Utrechts Heuvelland | Utrecht, Netherland | Flux Landscape Architecture

The Netherlands has great ambitions to increase the forest area. Where these forests can be realized and what these forests will look like is unclear. In this study, Flux landscape architecture researched how forests can be realized in the Heuvelrug area. The starting point of the spatial vision is to give an insight into how the planting of new forests or forest structures can contribute to the largest tasks that are going on at the Heuvelrug.

The Utrechts Heuvelland lies in the middle of the Netherlands and has a long history of occupation and exploitation. The Netherlands was, some millennia ago, much more forested than it is now,

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