This autumn Blue21 was featured in Le Monde. The article elaborates on seasteading and Space@sea, quoting Blue21’s architect and CEO Bart Roeffen: “We will create a platform that can withstand the harshest conditions in the North Sea. If it works, we can install it anywhere. ”Read More›
Schiphol at sea is slowly but surely coming into the picture again as a future perspective for aviation.Read More›
Article featured in stadszaken proposes floating construction and citizen involvement as the path to creating a water-resistant city. Rutger de Graaf and Roland Goetgeluk, members of the Thinking Tank Floating (Re) building believe that a shift in thinking is the basis for innovative water solutions for the water-resistant city. It’s about resilience, circularity and moving with it. This requires governance strategies with the citizen at the center.Read More›
Shedding light on our contribution to new ways of creating more living space, Magazine Factor has published an article on Blue21 and the fact that ‘with floating cities we do not have to go to space to get more space’! Please click here to read the full article.
Journalist Sanne Bloemink explores this question in De Groene Amsterdammer. Her article gives an inspiring overview of the blue revolution and seasteading, with grass roots both in the Netherlands and Silicon Valley.
She interviewed Joe Quirk – an American writer of best sellers, board member at the Seasteading Institute and self announced seavangelist – and Karina Czapiewska, floating city developer and one of the founders of DeltaSync and Blue21.
Read the full article here
Nice to know: the article was a staff pick by Blendle when it was published in February this year…