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Ongoing Work

Tulane's Dutch Dialogue Design Studio Series Focuses on Urban Wetland
Tulane’s Dutch Dialogue Design Studio Series Focuses on Urban Wetland

Professor John Klingman continued his Dutch Dialogue studio series at the Tulane School of Architecture in the spring of 2013, focusing on an urban wetland tract alongside the London Avenue Canal near Dillard University. The studio explored the integration of campus facilities, wildlife habitat, and water storage and flood …

Blog

Tulane's Riverbend Studio
Tulane’s Riverbend Studio

Professor John Klingman continued his Dutch Dialogue studio series at the Tulane School of Architecture in the fall of 2013, focusing on the design of the new pumping station carrying excess storm runoff from the Riverbend into the river. The new structure needs to relate both to the proposed canal and the proposed linea…

Dutch Dialogue 3

Context
Context

Click the first thumbnail image below to begin a slideshow about the context in which the Dutch Dialogues were formulated. …

Past Dialogues

Dutch Dialogue 2
Dutch Dialogue 2

The Dialogues Process Dutch Dialogues II was held on October 10-13, 2008, and built upon groundwork laid during a preliminary workshop held in March 2008.  Dutch experts came to New Orleans, got a crash course on the New Orleans political and planning landscape, and then went [...]…

Press

The Netherlands commends New Orleans on developing a WMS
The Netherlands commends New Orleans on developing a WMS

Press release | 24 March 2011 (Washington, D.C.) — The Royal Netherlands Embassy commends New Orleans and Greater New Orleans Inc. for awarding a contract for the development of a ‘Comprehensive, Sustainable Integrated Water Management Strategy’ (WMS) for St. Bernard, Orleans and Jefferson Parishes. Having worked…