1960s for city transformation
In the 1960s architects started a radical revolution as a reaction on modernism. Their visions seem to promise openness, participation and vitality. An investigation in five 1960s projects, gave me insight in how their visions are still valid and usable for the current assignment of city transformation. I created tools for city transformation to achieve
an open network on both urban and architectural scale. The utopian structures are totalitarian, while today we are able to fanthom large structures that we can intervene where it is necessary. Therefore the order should be able to change.