KCAP is pleased to welcome you at Transformatieplein, Provada 2017

KCAP is known for the development of sustainable urban living environments with buildings and public spaces that enliven and renew the city. In our concepts we combine our expertise of architecture, urbanism and landscape to create social and spatial cohesion. Concepts that, furthermore, offer the necessary flexibility to adapt to individual needs of the users and new societal developments.

Striking in KCAP’s approach is the addition of quality to the living environments in the city. By programming the buildings in the right way, they are connected on ground level to their surroundings. The WELL principle can be found in our projects – facilities such as sport and green spaces are close by and let inhabitants and users experience the building and its surrounding as healthy and pleasant. In the concepts that we develop, we combine new forms for living and working, cultures, sustainability and infrastructure with the social aspects for today’s and future generations.

Do you want to know more about KCAP and our work? Visit us at Transformatieplein from May 30th through June 1st or come to the following presentations:

Tuesday May 30th

12.00: WELL certification for buildings and areas. The first experiences and developments
A presentation by Alexandra A. Jurgens-Boot, CFO BBI (Blue Building Institute) and Irma van Oort, Partner KCAP Architects&Planners, Transformatieplein.

13.00: Mini-conference of various sites of the municipalities of Rotterdam and Amsterdam. Architects’ offices reveal their vision on the area developments, Transformatieplein.
moderated by Harm Tilman, editor-in-chief of de Architect

13.45: Central District Rotterdam
                           13.45 > Pitch CONIX RDBM Architects
                           14.00 > Pitch KCAP Architects&Planners
                           14.15 > Pitch Mei architect and planners

 

Thursday, June 1st

10:15: Licht Verdicht

Developer AM organises together with BNA a session about ‘Licht Verdicht’, a design study initiated by the municipality of Rotterdam that examines the possibilities of roof top extensions to existing buildings in Rotterdam. KCAP presents its results for the densification study for the research location ‘GGD’. Together with IMd, Fakton and architectural historian Wijnand Galema, KCAP has given an impetus to this site, situated in close proximity of the city centre on one side and the Erasmus bridge on the other. The team proposes a sustainable, future oriented and phased transformation that revives the existing location.

AM, stand 12-08

14:30: What is healthy to healthy buildings?

The (added) value of healthy buildings is becoming more and more important for end users and investors. The first buildings that WELL get certificate are now developed. What are the characteristics of healthy buildings, are there extra costs and what are the benefits?

Speakers: Annemarie van Doorn, Ron Hendriks, Tim Habraken, Irma van Oort and Nils Bonder

Location: Arena