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Public service sector
Public spaces and services have a significant impact on everyone who lives, works, and moves within them. Our team knows from their own experience that every street, neighborhood, and community has its individual character allowing them to respond to the desire for a pleasant human experience with respect for the environment, from sustainable use of waste to better design of public spaces.
Public services showcase
Alfen was founded in 1937. Today, Alfen is an international organization that focuses on the development and delivery of innovative products and projects in the world of electric energy.
Tulpi is an outdoor chair for public use that resembles the Dutch national flower: the tulip. The chair has started to lead its own successful life and the design has achieved the highest achievable honor. The royal house used the Tulpi as a national gift during a state visit. In the photo, the Tulpis are placed in the city park of Toronto, Canada.
Questions regarding this sector?
Hospital lobbies, the town square, railway tunnels, and festival sites, they all have one thing in common. They are all used by people in various degrees of intensity. And where people use space, there are also questions about how best to use that space. How do you make people feel safe, have a pleasant experience of that space, and that no undesirable situations arise? Dennis enjoys exchanging ideas about these issues and talking about how design plays a role in both thinkings and doing.
Questions regarding this sector? Ask Dennis.
The lobby in a hospital, the town hall square, the railway tunnel, the festival site, they all have one thing in common. They are all used by people in various degrees of intensity. And where people use space, there are also questions about how best to use that space. How do you make people feel safe, and that their experience of the space is pleasant, and no undesirable situations arise. Dennis would like to exchange ideas with you about these issues and talk about how design can play a role in both thinking and doing.