Hypoloop transport station proposal, Meuse-Rhine Euroregion the Netherlands/Germany

Architectural thinking requires to think about things holistically; seeing how changes in one domain impact other domains; understanding interdependence; leveraging chaos, complexity and emergence. Architecture operates on the brink of prediction and uncertainty; between the big picture and personal viewpoints; between planned and emergent change; between globalisation and localisation. 

This approach requires a wide pallet of skills and activities to be used selectively and accordingly. amongst them are: 

  • Applied Research
  • Transition by design
  • Placemaking
  • Storyboarding
  • Spatial planning
  • Research by design
  • Strategy
  • Project management
  • Ideation
  • Keynote speaking
  • Creative facilitation
  • Customer Journey
  • Mindmapping
  • SWOT
  • Brain- writing/storming
  • Infographics
  • Interviews