Our cities are increasingly defined by the dynamics of temporary inhabitants: expats, refugees, international students and migrant workers are moving in and out. How can cities better adapt to this phenomenon, that has always shaped and defined urban development but will even more do so in the future?
A City of Comings and Goings is an international research and development project supported by EFL Foundation and BPD developers.

During the post war period, modernist urban planning was seen by both capitalist as communist countries as an instrument of Cold War politics, embodying values and ideology. Cities in the new nation states in Africa, Asia and Latin America were planned and/or designed with support of the USSR or the USA, to win over populations. By unraveling case studies from all parts of the world, the ambiguous and fascinating story of new cities and their mile high social and political ambitions unfolds.
New Towns on the Cold War Frontier is an ongoing research and book project by Crimson & INTI.

Is Rotterdam echt de bruisende hotspot voor architectuur waar internationaal alle ogen op gericht zijn? En wat betekent dat voor de toekomst?

22 December 2016 - Michelle Provoost - Ter gelegenheid van de uitreiking van de Rotterdamse Architectuurprijs 2016
18 March 2016 – article by Wouter Vanstiphout and Michelle Provoost
15 November 2013 – article by Wouter Vanstiphout
1 May 2013 – Historians and the Mediterranean as a Political Project – article by Wouter Vanstiphout
26 March 2013 – article by Wouter Vanstiphout
1 March 2013 – Article by Michelle Provoost
22 November 2012 – article by Wouter Vanstiphout
5 September 2012 – article by Michelle Provoost
3 July 2017 - Bouw- en Cultuurhistorisch onderzoek en waardestelling
Industriegebouw Goudsesingel
23 April 2017 - Bouw- en cultuurhistorisch onderzoek
Station Hengelo
14 March 2017 - Bouw- en Cultuurhistorisch onderzoek en waardestelling
Heilige Familiekerk
15 February 2017 - Cultuur- en bouwhistorische waardenstelling