Marseille Buiten at the Openbare Ruimte Plein

Marseille Buiten was at the Vakbeurs Openbare Ruimte on both days. We had our own stand at the Het Openbare Ruimte Plein which we designed. With the design of the square, we explained relevant themes in outdoor space. We enjoyed talking to all visitors about what is important in public space and what makes our profession so fascinating.

Dag van de Openbare Ruimte

On 5 and 6 October, the Jaarbeurs Utrecht will again host the Dag van de Openbare Ruimte. Central part of the event each year is het Plein. This is the heart of the exhibition and this year we designed it. The design subtly touches on the themes of paving, green, drainage, reuse and sustainability.

Jeroen in CRK Wageningen

From the 1st of September, Jeroen Marseille succeeds Rob Aben as landscape expert in Wageningen's Spatial Quality Committee. The CRK deals with current plan proposals within the municipality once a month.

Guard houses for the Exercitieplein in Ede

Contractor Smink Infra b.v. has beautifully laid out our Exercitieplein in Ede, and Wolbrink Nederland B.V. is now working on the icing on the cake: guard houses that refer to the military past of the place, but which are also play elements, seating and art objects.

Buitenwerk at Broese

Our book is out! In Buitenwerk, we give an insight into our projects and their realisation. With maps, sketches, photos and daily excerpts, the reader is given an insight into the process of creating public space. Buitenwerk is now also available at Broese Boekhandel on the Oude Gracht in Utrecht.

Festive opening Bisshop de Vetplein

Today five traditional and recent giants opened the Bisschop de Vetplein in Gilze. Alderman Corné Machielsen and Jeroen Marseille gave a short speech, and it is great to see how happy the residents and owners are with the new square.

Villa Johanna in the press

The garden behind Villa Johanna (De Stijl) in Nieuwegein has been beautifully realised. We are proud of the results. The new building was designed by IRIS architects. Architectenweb wrote an article about how the garden, interior and architecture reinforce each other.

Walk-in for the residents of Rijen

This week, Jeroen Marseille presented our final design for the layout of the Margriethal location to residents and stakeholders in Rijen. A residential block will be built in an existing wooded area, and a new sports hall will be built according to a design by diederendirrix.