Amsterdam Donought city

Amsterdam wants to be a flourishing, innovating and inclusive city for all its residents, respecting planetary boundaries. Using the concept of the donought economy by Kate Raworth it wants to [...]

Amsterdam’s donought economy

This item of the American PBS News Hour shows how the city of Amsterdam is embracing the theory of the donought economy by Kate Raworth. Marieke van Doorninck, elderman of sustainability, is [...]

Tight Ship

‘A group of like-minded residents turn an uninviting stretch of canal in Amsterdam into an energy-independent floating community.’ Read about Schoonschip in this Dwell article (issue [...]

Floating on the water

An item of the German Deutsche Welle featuring Schoonschip, for Eco India: Dutch architects have created a floating neighborhood named Schoonschip, or “Clean Ship”. It’s built entirely on [...]

Besser geht immer

In this German report Astrid Frohloff is looking for new attractive and affordable ways of living. She passed by at Schoonschip and spoke with Sascha Glasl, resident and architect at Space & [...]

In the streets of

AT5, our local tv station made a visit They took a look at the house of Schoonschippers Wouter, Bart and Matthijs. You can watch the item (in Dutch) here.    

Floating architecture is booming

26 december 2017 For an inspiring article on floating architecture on Wallpaper, click here! Schoonschip is also mentioned. “Space & Matter is involved in developing a new sustainable [...]