Piraeusplein 37 / Amsterdam / 1019 NM Netherlands
Strubben Kniphorstbosch is the largest archaeological national monument of The Netherlands. It was managed as a nature reserve and MoD grounds, therefor the layout is rugged with lots of forestry. Now the entire 295 hectares is owned and managed by the National Forest Service of The Netherlands. A development and management plan has been drawn up for the entire area of Strubben Kniphorstbosch. A landscaping architectural assignment which focuses on the image. Differences and contrast between nature and culture are dramatized. Both the vastness as well as the tremendous time-scale of this landscape, provide it with a grandness which extends well beyond beauty alone. In cooperation with NovioConsult.