Hanneman Hoek becomes ecological framework in 18 months!

Hanneman Hoek becomes ecological framework in 18 months!

From monoculture to self-maintaining orchard in just eighteen months, this public space green strip and Foodscape Schilderswijk location is already enjoying the benefits of permaculture; self-seeding nectar plants and green manures, a flourishing fragrance path (to...
Wildly Attractive Edges – One of the 4 typologies of the project Foodscape Schilderswijk after one year

Wildly Attractive Edges – One of the 4 typologies of the project Foodscape Schilderswijk after one year

Wildly attractive edges in the Pander Hof community garden (the Hague) are burgeoning with lilac blooms in May. Photo Dyne.org used entirely with permission. Bushy plants with lush foliage and bee-attracting flowers provide cover in a both a visual and ecological...
Tree Planter Nurseries – One of the 4 typologies of the project Foodscape Schilderswijk after one year

Tree Planter Nurseries – One of the 4 typologies of the project Foodscape Schilderswijk after one year

An excellent experiment in testing a neighbourhood’s mettle for self-maintained edible landscaping, tree planters provide compact growing zones for small plant arrangements like; Mediterranean herb gardens, rhubarb, strawberry, and sweet woodruff. A variation on this...
Foodscape Schilderswijk celebrates its first year of urban agriculture!

Foodscape Schilderswijk celebrates its first year of urban agriculture!

Wednesday June 22nd: URBANIAHOEVE and the Foodscape Schilderswijk team celebrate their first year of public space urban agriculture in the Hague’s Schilderswijk. Nearly 50 fruit trees, hundreds of berry bushes, herbs rhubarb, artichokes, cover crops and...

URBANIAHOEVE Social Design Lab for Urban Agriculture

URBANIAHOEVE produces art in the public space: visually resplendent and productive foodscapes that utilise existing social and green infrastructure. These urban interventions extend through physical, social, micro-political and economic levels.