BOUWSTOF talkshow

BOUWSTOF is the talk show in Tilburg: a dynamic program with space for current affairs, interviews, in-depth conversations and crossovers that everyone with an interest in architecture, spatial design and designing wants to attend. 

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This edition features Errol van de Werdt (Textile Museum director) among others. What's in store for the Mommerskwartier? Errol van de Werdt explains the developments and preliminary ideas of the renovation of the Textile Museum. And that goes beyond the Textile Museum itself. How can a renovation of the museum be a catalyst to make the Museum Quarter the next vibrant part of the city? 

Yusuf Celik (Alderman for Housing, Communities and Integration Municipality o…

This edition features Errol van de Werdt (Textile Museum director) among others. What's in store for the Mommerskwartier? Errol van de Werdt explains the developments and preliminary ideas of the renovation of the Textile Museum. And that goes beyond the Textile Museum itself. How can a renovation of the museum be a catalyst to make the Museum Quarter the next vibrant part of the city? 

Yusuf Celik (Alderman for Housing, Communities and Integration Municipality of Tilburg) on allocating housing to status holders. The asylum seekers' centers in the Netherlands are overcrowded and the influx is still increasing. The number of status holders will also increase in the coming years, for which we must look for suitable housing. What path does a person who arrives as a refugee in Ter Apel to a status holder who receives housing in Tilburg go through? Where are these houses located, can flex housing offer a solution and can status holders choose their own housing? And what does the allocation mean for other target groups in Tilburg who are also anxiously waiting for housing? 

Cherryl Djoegan (developer and circular building specialist at HD Group) on change management for a circular building practice. Cherryl Djoegan is a young developer with a mission: to work towards a building practice that is 100% sustainable and circular, with an eye for social cohesion. Go figure, in a construction industry that is still largely organized in a traditional, linear way. But, she says; "Where there is a will, there is a way around." What do her projects look like? What agreements does she make with contractors? What does she run into? And how does she entice the parties she works with to join this sustainable movement? 

About City Nature, City = Nature. On Tuesday, October 20, the exhibition with this title officially opened in the LocHal. Nature and greenery are essential for the quality of life in cities. Among other things for the feeling and experience that greenery provides, but also, for example, as an answer to the climate challenge. With our cities getting more and more crowded, we need new ideas to give nature a place in the city. What are the modern developments? Urban green visionaries give their views on modern applications and the future of urban nature.  

In Tourtje Tilburg met Tim, Tim visits the parking garage in the Spoorzone and the new Stadswinkel on Koningsplein and Hassiba attended the Day of the City. Finally, Martijn Neggers comes to close the show again!

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