulting LLC, Project for Pride in Living, Sarah Nettleton Architects, The Cornerstone Group, Watson-Forsberg,
Urban Land Institute
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