Marijke Beek cultuurhistorie specializes in research and advisory reports in the areas of the history of culture, history of architecture and (spatial and environmental) heritage. We do research and present its findings and valuations on particular buildings and multiple structures, offer specific advise on environmental quality and/or heritage and the possible allocation for new uses.
Marijke Beek cultuurhistorie is also involved in the compilation and editing of publications and the furnishing of articles and papers, these primarily concentrating on architecture (history) and heritage.
Heritage Policy Texel
The municipality of the island Texel has for the coming future embarked on a new course for their spatial policy. In their Planning vision (Structuurvisie) 2020 clear choices are being made. The new Heritage Policy (Erfgoednota) ties into this from its own stratefied vision of Texel’s heritage. The different types of landscape and the history of the island play hereby an important role. Marijke Beek and landschape designer Marlies van Diest are developing the policy as an assignment from MOOI Noord-Holland (previously WZNH).
Post-war heritage until 1985
This – for the present – is the last part of the Amsterdam historical quality maps: post-war heritage until 1985. Together as a team with Marina Roosebeek (project leader), Helene Hartman (research archives) en Joris Knemeijer (maps) we bring – as an assignment from Monumenten en Archeologie – recent territories into the picture with emphasis on port- en industry grounds and the housing sites since 1970.
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