BOOM wins tender nature inclusive neighbourhood

We won! Our design for a green, bee buzzing, bio-diverse neighbourhood has been selected as winning proposal. A winning entry is made by a winning team! Developer BPD put the team together after which BOOM Landscape intensively and successfully worked together with Marc Koehler Architects and Tom van Tuijn.  Read more >

Sluisbuurt published in Yearbook

Sluisbuurt, the mixed-use urban design of 30 ha. on a manmade island East of Amsterdam Centre, has been published in the Yearbook of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism 2017. Read more >

Royal visit Nagele

His Royal Majesty King Willem-Alexander will visit the village of Nagele on the 29th of June. The public space at the centre of the village, designed by BOOM Landscape, has recently been completed. The King and the Queen of the Netherlands are going to have a look how the renovation of the houses designed in the fifties and the new public space of this unique modernistic village has been executed. Read more >

BOOM designs two waterfront boulevards at Albanian Riviera

We have won the tender for making the design for two boulevards at the undiscovered Albanian Riviera! BOOM Landscape will be responsible for making the design of the boulevards that together have a length of over 3000 meter at the shore of the villages Dhermi and Jalë. We collaborate with Cityförster and our local partner is DEA-studio. The project wil be inaugurated before the 2017 holiday season starts. Read more >

New address BOOM Landscape

BOOM Landscape moved to it's new office and can be contacted by using our new telephone number. Please update our contact details: BOOM Landscape KNSM-Laan 293 NL-1019 LE Amsterdam +31 20 2357 404 Read more >

Cape Square selected for Yearbook 2016

Cape Square Durrës [Albania] has been selected for the Yearbook Landscape Architecture and Urbanism  2016. Cape Square is designed by BOOM Landscape in collaboration with Cityförster.  The yearbook contains best practice projects in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism and will be published in November '16. Read more >

BOOM selected for NATO site Brussels [BE]

Our strategy and plan of approach has been selected as the winner! The selection concerns the assignment of a Urban Development Strategy for a former NATO-site of 90 hectare (222 acres) in Brussels. The site is located between historical city centre, the EU-quarter and Brussel Airport and has all the potential to become a new vibrant urban district. 1010, Güller Güller, BCI and BOOM Landscape are the members of the winning team and will collaborate the next two years for this project. Read more >

BOOM designs square ‘Coninckplein’ [BE]

1010 architecture urbanism & BOOM Landscape have been selected to make the design for a square in Roeselare in Belgium. The square, called De Coninckplein, is located in the city hart and has to be transformed from a parking lot to a green lively square. Read more >

Yassam Valley Park awarted [TR]

Out of twenty-two entrees, the proposal of BOOM Landscape & ABOUTBLANK has been awarded with the third price. The proposal includes an urban strategy, three multi use bridges and a park design in the district Beylikdüzü in the metropolitan area of Istanbul. Read more >

Canopy Villa Park nominated

Canopy Villa park has been nominated for the 'Dirk Roosenburg' award 2015. The biennial award promotes to improve the building environment of the region of Eindhoven. The winner will be announced  on the 23th of October at the museum of contemporary art 'Van Abbemuseum'. Read more >

BOOM lectures and presentations

Tuesday the 24th of March BOOM Landscape will present its work in high speed (20x20 seconds) at CASA in Arnhem. The line up of the evening is an impressive and versatile selection out of the creative industry. More information by using this link Read more >

Railway underpass soon to be delivered

The Railway Underpass designed by BOOM Landscape in Maastricht will soon be delivered. The underpass connects two districts at the North of the city of Maastricht and and is part of a bigger masterplan to revitalize the area. BOOM Landscape collaborated with Bureau B+B, Urbis, and Arcadis. The light-art walls under the bridge are designed by Michiel Kluiters. Read more >

‘Cape Square’ under construction [AL]

Cape Square in Durrës, Albania, is under construction. The construction has tree stages, the first stage, the foundation of the cape, has been finished. Soon the second stage will be under construction. BOOM Landscape made the design for the boulevard, the square, the cape and the green zones in collaboration with CityFörster. Read more >


BOOM Landscape's work 'Landscapes of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area 2040' has been published in 'Maak Ruimte' (Make Space). A publication about 12 inevitable spatial tasks for the Netherlands. Download the publication or order a free copy by using this link Read more >

BOOM designs ‘Cape Square’ Waterfront Durrës [AL]

BOOM Landscape is designing in collaboration with Cityförster a waterfront square in the city of Durrës, at the Albanian coast. The centrally located vacant space of 10.000 sq m with a view over the Adriatic Sea is currently not in use but has an evident potential. Read more >

BOOM wins tender in Antwerp [BE]

BOOM Landscape has been selected to make a structural plan for two villages in the metropolitan area of Antwerp. BOOM Landscape successfully tendered for the project with 1010 Architecture & Urbanism and Architectuuratelier Ambiorix. The structural plan will be developed together with policy makers, inhabitants and different stake holders. The plan will be the frame work for future spatial developments such as urbanism, recreation, ecology and industry. Read more >

BOOM Landscape at longlist Prix de Rome

'The Prix de Rome is the oldest and most prestigious award in the Netherlands for artists under the age of 40. The award dates back to 1808 when Louis Napoleon introduced the Prix de Rome in the Netherlands to promote the arts. Although the award adopted various guises over the years, the aim has always been to trace talented artists and promote their further development and visibility. Read more >

BOOM exhibited in Moscow [RU]

At this moment work of BOOM Landscape is exhibited at the museum of Architecture in Moscow. According to the Museum website, ‘The exhibition is dedicated to contemporary landscape architecture in the Netherlands and presents innovative solutions for the development of complex natural environments.... Read more >

BOOM designs Court of the Future at Justice Forum

BOOM Landscape has teamed up to develop a design strategy for a court of the future witch will be presented at the Innovating Justice Forum. The complete team consists of byBali, Eelco Hoeke en Daniël Leenders, the teams have been selected by GRAS. Read more >

BOOM tenders for square in Zwanenburg

BOOM Landscape has been selected to tender for making the design of the new centre square in Zwanenburg, a village near Amsterdam. We were invited by Moke Architecten to enforce the team in the final stage of the tender. The square is located at the main street of the village and a stepping stone to the village park. The complete programme of the project consists of designing a new town hall, community centre, library and the village sport centre, al combined in one building and situated at the new square. We are in the last stage of the tender and competing with four other teams. Read more >

BOOM at Beijing Design Week

Philomene van der Vliet will be one of the experts developing strategies for a sustainable urbanisation in China. The workshops, 'Towards 2050', organised by office Venhoeven CS unites Dutch and Chinese professionals active in the field of urban development with private individuals and government bodies. Read more >

byBali @ Dutch Design Platform: ‘Nederland wordt anders’

ByBali has been selected in December 2012 for the Dutch Design Platform 'Nederlandwordtanders'. The online website, once set up by former State Architect Liesbeth van der Pol and continued by State Architect Frits van Dongen, is a platform for progressive professional and innovative projects in spatial planning. Read more >

BOOM at Exhibition Arcam ‘From Gate tot Gate’

The fastest way from A to B is a straight line. This is certainly the case for the landscape between the 'Haarlem Gate' in Amsterdam and the 'Amsterdam Gate' in Haarlem. The multitude of spheres along this fascinating, straight route of less than twenty kilometers, will be outlined with photographs, films, models and maps in the ARCAM exhibition "From Gate to Gate." Read more >

BOOM shortlisted for Landscape Park Belgium

BOOM landscape has been shortlisted along with two other teams to design a landscape park and an education centre at a nuclear waste depot in Belgium. ‘Vlaams Bouwmeester’, the Flemish Government Architect, organized the open call for submissions. Read more >