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Taking Back Housing!
4 May
On the 16th of October, we co-hosted the international symposium Taking Back Housing! together with the Independent School for the City. During the online symposium, speakers from the Netherlands and abroad talked about the challenges of (...)

Michelle Provoost wins Rotterdam Maaskant Award
26 March
The International New Town Institute is ecstatically happy but not at all surprised that our Director Michelle Provoost is this year’s laureate of the biannual Rotterdam Maaskant Award. Every other year the prestigious award is given to a person (...)

The Dalang School of Life
2 December 2020
Dalang Fever 3 consisted of research, an exhibition at the 2019 Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture and a workshop. A multidisciplinary science and design team from both the Netherlands and China came together during a four-day online (...)

Taking Back Housing!
22 June 2020
On 16 October 2020, The International New Town Institute will organise the 4th edition of the International New Town Day in cooperation with the Independent School for the City. Taking Back Housing! International New Town Day 2020 will consist (...)

Dalang Fever 3 at the Urbanism Biennale in Shenzhen
16 December 2019
INTI presents a project at the 8th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen: Dalang Fever 3. This project is a continuation of the research and exhibitions on the same area in Shenzhen, presented at two previous editions of (...)

New Towns, Arrival Cities - Same Same but Different
16 December 2019
This film features six old and new generation pioneers in New Towns across Western Europe. Although the cities differ in many ways, they all experience challenges due to increasing migration of foreign workers, refugees or asylum seekers. The (...)

A Manual
11 September 2019
In the light of the present building boom in Africa, INTI has researched the quality of the urban plans for New Towns on the continent, which often leaves a lot to be desired. To critique the many shortcomings of these masterplans is easy, but (...)

New Towns, Arrival Cities
2 September 2019
As New Towns across Europe experience changing dynamics due to increasing migration of foreign workers, refugees, asylum seekers and international students, among others, “New Towns, Arrival Cities” approaches these cities as potential (...)

Utopian Radicalism
2 September 2019
On the invitation of Milton Keynes we programmed a day during the Festival of Cultural Urban Living which is taking place from September 23rd to October 13th and is curated by RaumlaborBerlin. During that period, Midsummer Boulevard in central (...)

Dutch New Towns / Groeikernen
29 August 2019
[english version below] Dit programma, dat INTI in samenwerking met de Rijksdienst voor Cultureel Erfgoed is gestart, onderzoekt hoe jong erfgoed een positieve rol kan spelen in de ruimtelijke ontwikkeling van de Nederlandse New Towns, de (...)

New Town Heritage: Exploring the Boundaries Seminar – report
17 April 2018
On the 22nd and the 23rd of March 2018 the International New Town Institute in Rotterdam hosted the New Town Heritage: Exploring the Boundaries seminar. This two-day seminar discussed the future of New Towns and New Town history in one excursion (...)

New Towns Heritage:
Exploring Boundaries
8 February 2018
The International New Town Institute (INTI) and the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have the pleasure of inviting you to our upcoming seminar “New Towns Heritage: Exploring Boundaries”. The seminar is funded by the AHRC as part of a (...)

INTI’s exhibition at the Biennale in Shenzhen presents the results of urban planning workshops in Guangming
21 December 2017
INTI’s exhibition “Checklist or Reality Check? Research by design in Guangming New Town” will open on December 23 at the seventh Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture (UABB) in China, which is themed “Cities Grow in Difference”. Curated by (...)

“Nova Caximba”: new planning strategy for Curitiba’s informal settlement
21 December 2017
INTI was in Curitiba, Brazil during December 4-8 for a New Town Lab that developed a future scenario for the city’s southern informal settlement Caximba. Curitiba, a middle-sized city located in the south of Brazil, is known as a textbook example (...)

How Milton Keynes (UK) is accommodating its growing migrant population
21 December 2017
During November 22-23, INTI was in Milton Keynes for the first of five meetings as part of the New Towns Arrival Cities project. Initiated as a platform for New Towns to learn from each other’s experience with accommodating rapidly growing and (...)

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