A Neighbourhood Rises from the Ashes: Roombeek
(Harry den Hartog) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 268-270
On 13 May 2000 the Dutch city of Enschede was shaken by a a catastrophic fireworks disaster. Soon after the disaster a development plan was drawn up under the direction of urban planner and architect Pi de Bruijn. About two-thirds of the plan has now been implemented.
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