The Veerplein is a square in Vlaardingen a city near Roterdam in The Netherlands. The square and the surround buildings come originally from the '70. In the '90 they builded new shops and a tall apartment tower. The area got busier but the square remained as a cement grey empty place, only occupied twice a week by a street market.
We noted that the only thing that gave colour and variation were the trees which surround the square. For our project we take the tree's shadows and project materially them on the pavement. The empty space of the square, necesary for the market and other activities, get variation and live. Other problem we saw was that the plein has few places to sit or stay. This is because the space is necesary empty for the market and other activities which take place there. To give a solution, we propose a square-in-a-the-square placing a higher-level platform with benchs and plants which can remain ontouched and enable to use for many people during the markt days.