OTO is conducting ongoing research into new perspectives for our rural landscape and foodsystems. This research by design is now featured in publications of Delta Atelier/AWB and College van Rijkdsadviseurs showing Startup Farm and Hoeve de Waterkant as inspiring examples.
OTO is selected to redesign ZLM gardens. Our proposal aims to transform a fragmented and car-dominated area into a green campus with spaces for pedestrians, gardens, water and ecology. By doing so this area will function as a green link between landscape and city.
Park Ter Walle latest construction update shows the path, skatebowl, finse piste and parking in progress. Construction: Seru (park) and Nine Yards (skatepark), management by Atelier Ruimtelijk Advies. We are looking forward to the new trees and flowering meadows.
OTO landscape architecture is, together with B-architects, preselected to work on housing block and courtyard in Antwerp. We are looking forward to this project.
OTO landscape architecture will transform Damsterplein into a green, attractive and climate adaptive square. This transformation will open up new perspectives for this underused square which is currently coping with problems related to heat stress, water, safety and pollution caused by traffic. The proposal show a transformation into a lush green square as central meeting place in this part of Groningen.
OTO presents proposal for Landgoed Gravenstein which contains a community garden combined with care and a tiny housing development. More info soon.
What kind of new sustainable logistic landscapes can we imagine? And how will they perform? OTO will be working on this challenge and results will be presented at the Landscape Triennale this year. For this research by design we will team up with Buro Moon and C-A-S.
Can climate change be the inspiration for new typologies? OTO starts a feasability study to combine a waterhouderij and receational facility. We will investigate the potential of new combinations between land use and waterstorage above and underground.