Articles written for external publications or on invitation from collaborating organistations
01/2020 - Deltametrapool Association / The New Planner for the New Planning Movement
Selina reflects on a two-day international conference, 'Take on the Future' held on the 10th and 11th of December 2019 in Rotterdam and Den Haag, The Netherlands, written on invitation from Vereniging Deltametropool.
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09/2019 - Deltametrapool Association / Desiging an Inclusive Process for Urbanists
Selina articulates her thoughts on the relevance of value-driven design for making our cities more inclusive for the 'denk anders' (thinking differently) for the annual Metropool Forum 2019.
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09/2019 - Architecture Institute of Rotterdam AIR / Blueprint for a Just City
On invitation from AIR, Selina interviews Wouter Veldhuis, co-author of the essay Verkenning van de rechtvaardige stad on his experience designing and negotiating for a 'just' city.
03/2019 - Architecture Institute of Rotterdam AIR / An Architect and Mayor walk into a City Makers Congress
On invitation from AIR, Selina joined the Stadmakerscongres 2018 to write an opinion piece on the keynote by London architect David Adjaye and his interaction with Rotterdam Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb. The piece was also personally delivered to Ahmed Aboutaleb by AIR as a conclusion of the event.
10/2017 - {featured Article} ATLANTIS / VeldacademieFeeding Cities
What does a pop-up restaurant have to do with urbanism? Selina documents the 'Feeding Almere' initiative from Veldacademie's Flevo Campus with partners Echnathon and Aeres MBO. The project investigated people's behaviour patterns around food, consumption and the flows of food processing.
06/2017 - {featured Article} ATLANTISWhen the AI takes the Wheel
Originally written for the Critical Reflection of Technology course, under TU Delft’s Masters Honors Programme under the guidance of Filippo Santoni de Sio, TPM at TU Delft. It was re-written to fit ATLANTIS 27.4: Towards Uncertainty. The article discusses the future scenarios for cities when Automated Driving Systems in the free market versus exclusively as a shared service.