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PERSONAL Name Marit Anneliese Schavemaker Address Herninggade 13 5TV 2100 Copenhagen Date of birth May 10, 1993 Nationality Dutch Email maritschavemaker@live.nl Phone +31 6 13 68 47 92

EDUCATION 2016 - present Master of Science electives in Landscape Architecture and Climate Change University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen, Denmark (Transformation Studio, Urban Intervention Studio, Human Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability)

My name is Marit Schavemaker. I am from Haarlem, the Netherlands and grew up in a small village close to the beach. The environment - in the greatest sense - and its forces are fascinating me, especially water. Interest in the relation between people and their environment is reflected in the studies of landscape architecture & urbanism, they are a way to look at the world for me. I am curious how spaces and places can be improved, believing that cities are key for resolving urbanization and sustainability issues.

2015 - present Master of Science: Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences Track: Urbanism Technical University Delft - Delft, The Netherlands 2014 - 2015

Minor: Green Blue City Technical University Delft - Delft, The Netherlands

2011 - 2015 Bachelor of Science: Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning Major: Landscape Architecture Wageningen University - Wageningen, The Netherlands

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WORKING EXPERIENCE

SKILLS

2015 - 2016

Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Adobe Indesign AutoCAD Sketchup Handdrawing Modelbuilding Microsoft Office

Student Assistant for the EdX MOOC: Sustainable Urban Development (TU Delft, WUR, AMS) A worldwide course about the challenges cities of today are facing and the integration of different fields of knowledge within the metropolitan context. I have been supportive on building the course and moderating the forum. Link: https://www.edx.org/course/sustainable-urbandevelopment-discover-delftx-wageningenx-ams-urb-1x

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ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

INTERESTS

2014 - 2015

Secretary at Snow-committee of DROP Boardsports association in Delft. Together with five commissioners responsible for snowboard trips and monthly activities in relation to snowboarding.

Spring 2014

Volunteer at Paradise Surf Hostel in Baleal, Portugal. During my stay I helped the owner with general accommodation services, cleaning and customer care.

When I’m not exploring new places and cities, I like to do sports as surfing, snowboarding, swimming and running. Other interests of me are photography, cooking, (graphic) design, music and traveling.

Winter 2014

Child-minder and ski instructor at Michi’s Schischule in Gerlos, Austria.

2013 - 2014

Member of the Graphic committee of the Wageningen Student Association Ceres, responsible for posters, flyers and other graphic material.

2012 - 2013

Member of the editor group of the Wageningen Student Association Ceres, responsible for the lay-out of the magazine.

2011 - 2012

Member of the first-year-committee of the study association Genius Loci from Wageningen University, responsible for activities. 3

LANGUAGES Dutch English French German

Native Fluent Basic Basic


PROJECTS

towards a sustainable watermachine

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resilient urban spaces

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analysis of urban form

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strategy agrifood

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new nature

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towards a sustainable watermachine

strategy agrifood

resilient urban spaces new nature

analysis of urban form

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TO WAR D S A S U STAI NAB LE WATE R MAC H I N E Lammefjord - Odsherred, Denmark University of Copenhagen Transformation Studio 2016 (group work) The municipality of Odsherred became a Geopark in 2014, which is part of the Global Network of Geoparks. The Lammefjord is a major geo-site, because the landscape changed over time into this important area for Odsherred today, where the produce is the pride. However, the Geopark overlooks the environmental challenges the reclaimed landscape of the Lammefjord is facing, due to the intensive farming. What if we develop a sustainable environment in the Lammefjord by reworking the water system, would the farmers still prosper and would locals and tourist have better opportunities to enjoy the landscape?

LAMMEFJORD MAJOR GEO-SITE

Geological history

Protection

Cultural history

Local produce

Sustainability

Education

The focus of the Global Geopark Network is on promoting and preserving geosites and it is executed by a holistic approach of Protection, Sustainability and Education.

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SUSTAINABLE WATERMACHINE

WATER AS THE TOOL

Water Purification

Sustainable food production

Creating awareness

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Economic prosperity

Increase biodiversity

Recreational opportunities

Reduce land subsidence

Sustainable production

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Enhanced landscape accessibility

Reduce nitrate outflow

Fårevejle Kirkeby

Increase recreation

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Lammefjord (Isefjord) Summer house residence

Canal path

LAMMEFJORD WETLANDS Audebo Pumpstation

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Dragsholm Castle

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Ring canal

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Audebo plantage

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DESIGN GUIDELINES Open up historical ditches

Recreational paths

Sustainable farming

Fruits

Leaves

Roots

Legume

Smaller plot size

BROGAARD SUSTAINABLE FARMING

Crop rotation

No pesticides

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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DITCHES 1

The 1m wide ditches, draining the fields

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Ecological farming with enhanced accessibility, surface drainage and biodiversity The 3m wide ditches with small recreational path.

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The 5m wide ditches function with main recreational activities.

Brogaard sustainable farming centre with try-out farming, farm-shop, farm camping 9


DESIGN GUIDELINES Renaturalizing wetland zone

Recreational paths

Cleaning water

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Water transport delay

Oxygen input

Wider banks

Filtration plants

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LAMMEFJORDS WETLANDS

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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DITCHES 1

The canal is the most re-naturalised into a wetland with wide banks and filtering plants.

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Wetland area with enhanced water quality, biodiversity and accessibility The canal is re-naturalized and has the technical solution of gabions in the water to filter the water. People are invited into the area on boardwalks.

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Under the Route 21 highway the canal is very straight and contrasting with the re-naturalized area.

Audebo Pumpstation and museum, starting point for guided tours 11


R E S I LI E NT U R BAN S PAC E S â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;t Oude Noorden - Rotterdam The Netherlands

Technical University Delft Research&Design Studio 2015-2016 (individual) The neighbourhood â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;t Oude Noorden in Rotterdam North is facing different social problems related to background and housing conditions. Besides, it is facing different climate related problems. Heavy rainfalls are affecting the area more and more, as well as the urban heat island effect. A more resilient urban space means a combination of implementations regarding the social and ecological layers. It will bring the people closer to the environment. Urban Green Infrastructure will be the tool to improve the ecological layer and influence the social layer.

Impression of the multifunctional water retention area. 12


Resilience in public space

Ecological layer

Social layer

Urban green infrastructure Senses

Weather conditions

Urban Green Infrastructure

Climate affection

Stormwater management Vegetation

Senses

Pavement Roofing over

The senses are stimulated by the weather conditions, which are influenced by Urban Green Infrastructure. This makes Urban Green Infrastructure multifunctional.

Urban Green Infrastructure bringing the social and ecological layer closer. 13


Masterplan â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;t Oude Noorden

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Implementations of Urban Green Infrastructure within the neighbourhood. Streets are transformed with either bioretention strips or vegetation strips/boxes. Also pavement changed depending on the possibilities. The footballfield will be a multifunctional area with a roofing over.

Stormwater management

Pavement

Bioretention strips or ponds, alternately with benches

Biking street, cars as guests, bump in middle of the street

Bioretention strips, covered with benches

Permeable pavement, stones and grass

Bioretention strips with grasses

Stepping stones and grass in front of building

Vegetation

Roofing over Multifunctional area

Vegetation strips, set in the street

When sunny, it gets a roof and opens up

Vegetation or plant boxes, flexible to move

When cloudy, it is the normal footballfield

Vegetation to the wall of public buildings or closed facades

When rainy, it gets a roof (and opens up)

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Section Johan Idaplein with multifunctional footballfield.

Principle of the roofing over the football field.

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Plant boxes with scented vegetation Lavender, Eucalyptus

Detail corner Johan Idastraat.

Usefull and healthy plants Hyssop, Rosemary

Flexible and moveable chairs, move when the weather changes

Changes with the seasons Robinia Pseudoacacia

Materialization and experiences. 17

Umbrella-like street furniture Providing shadow and lighting

Bioretention strip grasses Miscanthus Sinensis


ANALYSIS OF URBAN FORM Dordrecht The Netherlands Technical University Delft Research&Design Studio 2015 (individual) A collection of drawings explain how the city of Dordrecht is organized, the development, the systems, the social and economic fabric and the form. The analysis is based upon four different perspectives: -the idea of the open city; -the idea of the city as an urban landscape; -the design of urban form:typo-morphology; -the idea of the city as a complex system. The final part includes an alternative and artistic way of looking at the city, with the eye as a metaphor.

Connectivity between different landmarks and public spaces.

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The open city

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Views while walking through the historical inner city

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The urban landscape

Water way crossing dike

Agriculture crossing dike

Two different borders of the city, shown in different perspectives.

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Bird-eye drawing of the border with agricultural land crossing the dikes

Bird-eye drawing of the border with a water way crossing the dike 21


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Old city centre Old settlements & ribbons 1st expansion <1900 Pre-war expansion Post-war expansion Cauliflower neighbourhood Built after 1990 Other (industry, hospital)

The streetpatterns of the city, with five highlighted neighbourhood patterns along the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Provincial roadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Urban development over time with five types of buildings highlighted. 22


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The five highlighted neighbourhood patterns/buildings are elaborated in a scheme which shows their differences in detail. The relation between building and space is shown on several levels. 23

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Different systems within the city, showing a network on its own.

The city as a complex system

Commercial services Leisure (sports, nature)

Living

Production (industry, farms)

Non-commercial services

Knowledge (education, work) Leisure (sports, nature)

Living

Commercial services

Production (industry, farms)

Knowledge (education, work)

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Subsystems within the city based on proximity.


The eye as the metaphor for the city of Dordrecht The city of Dordrecht as an eye. The city is experienced by the eye. The views from quays and dikes and other historical elements in current settings form an image of the city. The history is a base layer for different developments on open city, urban landscape and typomorphology. They form the reality we see. The eye is the connector between the reality and the brains. Network systems go beyond the eye because we know they exist without being visible. Our own perception is our vision of this reality.

CITY network systems

history

open city urban landscape typomorphology

REALITY

BRAINS

perception

Transformed form

Dealing with floods 25

PERSON

From brigh to shadowed over time


STRATE GY AG R I F O O D Region Zwolle - Meppel - Kampen The Netherlands TU Delft, Research&Design Studio 2015 (group work and individual part) Agrifood sector - the system of food production, processing and consumption The region of Zwolle is emerging with economic and demographic growth. The region is characterized by its agricultural identity, its main cities (Zwolle, Kampen and Meppel) and its delta landscape. The region suggests a lot of diversity in its landscape formation and economies, however they are monofunctional and work alongside eachother making the region vulnerable for future changes. The region should become more divers and resilient. The lacking relationship between the cities and the landscape can be reinforced by changing the current agrifood sector. Agriculture will become part of the daily system of the region; strengthening and contributing to the overall experience of the region.

The current and future landscape, which is transfored by scale enlargement, organic farms, multifunctional agriculture and innovative agriculture.

Social

AGRIFOOD

Quality of life

Leisure

Quality of life

Leisure

Environment

Knowledge

Economic

Knowledge

The Agrifood concept: knowledge, leisure and quality of life as link between economic, social and environment. 26


The spatial strategy: Agrifood as link between city and landscape. 27


Helmhorst Landwijk Boschwijk

Three estates

Relation city-park and estates

Concept: city-park and estates connected

Network of estates Bridge

Tunnel

THE ESTATE EXPERIENE

Cross-over

The agrifood strategy is developed using old estates around the city of Zwolle. They form together with the new estate in the city-park an estate network, connecting city with the landscape. The estates will have additional functions and values related to agrifood, collaborating with institutions around.

Estates

Care institutions

Knowledge institutions Route makes network physical

Additional functions and values for the estates,

around the theme agrifood

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Collage of the estates and activities.

workshops market

education central point

recreation agriculture

care Park Weezelanden

small scale production

orchard

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shop restaurant Boschwijk


N E W NATU R E

Rotterdam

Kop van Schouwen, Zeeland The Netherlands

Dordrecht

Wageningen University Regional Studio 2014 (individual) Schouwen-Duiveland has to defend itself against the rising sea level and climate extremes, especially the popular holiday destination ‘Kop van Schouwen’. Dynamic coastal management will enlarge the freshwater storage by rewetting the dune area and simultaneously increasing the landscape with ecological value. The tourists will enjoy the new recreational network in the high qualified ‘Kop van Schouwen’.

Breda Roosendaal Bergen op Zoom

Antwerpen Brugge

Gent

The island within context: delta area and holiday destination

Recreational network

Groundwater that has passed an oxic valley ground Groundwater that has not passed an oxic valley ground yet infiltration

Landscape with high ecological value

seepage

Freshwater storage

Research study in continious waterflow principle, a way to enlarge the freshwater storage below the dune area.

Layered concept 30


Viewpoint in the dunes

Eco-lodges at the border of the forest, with the recreational lake in front Dunes without bushes will be blown away by the wind The forest is partly removed, North and South hills will be created with help of native species Before After

Soil will be digged out, open retention water and valley will be developed. The freshwater basin will become bigger. Tree lines are a clear division between dune and polder View from access roads in the dunes Boardwalk through the dunes with a viewpoint by the lake Eco-lodges located at the border of the forest, next to a recreational lake

Design principles

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Marit Schavemaker +31 6 13 68 47 92 maritschavemaker@live.nl

Urbanism and Landscape Architecture Portfolio 2016  

Selection of projects from my study at University of Copenhagen, TU Delft and Wageningen University

Urbanism and Landscape Architecture Portfolio 2016  

Selection of projects from my study at University of Copenhagen, TU Delft and Wageningen University

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