It is a relocation of just 500 meters, but with the necessary impact for the circular initiative Plug-In-City. In 2014, with the cooperation of Sint Trudo, a temporary ‘city’ of sea containers was realized at Strijp-S. At the beginning of 2018, Plug-In-City will make way for new building developments and will move the project to Ketelhuisplein; it will be able to stay at this location for 4 to 5 years.

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Author profile picture Bart Brouwers is co-founder and co-owner of Media52 BV, the publisher of