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The newly developed Batavia Harbour at Lelystad
Netherlands

Urbanism is the specialty of the German architect Rob Krier, who signed for the urban plan of this area in Lelystad. The masterplan is overall developed with the Dutch architect-bureau Wissing. The plan includes a building with both living and business units, a large square and a totaly new marina.

Copyright: Hans molenkamp
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Uploaded: 27/08/2010
Updated: 09/03/2012
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Tags: urbanism; architecture; marina; lake; ijsselmeer; batavia haven; lelystad; space; new world
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