CAS VAN SON
The Kruisstraat is designed for the cyclist and the car has been a guest for years. Yet
according to official research there was still a need for speed restriction to improve the safety
from the street. Because of that Eindhoven installed 4 ‘bikefriendly’ speed bumps in
september 2017. In advance the opinions were already mixed. Now, half a year later we can
reflect if the situation improved or not. And that is why we ask you, as the daily visitor of the
Kruisstraat to answer this question.
Choose a white bike light if you think that the safety improved or choose a red bike light
when you do not agree with this.
Eindhoven still grows. The municipality of Eindhoven lost their ‘fear of height’ and sees skyscrapers as a possibility for the growing city to keep it’s liveable and open character. Thats why the new construction plans of Eindhoven are dominated by residential and office towers.
Eindhoven, the Manhattan next to the Dommel? Some people love it and others are concerned.
Eindhoven wants to reach for the sky but what do you want?
Do — I don’t care - Don’t do it
LICHT OP DE KRUISSTRAAT
Eindhoven is one of the most green cities of the Netherlands. The municipality of Eindhoven states their ambitions and investment plans in the green policy plan. With these plans they want to create an even more attractive green Eindhoven for their inhabitants, visitors and investors. The policy plan also incorporates the quality of life by dedicating some pages on the improvement of air quality and biodiversity and this should also make the city more resilient agains heavy rising temperature or extreme rain.
Your (possible-future) garden is a tiny piece of Eindhoven that is all yours to compose, decorate and maintain. By choosing and placing six tiles together with our ‘gardeners’ you can indicate the balance between grey and green in your ideal garden. Eindhoven the greenest?
EINDHOVEN DE GROENSTE!
A METHOD TO TALK WITH NEIGHBOURS AND TO CREATE A MONUMENT OF PUBLIC OPINION
Using the methodology of URBAN POLLING I bring current local issues back to the streets, where people really meet. Through installations and mini-events, people are challenged to share their opinion and engage in conversation.
Urban Polling facilitates dialogue, and playfully contributes to a more durable and sustainable involvement amongst citizens.
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