All articles about student-housing

Finding Form for a Free Spirit

It wasn’t until the explosive growth of universities after the Second World War that a demand was created in the Netherlands for large-scale new construction, specifically for students. A reconstruction of the lively debate about the origins and implementation of this task raises universal questions about communality and individual development.

‘On to the Generic Assignment’

Two interviews with directly involved professionals give insight into how the city of Groningen is addressing the current housing needs of young people and students. How can the knowledge that this results in be built upon in the broader sense?