Feyenoord City, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Detailed Masterplan

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Abstract

n collaboration with the football club and the municipality of Rotterdam, OMA has developed the Feyenoord City Masterplan, introducing a new 63,000-seat stadium that will function as catalyst for the urban development of Rotterdam Zuid, one of the neighborhoods of the city in need of rejuvenation and economic injection. After careful consideration of three potential project sites, a location at the waterfront, northwest to the neighborhood De Veranda, was selected. OMA’s masterplan for Feyenoord City consists of five main elements: a new and larger stadium for Feyenoord, renovation of De Kuip, and development of the Urban Bridge, the Strip and the Kuip Park.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationRotterdam
PublisherOffice for Metropolitan Architecture
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Gianotten, D. (Author). (2016). Feyenoord City, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Detailed Masterplan. Design, Rotterdam: Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Retrieved from https://oma.eu/projects/feyenoord-city
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Gianotten D (Author). Feyenoord City, Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Detailed Masterplan Rotterdam: Office for Metropolitan Architecture. 2016.