Vak: Resilient Communities credits: 5

Resilient Communities
ECTS credits
D.A.A. Krol
  • Gastcollege
  • Hoorcollege
  • Intervisie
  • Opdracht
  • Werkvorm 1
  • Resilient Communities - Opdracht


RC.1: The student is able to recognise and distinguish between the different social and / or economic issues within a neighbourhood. (Comp 1)
RC.2: The student is able to carry out research specific to the topic and retrieve information regarding the issues in the neighbourhood related to context solutions and feasibility. (Comp 3)
RC.3: The student is able to involve other processes, developments, values and / or ideas and assess their usage or application. (Comp 9)
RC.4: The student is able to reflect on his or her own performance according to self-formulated criteria and is able to outline and revise his or her functioning to achieve improvements. (Comp 9)
RC.5: The student is able to involve users/residents to work in co-creation on bottom-up addressed issues and to give meaning to the given input. (comp. 8)


The objective of the assignments in the Resilient Communities module ‘What is it like to live in ..... [case study area]?’ is for the student to learn how to make contact with the residents and their neighbourhood, as well as how to develop a deeper understanding of them and their needs, so the student can carry out assignments in co-creation with the residents. It is important that the student also considers the interests and concerns of the residents, what is important to them and particularly how they perceive their living environment. The student should subsequently incorporate this information in their design process. Obviously the influence of the spatial area on these social issues are part of this course, since the spatial area can stimulate the usage and increase the value for a neighbourhood from the social perspective.



  • Instituut voor Future Environments