Welcome. My name is Bram de Vos and the common thread in my work is to provide answers to the 'pain' that cities face. This is a mix of complex questions about the climate, the growing population, the equalities in our society, energy, logistics, etc.

This is also called transitions. Municipalities and governments have many questions about this. Only the answers are still missing. At the moment a lot is being invented to give solutions to these urban issues. This development is good, but it still lacks the Master Plan, where everything can come into its own.

That is where my passion and strength lies.  

I am the bridge between the worlds of new abstract ideas and where 'the questions lie'. I design the overarching plan, where many disciplines work together for new possibilities. A master plan which has answers for the future. Focused on the "grey area" between the border of the city and the border of the surrounding landscape. The frayed edges.

A good example of such a plan is my project Uprooting Agro-Systems. I have redesigned the Waterland around Amsterdam into a large productive agricultural landscape by combining three agricultural techniques and involving the inhabitants and farmers.

But I cannot do this alone. I am looking for governments - municipalities - investors - scientists - architects - who want to sit around the table with me. Together we can look at where different ambitions and bottlenecks lie in this issue. From there, collaborations and projects can arise that can bring us a step closer to the big urban challenges.