Bijlmerpark, a urban park in Southeast Amsterdam, was redesigned by Carve, in collaboration with Marie-Laure Hoedemakers.
A little context from Landzine:
The Bijlmerpark is the main park in Amsterdam’s Southeast district “Bijlmermeer”. This 1960s and 1970s modernistic suburb of Amsterdam, characterized by high-rise residential’s and disjunctive infrastructural networks for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists where services and facilities were few and far between, had developed numerous social problems by the end of the 1980s. Radical, integral restructuring process was initiated. The renewal of the Bijlmerpark is the final chapter in this process.
The images shown are of one component of a larger play complex. To see the remainder of the project and Landzine’s full profile of the project, click here.