Groundwater-Surface Water- Interactions

Increase surface contact area of the river by expanding the subrives in parallel, thereby expanding the distribution area of the coarse sands, underlain by less permeable clays and silts. providing optimal conditions for recurring and rapid recharge of the system through direct infiltration. At the same time, the distribution of transverse slopes increases the water movement of the surface runoff to filter the water and wash sediment. The collected sediment will then be used for a new round of sandbar implementation. These sediments will become plantable land after five years. The purpose of this design is to form an ecological circulation system through parallel expansion and transverse filter slopes. Long term wetlands systems that a


Sanne van den Breemer
Filip Geerts
Ilmar Hurkxkens

Director of Studies

Salomon Frausto


Nigel Alarcon(MX), Pooja Bhave(IN), Mariano Cuofano(IT), Fabiola Cruz(PE), Alonso Díaz(MX), Xiaoyu Ding(CN), Ines Garcia‑Lezana(ES), Sandra Garcia(ES), Martino Greco(IT), Sebastian Hitchcock(ZA), Alejandra Huesca(MX), Yesah Hwangbo(KR), Takuma Johnson(US), Yi-Ni Lin(TW), Paola Tovar(MX), Cristhy Mattos(BR), Preradon Pimpakan(TH), Adi Samet(IL), Raymond Tang(US), Kulaporn Temudom(TH), Danai Tsigkanou(GR), Jesse Verdoes(NL), Rongting Xiao(CN)