The 15-minute city is planned in a way that all necessary facilities can be accessed by foot or per bike in 15 minutes. Think about supermarkets, sport facilities, healthcare, education, recreation and work locations etc. The quality of life in the city is thus improved with proximity as the starting point. But what does this mean for the planning of the public space? And what do citizens think is important regarding facilities and the planning of their city? Bygg Architecture & Design will ask them. In the coming period, they will start visualising these ideas in such a way that Eindhoven citizens (and visitors of Dutch Design Week) can reflect on them. These insights can then be applied in practice.
As an architecture firm, Bygg Architecture & Design builds the world of tomorrow. They focus on complex spatial issues while utilising existing social structures. Based on their belief that beautiful design and optimal functionality should be accessible to a wide audience, they think about sustainably available materials and their components. Examples of projects are The Circular Expedition and Luchtbrug Einhoven