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Aantal Rotterdamse probleemwijken verdubbeld

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26-04-2012 | 20:19

Het aantal Rotterdamse probleemwijken is in twee jaar tijd ruim verdubbeld. De stad

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CONFLICT RESEARCH DESIGN


CONFLICT RESEARCH DESIGN


1955

1975

1985

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Suriname

Antilles

Cape Verde

Turkey

Morocco

Romania

Bulgaria

Poland

Flag

People

Culture

Leisure time

Development

culture

? location

?

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ETNICITY

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discrimination waste quarrel empty dwellings empty shops

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“We life in groups of people with the same ethnicity and not as one community.” “There is drug nuissance in the streets from the neighbors.” “Milinxbuurt is were all the dark skined people life. We bully them a way if they come here.” “There is no interaction with new inhabitants, only with old neighbors.”

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HOW CAN WE INVOLVE RESIDENTS BY SOLVING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN DISADVANTAGED NEIGHBORHOODS?

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CONFLICT RESEARCH DESIGN


location

plan

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PUTSEBOCHT

BLOEMHOF NOORD

BLOEMHOF

FEIJNENOORD


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now

FUTURE

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now

FUTURE

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government

municipality

chairman Wim Wilbers

provincial

regional councilor

Cabinet queen Beatrix prime minister Mark Rutte (VVD)

chairman

chairman Maria Molenaar

1 Kamer 2nd kamer minister chairman chairman urban development Fred de Graaf Anouchka van (VVD) Miltenburg (VVD)

urban development Mr. Karakus

Mr. Donner

woonstad 2012

Mr. Schrijer

parlement

governance

Mr. Aboutaleb

voters The People

vestia 2011

politics

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FUTUREPLAN

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DEMOLISPLAN

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1852 1851 1853 Start first private construcFirst building tion company by block 18 dwell20 civilians ings Union for the benefit of the working class in Amsterdam (VAK)

1883

1901

1913

1940

1988

1955

800 houses realHousing law Law with ized by unions 1/6 minimal of the income is demands the rent on housing

700 new housing associations which first have to built for their own members

National Housing Board

time

Stop housing loan/ government stops completely financing

1994

2005

Housing associations are entirely independent no more loans and grants from the government

Research shows that for every demolished 100 cheap housing the housing associations place 69 expensives and 31 cheap. Housing corporation are no longer non profit organisations.

news

news

Woonstad:�We invest in the projects from Vestia�

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plan

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government

municipality

regional councilor

Cabinet queen Beatrix prime minister Mark Rutte (VVD)

chairman

woonstad 2012

Maria Molenaar

chairman

urban development Mr. Karakus

Mr. Donner

1 Kamer 2nd kamer minister chairman chairman urban development Fred de Graaf Anouchka van (VVD) Miltenburg (VVD)

politics

chairman Wim Wilbers

provincial

Mr. Schrijer

parlement

governance

Mr. Aboutaleb

voters The People

vestia 2011

BUILDING SOCIETY

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CONFLICT RESEARCH DESIGN


ETNICITY

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ETNICITY

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OPEN SPACE

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PUBLIC SPACE

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OPEN SPACE

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OPEN SPACE

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“The neighborhoods are ours and also the the green in the neighborhoods. We meet there each other and not unknown people.”

OPEN SPACE

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STREET

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CONFLICT RESEARCH DESIGN


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SOFA

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CONCEPT

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CONCEPT

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CONCEPT

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CONCEPT

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CONCEPT

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CONCEPT

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URBANPLAN

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FACADE

SECTION

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Ethnicity

14%

14% 11%  

9% 14%  

Surinamese 11%   9%  

Surinamese

5% 4%  

Antilleans 9%  

3% 2%   3%  

5% 4%  

Antilleans

Cape Verdians  

8%

10%

8%

Moroccans

14% 8%   7%  

52% Natives  

13% other  Non   Western   10%  

8% Moroccans   7%  

Turks

8%

7%

25% Turks  

Cape Verdians  

52%

10%

10%

8%

25%

13%

8%

14%

3% 2%   3%  

25% 23%  

Tarwewijk

25%

9%

other Non   Western  

14% other   European   8%   Union   7%  

Natives

other European   Union  

2% 4%   2%  

other Western  

other Western  

Age Class   Bloemhof  

Tarwewijk

74% 72%  

72% 69%  

19%

16%

0-­‐14 age   20%   19%  

Age Class  Bloemhof  

0-­‐14 age  

0-­‐4 age  

5-­‐24 age  

25-­‐49 age   5%  

1%

65+ age  

15-­‐64 age  

4% 41%  

49%

50-­‐64 age  

Ethnicity

                                                           

6% 9%   15%  

 

65+ age  Age  Class  Tarwewijk  

0-­‐4 age  

AGE CLASS

16%

 

in

5-­‐24 age  

25-­‐49 age  

5%

1%

50-­‐64 age  

3% 37%  

54%

Age Class  Bloemhof   0-­‐4  age  

5-­‐24 age  

25-­‐49 age  

50-­‐64 age  

65+ age  

out

stay

1.204

2.618

Movers in  

   

65+ age  

1.482

Tarwewijk  

Tarwewijk  

65+ age  

High Class  

Movers

6% 9%   15%  

15-­‐64 age   69%  

Middle Class  

Tarwewijk

5% 6%   13%  

34%

Low Class  

74%

20%

30%

 

AGE CATEGORY

Bloemhof

27%

53%

   

Bloemhof  

1.482

1.047

stay

1.204

914

3.842

2.618

914

3.842  

Living Years  Bloemhof  

Living Years  Bloemhof  

33%

15%

   

out

1.047

Bloemhof  

1-­‐2 year  

AGE CLASS

Rotterdam Rotterdam  

       

64%

2% 4%   2%  

Age Class  

 

       

68%

 

Tarwewijk

INCOME

Bloemhof

Bloemhof

MOVERS

Rotterdam

Tarwewijk

Incomes Rotterdam  

3-­‐4 year  

5-­‐9 year    

10-­‐14 year    

1-­‐2 year  

15+

14%

33%

27%

3-­‐4 year  

11%

5-­‐9 year    

   

Living Years  Tarwewijk   1-­‐2  year  

10-­‐14 year     14%  15%  

3-­‐4 year  

15+

5-­‐9 year  

10-­‐14 year  

15+

18%

20%

15%

32%

11% Incomes  

MOVING YEARS

Bloemhof

23%

MOVING YEARS

Rotterdam

Ethnicity

ethnicity

   

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GRID

CONSTRUCTION

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GRID

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GROUND FLOOR

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PEOPLE CAN EXERCISE THEIR HAND CRAFT ART, EXHIBIT AND SELL AND EARN MONEY

PEOPLE INFESTINGING IN A DWELLING

PEOPLE EARNING MONEY FROM THE DWELLING INFESTMENT.

PEOPLE CAN EXPAND THE DWELLING AND THE VALUE WILL INCREASE.

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SECTION

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DWELLING

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DWELLING

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GROUND FLOOR

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BALCON

BOX

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GROUND FLOOR

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PEOPLE CAN FARM ON THE ROOF.

AS A COMMUNITY THEY SELL IT TO THE RESTAURANT ON THE GROUND FLOOR

PEOPLE CAN EXERCISE THEIR HAND CRAFT ART, EXHIBIT AND SELL AND EARN MONEY

PEOPLE INFESTINGING IN A DWELLING

THE RESTAURANT GET’S BIOLOGICAL FOOD, WHICH CAN ATTRACK COSTUMORS.

THE COMMUNITY CAN BUY FURNITURE FOR THE COMMON SPACE.

PEOPLE EARNING MONEY FROM THE DWELLING INFESTMENT.

PEOPLE CAN EXPAND THE DWELLING AND THE VALUE WILL INCREASE.

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GROUND FLOOR

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PLAN

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3D SOFA

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ENTRANCE

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ENTRANCE

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WINDOW

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3D SOFA

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SOFA

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SOFA

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1st FLOOR

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PLAN

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2nd FLOOR

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PLAN

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WINDOW

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WINDOW

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CLIMATE

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VENTILATION

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FACADE

SECTION

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