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urban design

portfolio

HUGO F. PLAT bachelor of built

environment


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ATELIER HUGO PLAT

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curriculum vitae name address city mobile phone email website linkedin date of birth city of birth nationality

hugo frederik plat grote visserijstraat 77B-02 3026CD rotterdam + 31 (0) 6 811 394 67 hugo_plat@hotmail.com www.atelierhugoplat.nl https://nl.linkedin.com/in/hugo-plat-926a4a139 30 may 1996 the hague dutch

education 2008 - 2014

schoonhovens college (comprehensive school) havo, economy & society

2014 - 2019

rotterdam university of applied sciences bachelor of the built environment

2018 - 2019

rotterdam university of applied sciences minor urban design

sept 2020 - onwards

rotterdam academy of architecture and urban design master urban design

professional working experience 2017 - 2018

studio hartzema internship in urban design

2019

rotterdam the hague metropolitan region graduation internship in urbanism

working experience 2010 - 2013

restaurant ‘t centrum kitchen aid, waiter

2013 - 2015

koolwijk polsbroek bv garage employee

2015 - 2016

hotel-restaurant de arendshoeve nightwatch, kitchen aid

2016 / 2019 summer

sailing ship ‘the ambulant’, harlingen catering, kitchen aid, waiter

2017 - 2019

hockeyclub delfshaven trainer/coach

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graphic skills adobe autocad 2D adobe autocad 3D adobe illustrator adobe photoshop adobe indesign google sketchup microsoft word microsoft excel micorsoft powerpoint

8/10 4/10 9/10 3/10 7/10 6/10 9/10 4/10 9/10

languages dutch english french german

native speaker fluent speaker pre-intermediate elementary

architecture urban life concept creating photography

sports football basketball cycling

interests travelling documentaries saxophone social

travelling 2016 singapore / dubai chicago / san francisco vancouver / seattle 2017 berlin / brno / budapest ljubljana / trieste new york basel / zĂźrich 2018 madrid shanghai bilbao lille / le havre edinburgh 2019 london ghent dĂźsseldorf turin / milan cologne / frankfurt

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university projects the densified circular city block placemaking hilleplein professional projects havenkwartier rijswijk graduation project urbanization of the hoekse lijn personal projects urban necessity - a new rubroek tiny house tower kralingse plas

08 - 11 12 - 17 18 - 23 24 - 29 30 - 37 38 - 43

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the densified circular city block location city theme year

schiehaven rotterdam, the netherlands sustainable urbanism 2017

For this course students had to bring up solutions to tackle climate change within the city borders. Sustainability is a hot topic nowadays and urban designers should take responsibility when making new plans for the future. The main goal of this specific project was to create a concept in which density and sustainability would go hand in hand. In new plans what you mainly see is that these topics almost exclude each other because one of them dominates. The concept of this project would be to create a the most possible circular city block that is in its own way self-sufficient. The city block provides a lot of houses (living in a city next to public transport is already sustainable), it has an inner court yard with circular city farming, the water is being collected to serve as hobby purposes and the energy is generated via solar and wind movement. When a concept like this is applied in cities on a larger scale; the polluting element of the city is being tackled.

1. the site

2. connection to the continuous urban structure

3. city blocks with inner courtyards

4. setbacks create different living units

5. living units defined as appartments and family homes

6. public spaces connecting green and water

the site plan according to the urban schemes named above.

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wind

ENERGY generating non-circular

sun

energy cannot be circular, so self-sufficiency is applied with solar panels and light windmill constructions.

consumption

composting

ENERGY generating non-circular

production

processing

with the circularity of food, urban agriculture becomes a concept applied with greenhouses, fertire fields, compost heap and processing buildings

rainfall

evaporation

WATER circular

drainage (river, sea, lake)

collection and use

rainwater is being collected in green roofs and wadis after which it can be used through the drain for playing purposes and hobby purposes, before it evaporates again through the open water.

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section of the plan

site plan in a birds eye top vi

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iew completed with the sustainable interventions

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placemaking hilleplein location city theme year

hillesluis rotterdam, the netherlands resilient neighboorhoud 2019

The last project of the urban design minor was about designing a resilient neighbourhood in the south side of Rotterdam, a part of the city which is staying behind the northern part for years. Students could come up with their own understanding of ‘resilience’ and were able to chose a location in the Hillesluis-neighbourhood themselves. My eye fell on the location in the middle of the neighbourhood, where 6 streets come together, which is in The Netherlands almost phenomenal. I compared it to cities in France and Belgium in which locations like these flow in a natural way. The idea was to embrace this unique selling point and make a square out if it by: creating sightlines towards the train station to be built, marking the square with towers, doing interventions so that people want to meet each other and pulling the current green structure over the square. The result is a place where people want to be, are able to rest and able to develop theirselves.

1. the struct and th interr struct

janson, brussels

droixhe, liège

dethy, brussels

d’artois, paris

sainctelette, brussels

vaise, lyon

hillesluis, rotterdam

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e current tram ture takes a lot of space he restaurant pavillions rupt the green waterway ture

2. demolish the current pavillions

3. re-connect the green waterway structure, provide the square with the green qualities

4. no split on the square but on the road, space for the square is being provided

5. by creating sightlines the square opens itself to the public, by adding towers the square marks itself in the surroundings

hilleplein becomes the heart of the neighbourhood and is well connected to the trainstation to be built that will serve new developments in both hillesluis and feyenoord city

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axonometry of the strategy map, the towers mark the square that offer green spaces and serves as a public transport junction

1. average closed city block in rotterdam (south side), often with a commercial plinth and houses above

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2. adding a tower between 15-25 stories and a glass plinth that serves as an extension of the public domain.


3. setbacks in the tower make a tower more playful and iconic (architecture) and provide different residential environments

4. green roofs and balconies provide encountering and create a sustainable connection towards the green surroundings

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a place

center

worksp

a squa green

functio

site plan of the new hilleplein. the towers vary in target audience: - purple: starter people - yellow: student housing both of these groups are expected to make use of the square as they mainly share the same lifestyle - blue: family residences, with a playground in front of the tower - red: senior citizens, next to the public transport hub

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pencil drawing of what th


e for creativity and talent development

r for debating and city culture

paces for the neighbourhood

are that provide social interraction living space

oning for all ages

he square might look like

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havenkwartier rijswijk location city theme year firm client

plaspoelpolder rijswijk, the netherlands urban masterplan 2018 - 2019 studio hartzema municipality of rijswijk

In the third year of my study I did an internship of half a year at the Rotterdam based urban design firm Studio Hartzema. This period really opened my eyes about urban design and I never learned so much in such a short time. Most of the time I worked on the project ‘Havenkwartier Rijswijk’, for which I made a lot of drawings. This project is about the transformation of an old industrial harbour area towards a dense urban neighbourhood with nautic qualities. For water management purposes, the idea came up to make a canal through the southern part of the masterplan and therefore I did a large reference study on the scale of different canals worldwide. The plots in this masterplan are freely interpretable for developers and fellow architects, that have to follow the rules later explained. In this project I experienced the process of making an urban design masterplan from scratch, the masterplan got nominated for an ARC19 award, link on page 23.

location of the havenkwartier in the conurbation of the dutch ‘southern randstad’ Den Haag Amsterdam

Wassenaar

DEN HAAG HS

Leiden Amsterdam

Den Haag Centraal Den Haag

VOORBURG Leiden Amsterdam

A1

2

Den Haag HS

A4

Leiden Amsterdam DEN HAAG

Voorburg

Leiden Amsterdam

DEN HAAG MOERWIJK

A4

Oud Rijswijk

Oud Rijswijk

Zoetermeer Utrecht

A4

Den Haag Moerwijk

1,5km

Den Haag

1km

Ypenburg

A4

Wateringen

HAVENGEBIED PLASPOELPOLDER

HAVENGEBIED PLASPOELPOLDER

Rijswijk

Ypenburg

A4

500m

A13

RIJSWIJK

Wateringen

HAVENGEBIED PLASPOELPOLDER

Winkelcentrum In de Boogaard

RIJSWIJK

A13

Wateringen Delft

A4

Delft Rotterdam

A4

A4

WATERINGEN

Delft Rotterdam

Delft Rotterdam

Delft Rotterdam

Delft Rotterdam

connection towards the conurbation of the hague

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Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Locatie in omgeving schaal

datum

variabel

19 december 2017

formaat

A4

Delft Rotterdam

spatial qualities of the local conurbation in rijswijk

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

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first working maquette provided with the first developments; mainly tower complexes that stay adjustable through the process of the urban masterplan

1. Plangebied

3. Bebouwd oppervlak

2. Percelen surface plan area:

surface plots:

Oppervlak plangebied: 205.836 m2

current cumulative Cumulatief footprints: footprints:

Oppervlak percelen: 121.650 m2

205.836 m2

48.800 m2 48.800 m2

121.650 m2

surface plaspoelpolder: Oppervlak Plaspoelpolder:

percentage surface plots compared to Percentage plan area:oppervlakte percelen:

1.121.943 m2

24% of het the plan area 24 % van gebied 600 m2/bvo 9 m2/bvo

357 m2/bvo

Capaciteit bebouwing: current building capacity:

6 m2/bvo

59%

1.121.943 m2

289 m2/bvo 2.250 m2/bvo

59 %

+/-117.560 m2/bvo +/- 117.560 m2

21.423 m2/bvo

2.400 m2/bvo

7.137 m2/bvo

1.560 m2/bvo

168 m2/bvo

626 m2/bvo

11.020 m2/bvo

2.050 m2/bvo

2.192 m2/bvo

705 m2/bvo

nvt m2/bvo

57 m2/bvo

1.156 m2/bvo

583 m2/bvo

3.317 m2/bvo

4.900 m2/bvo

1.440 m2/bvo

9 m2/bvo

559 m2/bvo

3.444 m2/bvo

36 m2/bvo

113 m2/bvo

5.988 m2/bvo

1.184 m2/bvo

10.156 m2/bvo

14 m2/bvo

10.080 m2/bvo 2.250 m2/bvo 9 m2/bvo

2.585 m2/bvo

112 m2/bvo

10 m2/bvo 10 m2/bvo

3 m2/bvo

17.747 m2/bvo

plan area

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied

studio Hartzema BV

schaal

datum

1:5000

10 oktober 2017

formaat

4. Kantoren/bedrijvigheid A4

Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

building plots in plan area

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied schaal

datum

1:5000

10 oktober 2017

6. 0-meting watertoets formaat

A4

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

current footprints in plan area

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied schaal

datum

1:5000

10 oktober 2017

formaat

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

10. Voorbeeldverkaveling BVO A4

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

peildatum 1 september 2016 offices: Kantoren:

Oppervlak water plangebied: surface water plan area:

7.700 m2 footprint 7.700 m2m2/gfo bebouwd +/- 47.000 Bedrijvigheid industrial activity:

6 m2/bvo

2.400 m2/bvo

11.020 m2/bvo

168 m2/bvo

626 m2/bvo

2.050 m2/bvo

2.192 m2/bvo

144.867 m2

1.440 m2/bvo

9 m2/bvo

21.064 m2/bvo 21.064 m2/gfo

4.662 m2/bvo

6.813 m2/bvo

Aantal m2 bvo laagwaardige bedrijvigheid:

22.813 m2/bvo

144.867 m2

4.900 m2/bvo

1.156 m2/bvo

17.400 m2/bvo

14.413 m2/bvo

626 m2/bvo

m2/gfo lq office space:

15.263 m2/bvo

28.739 m2/bvo

28.739 m2/gfo

12.091 m2/bvo

3.317 m2/bvo

15.835 m2/bvo

34.900 m2/bvo 32.904 m2/bvo

559 m2/bvo

3.444 m2/bvo

36 m2/bvo

Aantal m2 bvo hoogwaardige bedrijvigheid:

m2/gfo hq office space:

9.811 m2/bvo 18.302 m2/bvo

Oppervlak verhard plangebied:

705 m2/bvo

nvt m2/bvo

57 m2/bvo

583 m2/bvo

3.317 m2/bvo

35.872 m2

surface water plan area:

+/-70.560 m2/bvo

7.137 m2/bvo

1.560 m2/bvo

35.872 m2

41.100 m2 footprint m2 bebouwd +/-41.100 70.560 m2/gfo

2.250 m2/bvo

21.423 m2/bvo

16.855 m2/bvo

Oppervlak onverhard plangebied: surface water plan area:

357 m2/bvo

289 m2/bvo

380.173 m2/gfo 380.173 m2/bvo

25.097 m2

+/- 47.000 m2/bvo

600 m2/bvo 9 m2/bvo

Aantal m2 bvo wonen: m2/gfo housing:

25.097 m2

113 m2/bvo

5.988 m2/bvo

1.184 m2/bvo

21.650 m2/bvo

100.000 m2/bvo

10.156 m2/bvo

14 m2/bvo

10.080 m2/bvo

2.250 m2/bvo 9 m2/bvo

112 m2/bvo

10 m2/bvo

2.585 m2/bvo

10 m2/bvo

3 m2/bvo

17.747 m2/bvo

current gross floor area (gfo) in plan area

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied schaal

datum

1:5000

10 oktober 2017

formaat

A4

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

pavements in plan area for the water management

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied schaal

datum

1:5000

10 oktober 2017

formaat

A4

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

possible masterplan with the m2/gfo

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder

Calculatie plangebied schaal

datum

1:5000

20 december 2017

formaat

A4

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

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B Betonfabriek Harbour Village

C2

Indola-fabriek

A

Gemeentewerf Metamorfose

Harbour Village

C1 Elsenburg

D G

E F1 Sijthoff-center

F2

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33.7

11.1

4.0

2.0

3.5

3.5

57.7

5.0

5.2

6.1

2.4

3.4

9.8

4.2

4.1

3.3

3.4

2.8

49.5

burgemeester elsenlaan section

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder Profielen schaal

datum

1:1000

14 december 2017

formaat

A3 tekeningnummer

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

8.0

4.2

4.0

3.0

industriekade section

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder Profielen

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

schaal

datum

1:1000

14 dece

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

formaat

A3 tekeningnummer

4.8

24.0

4.0

8.5

2.0 2.1

3.5

20.1

jaagpad sijthoff section

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder Profielen schaal

datum

1:1000

13 december 2017

formaat

A3 0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

masterplan building plots

koopmansstraat section studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder Profielen

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

schaal

datum

1:1000

14 dece

formaat

A3

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

tekeningnummer

tekeningnummer

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

12.8

4.3

7.2

2.8

27.0 2.8 2.2

6.3

2.0 3.0

30.8

47.1

koopmansplein section

Havengebied Plaspoelpolder Profielen schaal

datum

1:1000

14 december 2017

formaat

A3 tekeningnummer

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

tinbergenstreet and highway section Havengebied Plaspoelpolder studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

Profielen schaal

datum

1:1000

14 december 2017

formaat

A3 tekeningnummer

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

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area in grey is editable for development

area is being sorted for building purposes, tower can be built within the dark pink area. developer also provides green public space

mass of the building site within the max plot height (red dot line)

the volume of the sacrificed public space area can be added in the height of the tower

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Rekenkundig:

the maxBouwveld plot height 24.200is m2determind by a rekenkundige capaciteit: plot slope that is at the lowest point fsi-3,5 72.600 m2 BVO 16,5 m and 50> m at the highest point

if you, a developer, in your>plot Openbare ruimteas minimaal 20% 4.840take m2 Bebouwing danto 4+1 laag maxpublic 20% space, > 4.840 the m2 outhoger space provide rules dictate that the sacrificed area can be added in height

gem. woninggrootte 100 m2 726 woningen 726 parkeerplaatsen bewoners 218 parkeerplaatsen bezoekers

Projectname adress & contact

12.091 m2/gfo 12.091m2 BVO 128 parking lots parkeerplaatsen 2128 stories

2 lagen

Projectname

14.413 m2/gfo 14.413m2 BVO 141 parking lots parkeerplaatsen 3141 stories

3 lagen

22.813 m2/gfo 22.813m2 BVO 212 parking lots parkeerplaatsen 4212 stories

4 lagen

schaal formaat

A?

Drawing name schaal

datum

1:???

00 month 0000

formaat

gewijzigd

A? tekeningnummer

0.51-DO-GE02 (optional)

tekeningnumm

0.51-DO-GE

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

4.662 m2/gfo 4.662m2 BVO 58 parking lots parkeerplaatsen 158 story

1 laag

gedeelde voorziening

allotment example in 2d Voorbeeldverkaveling: Bouwveld 24.200 m2 69.814 m2 BVO

building plot:

69.814 m2/gfo 754 parkeerplaatsen bewoners 754 parking lots

Openbare ruimte > 7.175 m2 Bebouwing hoger dan 4+1 laag > 2.685 m2

public space:

> 7.175 m2

buildings higher than 4+1 story:

> 2.685 m2

allotment example in 3d

this project was selected for an ‘de Architect ARC award 2019’ in the category ‘urban design’:

Projectname Client name adress & contact

Drawing name schaal

datum

1:???

00 month 0000

formaat

gewijzigd

A?

https://www.dearchitect.nl/projecten/arc19-havenkwartier-rijswijk-studio-hartzema 0.51-DO-GE02 (optional) tekeningnummer

Drawing 1:???

Client name adress & contact

Client name

15.835 m2/gfo 15.835m2 BVO 164 parking lots parkeerplaatsen 4164 stories 4 lagen shared facilities

at the given spots the masterplan dictates on what spots the highest towers may be developed

studio Hartzema BV Westblaak 49

NL-3012 KD Rotterdam

+31 10 281 07 51 mail@studiohartzema.com

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urbanization of the hoekse lijn location cities theme year firm client

hoekse lijn area schiedam, vlaardingen, maassluis, hoek van holland densification study 2019 rotterdam the hague metropolitan region municipalities alongside the hoekse lijn and board of south holland

The Hoekse Lijn is an old train track that was recently transformed to a metroline serving the Rotterdam area. The track heads from the city of Schiedam towards the beach at Hoek van Holland (from where the ferry to Harwich departs) and the line serves about 250.000 inhabitants. For my graduation I did a research about transit urbanism along this metro line commissioned by the Rotterdam The Hague metropolitan region. This partnership needed a research to the possibilities of building next to the metro stations. The results, urban masterplans designed by me showing these possibilities would function as a catalysator for the process of pushing these municipalities to the limits of transit urbanism. During this graduation research I designed, but I also brought the right people together to discuss this subject. The metropolitan region still profits from this research and sees it as a useful way to look at building new public transport lines.

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pictures of the showing up at 3 different work sessions that were organized by me

a total map of the hoekse lijn area, in the western conurbation of rotterdam, serving roughly 250.000 inhabitants

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1. the area arround the schiedam nieuwland station is being dominated by ‘lines’ such as waterways, a train track, wide streets and a highway

2. schiedam centre towards the north of the city do not flow into each other in a natural way, people live in separated neighbourhoods

area to be developed marked in red, purple are neighbourhood under construction 3. a lot of the green in de stations surroundings is undefined, the most of it does not function as public space and therefore makes the area unattractive

4. the area serves different functions such as a hospital, schools, sport facilities, shopping street and a spa complex

1. the area arround the metro station in vlaardingen centrum is in no way claimed by the city and therefore functions as an island in the city

2. the ‘metro island’ does not provide any plausible interraction between the city center and the river, industrial complexes deny this relationship as well

3. the routing from the river towards the city in red straight line, and a possible new connecten in red dot line

4. the area arround the station is quite iconic as there are historical warehouses and large industrial complexes, ready for transformation

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area to be developed marked in red, purple are industrial complex being redeveloped


ea marks a

ea marks an

11,3 ha 2 ha

surface of the area to be developed, to show the municipality what possibilities transit urbanism can offer them

schiedam nieuwland

vlaardingen centrum

2,2 ha

0,3 ha 3,5 ha 3 ha

surface of the area to be developed, to show the municipality what possibilities transit urbanism can offer them

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design of schiedam nieuwland station area responding to the oppurtunities and qualities

aerial

design of vlaardingen centrum station area responding to the oppurtunities and qualities

aerial

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skyline and urban masses

skyline and urban masses

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urban necessity - a new rubroek location city theme year

rubroek, crooswijk rotterdam, the netherlands research on urbanity, urban design 2019

I came up with this project by myself with the belief of what a good city is. A good city in my opinion is dense, recognizable with a clear structure, making people happy and good quality of public space with building mass as a counterpart of space. Rotterdam’s urban fabric is interesting as the city was bombed in the second world war and, unlike other cities, was rebuild from scratch in a different way then it was. The centre got a new rational design in the 40s and neighbourhoods such as Rubroek, Crooswijk and Kralingen were provided with living ideas of that time, not resulting in what is nowadays a good city. When you look at the map, Rotterdam almost naturally but in Rubroek the flow stops and awkward undefined spaces rise. That combined with the bad architecture, I always thought of making a totally new masterplan for this area in which urbanity is needed to maintain the prosperity of living in a city in an almost traditional way.

urban fabric of rotterdam shows a city with often has a clear structure with sightlines and ‘urban building masses’, the red line is the ‘brandgrens’, this is the line that marks until where the city was on fire after the second world war bombing

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google maps

google maps

the area of rubroek and kralingen-west was partly hit by bombs and fires and after fast rebuilding this part in the years ‘50, neighbourhoods got isolated from eachother and urbanity lost itself in not so clear structures

warande street

google maps

google maps

warande area

goudse rijweg area

goudse rijweg street

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google maps

google maps

slaak area

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google maps

ringersplaats/gerdesiaweg street

google maps

ringersplaats/gerdesiaweg area

slaak photo


1. the area as part of the rotterdam urban fabric

2. the iconical and historical buildings that should be included into the new masterplan

3. green axis such as the boezem, crooswijksesingel should maintain the flow in the new masterplan as well as new parks

4. the main routes that re-connect the new masterplan with the surrounding neighboorhoods such as north and centre

5. design of the new rubroek area provided with closed city blocks and streets that provide urban interraction

6. the new masterplan responds to the necessity urban districts that re-gain the togetherness in the city

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reference:de hoochstraat, mvsa architects reference:karres en brands, moscow ifc

urban axis of a street such as the goudse rijweg and pompenburg

dense urban street with seperated bicycle lanes, such as warande and vondelweg

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koschuch reference:sarphatistraat,

lower urban dense street such as the boezemlaan or lusthofstraat

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tiny tower kralingse plas location city theme year

kralingen rotterdam, the netherlands design of a tiny house 2019

To get a better understanding of the architectural process, a an urban designer, I decided to challenge myself to design a tiny house. This house had to be under 30 m2 surface. My concept started with the idea of making a stacked tiny house, almost slender, along the Rotterdam lake Kralingse Plas. Stacking the 30 m2 into a ‘tiny tower’, each floor would be 9 m2 (3x3). All the floors combined would take 27 m2, so I took 2 m2 extra by making a balcony and a foyer of 1 m2 each. After shifting the blocks it was possible to put in stairs in a normal way, these stairs are provided as a closet to store stuff away. The ground floor has the kitchen and the table. The first floor is the living room and has the toilet. The second floor is the bedroom, with balcony and a shower. In this design process I forced myself to bring up solutions for architectural problems I had to face as an unexperienced ‘architect’. Also did I forced myself to photoshop in a post digital way.

the site in 3d, 30 m2

by stacking the blocks you maximize the surrounding space to stay within nature

block shifting makes it possible to put in stairs in a normal way

by adding a balcony and a foyer you provide extra spaces

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site plan, the tiny tower marked in black

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south elevation

north elevation and the ‘closet stairs’

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north elevation

east elevation and the ‘closet stairs’


second floor

first floor

ground floor

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exterior drawing as seen from the lake

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interior drawing with view towards the skyline

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january 2020 hugo_plat@hotmail.com + 31 (0) 6 811 394 67 the netherlands

ATELIER HUGO PLAT

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portfolio hugo f plat | 2020 urban design  

selected works from 5 years at the study 'urban design and regional strategy'

portfolio hugo f plat | 2020 urban design  

selected works from 5 years at the study 'urban design and regional strategy'

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