Pictograms were designed to distinguish  between the different type of rural Dutch roads in the south of The Netherlands. Each of these roads and points of special interest have its possibilities and limitations for architectural projects in order to preserve the characteristics of the villages. The pictograms were used on a map and formed the key in presenting the new plans and policy around urban planning in the area.

This project aimed at presenting the ideas in such a way that the local citizens wouldn’t perceive it as policy being imposed but as an inspiration.

akkerweg2These akkerweg-roads are known for their historic and characteristic farmhouses named langgevelboerderijen

 


nieuwe-weg2
This road will allow modern architecture and is named a New Road

 

 

oversteekbeekA river crossing or bridge is a point of special interest and a characteristic element in a landscape