TERNEUZEN, ZEELAND, 2003
ANAMORPHIC PAINTING FOR THE WALLS OF 6 KM LONG WESTERSCHELDE TUNNEL
Imagine yourself driving through a tunnel. On the wall you notice incoherent, colourful, forms. Then you find out that these spots are forming a recognizable image. Unexpected, the image frees itself from the wall. For a moment, just before dissolving again, it floats in front of your eyes. In September 2002 Maxwan became aware of the demand for an art work for the new 6km long "Westerschelde tunnel" - a new Dutch tunnel. By their own initiative Maxwan started a research on the combination of pictures and curved walls to find out if would be possible to map pictures on the wall of a cylindrical tunnel, in such a way that while driving a car through this tunnel, these pictures could be seen without distortion. An animation of this anamorphic principle has been made as a first prototype.
ROTTERDAM – jan '08
Supervision and masterplan for the area around Rotterdam Central Station.
DELTAMETROPOOL – jan '02
Conceptual planning and strategic advice concerning the new concept of The Delta Metropole ( the urban conglomeration formerly called 'Randstad', 2800 km2, 6.6 million inhabitants).
ALONG ANY HIGHWAY – jan '01
Housing along highways
ROTTERDAM – jan '00
A data-hotel on the A16 highway in Rotterdam
LEIDSCHE RIJN – jan '98
Design and construction of 50 bridges for Leidsche Rijn
UTRECHT – jan '94
Urban Master Plan for a New Town of 30'000 houses strongly related to the City of Utrecht