Therapeutic care farm Chatillion | Surinam

In cooperation with the ministry for public works of Surinam and commissioned by RIKa Surinam a plan for a therapeutic care farm has been developed. The urban plan and visualization of the area […]

A facelift for the Market Square of Nuremberg

Next to renowned offices such as WES&Partner, LATZ + PARTNERS, Levin/ Monsingny, and Schegk, Stijlgroep landscape and urban design has participated in the competition for the Main Market and Fruit Market (Haupt- und […]

No Man’s Land / Every Mans Land

Feijenoord (Rotterdam/ The Netherlands): a lively neighbourhood Abandoned, neglected unused dreary, bleak and gray or overgrown, impenetrable, inaccessible A lot of urban brown fields present themselves that way but in truth are those […]

Development scheme in a sensitive landscape

Recently Stijlgroep has made the next “big step” in one of our leading development schemes; for the 26 ha large area “De tuinen van Hernesse” (The gardens of Hernesse) in the Netherlands we […]

Trees as street lighting

In the future there might be another way of street lighting! The use of LED lighting for the public space will have a competitor. Inject the leaves of a tree with nano-particles and […]

Across the border

Since a few months we are busy to explore the German market in order to make a first step in direction of our east neighbours. Since I started working at Stijlgroep seven months […]

LED lighting

There are only a couple of weeks left before the first highway worldwide will be seen in a new light: LED lighting elements along the A44. In times where all, governmental institutions as […]