07-06-2011 Symposium Rijnhavenpark

On the 17th of June a symposium will be held about the Rijnhaven park. The Rijnhaven park is an innovative and creative design for a floating city park in the ports of Rotterdam. The vision and plan are developed by students of INHolland, Hotelschool The Hague and Wellantcollege in close collaboration with DeltaSync.

You can register for the event on the website: www.rijnhavenpark.nl. Here you will also find the program, information on the speakers and more information. Participation is free.





20-11-2013 Study Water Demand in Urban areas

Photo: Tineke Dijkstra/Hollandse Hoogte, Beeldbank Deltaprogramma

In recent months, DeltaSync was commissioned by the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment to perform a study on the water demand of urban areas. In particular this concerns the additional water demand...[more]



18-11-2013 TEDxTalk Rutger de Graaf online

This week the TEDx video of Rutger de Graaf was published online. In this video he is talking about the need of floating cities.

Most of the bigger cities in the world are located along the coast. Every day around 150.000 people move to the city. This means that in 2100 4.5...[more]


04-10-2013 Seasteading Crowdfunding Campaign Ends Successfully!

The crowdfunding campaign launched by Seasteading Institute was a huge success, thanks to all 291 contributors who helped smash the $20,000 goal and bring the dream of creating the first floating city one step closer. Check out the project on Indiegogo or read more about it in...[more]



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