VINEX ATLAS PDF

Joost Gootens is dedicated to creating maps that help users understand a place on a social, cultural, and political level, as well as a physical one. In the publications shown here, Grootens borrowed from the rules and conventions of traditional atlases, but added new information such as graphs, statistics, and photographs that go beyond conventional modes of representation to redefine standard atlas typologies. By playing with color schemes, signs and symbols, and indexes, he aimed to create atlases that are accessible on a range of levels. In his design for the Metropolitan World Atlas, Grootens included crime statistics and air pollution levels to provide a richer illustration of the cities represented in the atlas. Object information is a work in progress and may be updated as new research findings emerge.

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Joost Gootens is dedicated to creating maps that help users understand a place on a social, cultural, and political level, as well as a physical one. In the publications shown here, Grootens borrowed from the rules and conventions of traditional atlases, but added new information such as graphs, statistics, and photographs that go beyond conventional modes of representation to redefine standard atlas typologies. By playing with color schemes, signs and symbols, and indexes, he aimed to create atlases that are accessible on a range of levels.

In his design for the Metropolitan World Atlas, Grootens included crime statistics and air pollution levels to provide a richer illustration of the cities represented in the atlas. Object information is a work in progress and may be updated as new research findings emerge. To help improve this record, please email. Information about image downloads and licensing is available here. About this artwork Joost Gootens is dedicated to creating maps that help users understand a place on a social, cultural, and political level, as well as a physical one.

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MapCarte 110/365: Vinex Atlas by Jelte Boeijenga and Jeroen Mensink, 2008

While showrooms have temporarily closed, Maharam's distribution center remains open. See information here. The acronym "Vinex" refers to a supplement of the Dutch government's Fourth Report on Spatial Planning, which was published in the early s and determined the policy direction for housing development in the Netherlands. The definitive reference work on the fifty-two Vinex districts, Vinex Atlas, designed by Studio Joost Grootens, is based on aerial views, plans, site data, and recent on-site photographs. Page 91 documents two districts in Apeldoorn, currently the Netherlands' twelfth-largest city.

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