MVRDV Partner and Head of Department Fokke Moerel addresses the topic of urban renewal and social impact by presenting a series of MVRDV projects that regenerated the cities they are placed in. Element Urban Talks is an event that brings into discussion the conscious act of designing the human environment. Architects, landscape architects, urban planners, designers, city officials and activists come together to share ideas about urban development strategies, transportation, technology, and how to tackle the future challenges our cities will face. Read more about the event in here.
MVRDV Partner and Head of Department Fokke Moerel was one of the first architects to join MVRDV in 1998. She leads projects with a focus on public and cultural works, transformations and interior design all around the globe. Fokke has completed award-winning designs such as the Baltyk office tower in Poznan, Poland, the Book Mountain Library in Spijkenisse and the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam.