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English summary

LEF Stadsdynamica is an innovative firm in the field of urban development, town and country planning and cultural planning. Through a combination of research, design, development and dynamic intervention, we find solutions to problems for a diverse range of clients.
 
LEF was established in 2001 in the city centre of Tilburg, in the oldest town house on the Korvelseweg. These striking premises were constructed in 1874, by order of the Andriesse family, for use as both a private residence and a wholesaler’s in dinner services and crystal. Behind the office annex private residence lies the warehouse which Andriesse had built in 1939 for the storage of goods. This now houses the studio of Jan Doms (the founder of LEF Stadsdynamica), which is used for spatial design and production activities.
 
On 1 January 2007, LEF expanded by opening a new reception room and office on the ground floor of the former architectural firm of Jan Mulders (1963). The building, situated in the Hogeschoollaan in West Tilburg, is regarded as an icon of modernistic architecture in Tilburg.
 
Further information about the firm and its activities is provided on this website. You can also find details of the projects which have been carried out and publications issued. These have been categorised into the disciplines of research, design, development, dynamic interventions, and miscellaneous. On this website, you will also be kept up to date with the latest news, programmes and developments.

Stadsdynamica [Urban dynamics]

Stadsdynamica stands for the principles of urban movements that form the theoretical framework on the basis of which knowledge and experience are employed. LEF essentially regards urban life as a system of intensive movements, in terms of constantly shifting relationships between the size and composition of the population, public and private domains, hardware and software, production and consumption, reality and virtuality, residence and mobility, culture and nature etc. In order to provide an unambiguous and all-encompassing representation of this complex of factors, LEF has introduced the term ‘stadsdynamica’, which translates as ‘urban dynamics’.

 

Download: brochure LEF Stadsdynamica [Urban dynamics] (pdf)

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