Rijnvliet, Edible Neighborhood aims to achieve a healthy future for the city

Impression of the central food forest of Rijnvliet opposite the school. With outdoor classrooms, canopy walkway and stone bands indicating the old Roman road through the area. © Felixx

Rijnvliet, Edible Neighborhood is a new residential district that offers around 1100 new houses for the Leidsche Rijn expansion area of Utrecht. De Zwarte Hond is responsible for the urban plan and the supervision of the architecture, Felixx for the landscape architecture and Æ Food Forestry Development for the urban food forest. The layout of the neighborhood is co-designed with the residents as a productive landscape and is created to sustain forestry and food production, provides a multiplicity

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