Zuiderpark | The Hague, Netherlands | flux landscape architecture

Like in the 1930s, the Zuiderpark is on the eve of major changes. Over the next few years, 10,000 homes will be built, which will put pressure on the park. The importance of the park for climate adaptation and biodiversity also increased. This calls for a new view of the Zuiderpark. Where in the 1930s sport, relaxation and education were the most important pillars, the Zuiderpark, as a park of the 21st century, will provide an answer to the challenges of our time. A park that is sustainable and climate-adaptive and that offers a place for everyone: peace-seeker or festival goer, tree climber or hand biker, human

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