Surfaces from us, habitats from nature 

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The amount of floating facilities is increasing worldwide. These comprise mainly of houses and gardens, with parking spots and complete neighbourhoods also gaining popularity. The world is slowly moving towards realizing entire floating cities. 

We, at Blue Habitats, found that many of the current developments look at the structure above water level. They often don't consider the under water area or see it as a burden that needs to be maintained and tolerated by the competent authorities. Well, as a company we want to turn that paradigm around  and make it the norm. We believe that underneath these structures there are hundreds of possibilities to create Blue Habitats that are suitable for aquatic life.  

Whether you want to contribute to the improvement of the water quality in marine, brackish or fresh water, we can help you. The abbreviation Blue stands for Build & Learn from Underwater Ecosystems. 

Blue Habitats improve the value of your floating building or object, and widens your customer base. Blue Habitats can easily be attached, removed and expanded with various options.

Like the concept and/or our story? Contact us through the bottom of this page or click on our images below for our personal LinkedIn page.

Who we are.

Jasper Vermeulen (1993), studied Land and Water Management at Van Hall Larenstein University; one of the few studies of its kind. During the Amsterdam International Water Week (2015) he won the second prize on the student challenge, he went to South Africa to educate emerging farmers on water management and was involved in the Haven-Stad project in Amsterdam, the largest housing project the Netherlands has ever known. 

"Aquatic life is so vital yet neglected in, mainly, urban areas"

Koen Olthuis (1971) studied Architecture and Industrial Design at Delft University. In 2007 he was chosen as no. 122 on Time Magazine’s list of most influential people in the world due to the increasing worldwide interest in water developments. In addition, the French magazine, Terra Eco, choose him in 2011 as one of 100 green persons that will change the world.

"A sustainable future lies beyond the waterfront"