The Genius Plan to Change Amsterdam

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Жыл бұрын

Maps are provided by the wonderful Maptiler, and the overlays come from the Amsterdam map website, where the government provides really nice data.
This is a video on Amsterdam's Omgevingsvisie 2050. Dutch municipalities in the Netherlands pass omgevingsvisie as guiding documents, not binding, but it gives a good indication of where a city would like to head over the next couple of decades. For Amsterdam it seems like it’s rigorous greenification, increased mobility, growth within constraints, etc.
Basically the entire video is based on a few documents:
One, the omgevingsvisie:
Two, the history of green wedges:
Three, Amsterdam's Overall Extension:
Four, a bunch of Parool articles:
The one and only wonderful Chris Zabriskie
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Hoog Жыл бұрын
Two things: the blue in randstad is Hoofddorp, not Dortmund (procedural animation error). Important to also understand that the Omgevingsvisie is a guiding document, not binding. Be prepared for a lot of things to not be realized whatsoever:
Bram06 Жыл бұрын
Have you considered making a second channel, where you post the exact same videos but in Dutch? I think it would inevitable become the most succesful Dutch educational channel
Cities of the Future
Cities of the Future Жыл бұрын
Congratulations on this video! very well done :) hope we can collaborate one day :)
Unreal Expectations
Unreal Expectations Жыл бұрын
you misspelled gemeenteraad
Ronald de Rooij
Ronald de Rooij Жыл бұрын
Wait for the Omgevingsplan, which is legally binding.
Hoog Жыл бұрын
@Ronald de Rooij maybe I’ll make another video about it :)
Not Just Bikes
Not Just Bikes Жыл бұрын
I wish my Dutch accent were as good as your English accent. You pronounced the English AND the Dutch words correctly.
Evan Kennedy
Evan Kennedy Жыл бұрын
You see you got a shoutout at 9:31?
134343 Жыл бұрын
@Evan Kennedy hawk eye
Haukauntrie Жыл бұрын
I have to say I found your pronounciation of "Gebietssluitenweg" pretty convincing.
Allergy Жыл бұрын
Bas B
Bas B Жыл бұрын
Je komt er wel jason!
Real Engineering
Real Engineering Жыл бұрын
Great video Hoog!
134343 Жыл бұрын
Great seeing you here!
Midas Pool
Midas Pool Жыл бұрын
Real Engineering is nu G E K O N O L I S E E R D
PutsOnBoots Жыл бұрын
@Midas Pool Old
h3r3t1c Жыл бұрын
The effort that has gone into the production of this video is insane. So clean and informative, love it!
Keenan Cilliers
Keenan Cilliers Жыл бұрын
Ikr, all his videos are such quality! He should really get more views!
Mastercraft833 Жыл бұрын
You KNOW hes dutch when he can correctly say: "gemeenteraad"
Tougs Жыл бұрын
>G in a Dutch word >*starts sweating*
Hoog Жыл бұрын
@Jur 4.0 Would never have thought that there would be this much of an analysis, but incredible
HV Жыл бұрын
Or Afrikaans
Mastercraft833 Жыл бұрын
@Jur 4.0 i think he lives in the Netherlands tho, example: some footage used in videos unrelated / not centered around the Netherlands are recordings from the Netherlands. Like the video about food delivery
jan de wit
jan de wit Жыл бұрын
Yeah but the Dutch pronunciation is wrong imo. They focus to much on the beginning "G" making a weird rasping sound. Imo the Flemish pronunciation (without regional accent) is better.
Hyphen Жыл бұрын
Why Dutch youtubers are so good at graphic designs, wish we could be like them..
Miles Жыл бұрын
Cause we’ve got rocket high IQ levels :)
Hyphen Жыл бұрын
@Miles agreed!!🤟
DFFUSE Жыл бұрын
Probably some program
Nowis Жыл бұрын
@Miles i think it's more structural than innate. you have an open and stable society with good education systems and environmental challenges that required a focus in engineering. but your average iq is 100.7 which is good but not fantastic
Seb Gardeniers
Seb Gardeniers Жыл бұрын
As an Amsterdam-based urban planning student i have to say that your work is from local and academic perspective done perfectly. You outline the future bottlenecks and power structures in an understandable manner. This, with the addition of high level illustration makes this a top teer video - keep this up Hoog!
QnJhbQ== Жыл бұрын
Zo is 't maar net ouwe, laten we er een 'T Ij Witbiertje op drinken
I Am Arizonaball
I Am Arizonaball 16 күн бұрын
As an arizonan, and a minor at that, would living in the Netherlands be the optimal option, even when the United States is clearly the better option, the nation I was born in?
Shy_mon Жыл бұрын
You are the definition of a criminally underrated youtuber. Another excellent informative, well animated video. Looking foreword to more.
Wisdom Bites
Wisdom Bites Жыл бұрын
1Million subs by mid 2023.
Abcflc Жыл бұрын
My main concern with contemporary urbanism and city planning is its disconnect to the smaller scale, to the architectural character of the places they want to create to attract people. All of these modernist, assembled, plastic and glass boxes are not where people want to live- if we don't do something about architecture and its lack of soul, sense of place and celebration of function and economy over beauty (in all aspects), we won't create anything worth preserving for the future and it will not help with the demand and density problems we face now.
Mathijs van de Meulenreek
Mathijs van de Meulenreek Жыл бұрын
So, the removal of pavement tiles sounds odd at first but there is a very interesting reason for it. It's called 'Tegelwippen' (Tile overthrowing) each year many municipalities compete against eachother to see which municipalities can create the most green space by removing pavement tiles. The competition is set up to spread awareness about the tendency of Dutch citizens to build a 'low maintenance garden' by paving over the entire green space of the garden. Now, you might think: "so what if some people pave over thier gardens? Who cares?" But the problem with paved surfaces in the Netherlands is that rain water doesn't drain in the soil fast enough because it's blocked by the pavement and the run off from this creates a problem for the sewer system in a country that lies for a large part below sea level. Paved surfaces increase flooding from heavy rain because when the sewer system can't handle the additional run off from the heavy rain the country/street/neighborhood just fills up like a bath tub because the water has nowhere else to go...
Maxim Sevastyanov
Maxim Sevastyanov Жыл бұрын
Thanks for explanation.
S Жыл бұрын
you should pay tax on it...
S Жыл бұрын
@gwho well you are clearly disrupting the environment and you are putting extra pressure on the already old and costly water management system. Thus you should be paying more than other people who do not. Otherwise you would be socialising bad practices and their cost and those who are not will have to pay the same, which is not fair. If you ride a motorcycle you should pay a far higher health insurance premium to cover for the risk you are taking. Same for tobacco, alcohol, drugs and unprotected sex. Do what you wish, but pay for the risk you are taking.
Stan Pines
Stan Pines Жыл бұрын
@S not that i'm against all of this, but you can't have a government monitoring you on if you smoke, or have unprotected sex.
M Erasmus
M Erasmus Жыл бұрын
​@Stan Pines Then what ARE goverments for?
Marius Facktor
Marius Facktor Жыл бұрын
I'm really glad Amsterdam and the Netherlands is tackling the housing shortage. They have the best designed cities in the world but they are unaffordable to most because of the lack of available homes.
Zacharius D
Zacharius D Жыл бұрын
Hopefully I can move there someday now
RoarofdalioN Жыл бұрын
Amsterdam ain’t a nice place to live unless you live outside of the city
M Lenten
M Lenten Жыл бұрын
Amsterdam is, by all accounts, not tackling the housing shortage.
Louis Kuypers
Louis Kuypers Жыл бұрын
LMAO, yeah they aren't fixing shit in Amsterdam
IMPERIAL Жыл бұрын
What a lovely video to relax to; incredible visuals and fantastic sound design. Really making some of the best content on the platform man
Kishmish London
Kishmish London Жыл бұрын
aha no u 🧟‍♀️
Napoléon I Bonaparte
Napoléon I Bonaparte Жыл бұрын
The Dutch should really launch a “Global Netherlands” campaign to export their great infrastructure.
Steven H21
Steven H21 Жыл бұрын
Wait.. Napoleon?!?!
Nuas Basim
Nuas Basim Жыл бұрын
*Indonesians sweeting*
rhubarbjin Жыл бұрын
ASAP ! Жыл бұрын
Ella Ray Kondrat
Ella Ray Kondrat Жыл бұрын
See: New Amsterdam
Trying Blender
Trying Blender Жыл бұрын
Ik vind dat je je video's heel erg mooi hebt gestyleerd. Echt heel erg gaaf. Blijf zo door gaan want ik vind het echt koele video's om naar te kijken.
Dick Visser
Dick Visser Жыл бұрын
Your ability to switch between Dutch and English mid-sentence, while maintaining proper accent in each, is admirable. Very well done video!
Emmanation Жыл бұрын
Nowhere in Europe has been as impressive with its infrastructure innovation & efficiency as what I experienced in the Netherlands. The ease of travel in and out of Amsterdam definitely defined how I traveled around the Netherlands. I most look forward to how the city gets developed in the future years, with hope that there is no negative impact of overt gentrification of course.
Alexrocksdude Жыл бұрын
What an amazing video covering this topic, seeing ambitions like this is very exciting! You (Dutch people) are very lucky to have a government that cares about how to grow cities sustainably. Orlando, my hometown just approved a metro (not subway but metro area) budget where 2/3 goes directly to highways. Miami is even worse off, especially with storm water management. Half the city is underwater for hours after a mild thunderstorm, and the city is one major hurricane away from being catastrophically destroyed, especially when the power goes out for more than a few days and the pumps stop working.
Dylan C
Dylan C Жыл бұрын
I would move out of Florida. They don't have a climate plan, nor seem to care that they will all drown in 50 years.
Kaplicky Жыл бұрын
@Dylan C you have no idea what you talk about, our government is one big joke
Alexrocksdude Жыл бұрын
@Dylan C Florida is a great place with many amazing people, however we are 100% unprepared for large scale climate change. Granted we have an excellent system for hurricane preparation and recovery but no systemic solutions. Such as where will all of Miamis refugees go? We already struggle with a high demand for housing and high housing prices in central Florida how can we be expected to take hundreds of thousands of refugees. Some of us care and want to help change for the better but there is a lack of political will and too much willful ignorance for anything meaningful to happen right now.
smore Жыл бұрын
Just got back from a week long trip to Amsterdam - I was awe struck. I miss it so much, I’ve even started researching what sort of living situation I could have there, whether it be work or study. The timing on this video could not have been better. Also, great video, as always
Mark Kalsbeek
Mark Kalsbeek 10 ай бұрын
Don't tie yourself to Amsterdam alone! The whole randstad is basically one big city!
smore 10 ай бұрын
@Mark Kalsbeek Believe me, I enjoyed the wonderful transportation and spent about half my days outside the city. Seeing your reply has caused all the emotions to come flowing back. What a beautiful place, I will be back!
littlemissmello 5 ай бұрын
travels can be such a mind broadening experience!
Lennart Жыл бұрын
These videos just came out of nowhere. So good and obviously visually mezmerizing. I can't believe they're not "at all where you want them to be visually". Super stoked to see what's next! Also very interested in what software you use to animate this / what your workflow is.
Hoog Жыл бұрын
Hey Lennart, love to hear this, especially from a fellow room for discussion committee member ;) (blender, Adobe suite, cavalry, affinity suite, Davinci resolve)
Thomas 'Milo' Loriers
Thomas 'Milo' Loriers Жыл бұрын
I wish videos and explanations of this quality were available when I studied architecture in Belgium. You explain everything so clearly, and with the right amount of detail, making me want to dive even deeper into the topics. (They also make me very envious of our Northern neighbours as you guys are so well-managed, the heck.)
Andrew Hopper
Andrew Hopper Жыл бұрын
I've lived in the Netherlands for 7 years, and there was still plenty in this video that was new to me. I'll definitely send it to anyone needing a short introduction to Dutch public administration and urban design philosophies. Very nice! (Also, yeh...what is it with replacing pavement brickwork? It seems like a national sport.)
Mathijs van de Meulenreek
Mathijs van de Meulenreek Жыл бұрын
It not only seems like a national sport, it sort of is! It's called 'Tegelwippen' (Tile overthrowing) each year many municipalities compete against eachother to see which municipalities can create the most green space by removing pavement tiles. The competition is set up to spread awareness about the tendency of Dutch citizens to build a 'low maintenance garden' by paving over the entire green space of the garden. Now, you might think: "so what if some people pave over thier gardens? Who cares?" But the problem with paved surfaces in the Netherlands is that rain water doesn't drain in the soil fast enough because it's blocked by the pavement and the run off from this creates a problem for the sewer system in a country that is below sea level. Paved surfaces increase flooding from heavy rain because when the sewer system can't handle the additional run off from the heavy rain the country/street/neighborhood just fills up like a bath tub because the water has nowhere else to go...
teokalmius Жыл бұрын
That 3D models at 3:09 and 4:35 look so simple yet so stunning. Would you mind sharing how you made them look in that certain way? I suppose it's some shader?
Manoj Tutika
Manoj Tutika Жыл бұрын
I’m an expat living in AMS, lot of things went well for me personally and professionally after moving here. I’m inspired to see how the city can further expand because I genuinely believe the world can use more of the Amsterdam spirit. ❌❌❌❤️
The Sneaky Reaper
The Sneaky Reaper Жыл бұрын
"aren't at all teh quality I would want them to be" My guy, these are literally the best videos on youtube, your style, dedication and animations are far better than 90% of all other content on this platform
Youp Lamb
Youp Lamb Жыл бұрын
the netherlands is literally so great. but every time i look beyond the cities and look and the current government i just feel a sense of hopelessness. they are going almost the exact wrong way that many cities want to go and its so frustrating
jaws 11 ай бұрын
Berlin is extremely green without having the wedge design. They just have green space between all the buildings in a block, kind of like the original plan for Barcelona.
Ammer Reduron
Ammer Reduron Жыл бұрын
As a fellow Dutchman and resident of Amsterdam i approve this video on many levels. Exquisite work!
Paola Grando
Paola Grando Жыл бұрын
I like the explanation on the why the Dutch are so good at being critical. Other countries are "sinking" in other ways but aren't changing their attitude to survive.
Christian A.
Christian A. Жыл бұрын
I lived in Bijlmermeer and I really experienced what he described about the changes that is happening in Amsterdam, specifically in Zuidoost. Bijlmermeer is becoming like a second downtown and is growing fast thanks to the offices, Arena, Ziggo Dome, and AFAS. Zuid is also growing and lots of green around Amsterdamse Bos. Hopefully, this approach in changing the city should encourage tourists to do away from all the stereotypes that they hold when they visit Amsterdam.
lucy Жыл бұрын
im just back from a trip to amsterdam! we stayed in bijlmermeer :) im from ireland so i was very impressed with the public transport and just how easy it was to get almost anywhere as well as just how easy and intuitive it was to get places in the city. quite a culture shock compared to lacklustre hodge-podge that is irish public transport
MateusVIII Жыл бұрын
I have recently been to the Netherlands for a friend's wedding and I am in love with the country. The efficiency, honesty and organization are incredible, I wish that more places would learn from the Netherlands and draw on this culture, I believe the world would be a lot better were that the case.
Federico Gomez
Federico Gomez Жыл бұрын
Hey, I am absolutely in love with your designs for the video! Have you considered making maybe a tutorial or have somewhere that I can check out to do similar renders? Also what program did you use to render and animate this? :)
Linus Жыл бұрын
Hoog, once again the video is awesome. The content u wanna provide is easy to understand and yet seems professional. The animations are on point and nice to look at. The content u create is a role model for me of how I want to present my topics in school or maybe later in my job/university. Its always nice to see when a new Video drops from you and other channels like you
Stef Жыл бұрын
It's hard for me to estimate if you're a native English or Dutch speaker. Your accent and pronunciations in both languages are excellent. Great video.
Mac Anters
Mac Anters Жыл бұрын
He's both
arisoda Жыл бұрын
@Mac Anters you can hear his dutch accent leaking through though, but not the other way around
yo Жыл бұрын
I remember going quickly through a book, similar to the stuff you mentioned but this one about berlin, at my university libary some months ago. It had a bunch of beautifully detailed maps and graphs about city zoning, public transport and all the alike. Is this a common thing for big european cities? I mean such a detailed and easily accesible intellectually document. Would be interesting to see a video of the same nature tackling berlin. Good stuff
A. L.
A. L. Жыл бұрын
This was a true mind-opener! We want more, about every Dutch city
Nick Wulf
Nick Wulf Жыл бұрын
I enjoy your channel, I really enjoy studying design in general. It is brilliant the way Amsterdam adapts it's streets, I hope the world sees the benefits of prioritized
Felix Lankhorst
Felix Lankhorst Жыл бұрын
Amazing content! I live in Amsterdam and see these practices take place on a daily basis, just like the parallel bicycle network in the city.
mapsinanutshell Жыл бұрын
Hoog never fails to produce great videos with incredible visuals. Fantastic work on yet another masterpiece, you are improving! 👏
Dave2241 Жыл бұрын
Wat een topvideo!! Als mede Amsterdammer en liefhebber van planologie, gigantisch bedankt!!
Daan Dobber
Daan Dobber Жыл бұрын
First time on your channel, but definitely looking forward to seeing more. Amazing video and great quality. Keep on going 💪
Lucas Жыл бұрын
I really appreciate your videos, I’m so interested in these topics and you present them in a great way. Keep up the good work
Aaron Wells
Aaron Wells Жыл бұрын
This is a fantastic video but from my experience and the experience of many of my friends, Dutch and non-Dutch alike, the city is becoming increasingly unlivable at the moment. The housing crisis is really out of control. I have moved 12 times in the last three years, and I am sad to say goodbye to this beautiful city but I just don't want this anymore!
Priapos93 Жыл бұрын
Makes me homesick for a city that I've only visited a few times. Keep up the great work, Amsterdam and Hoog!
Oleg Tkachenko
Oleg Tkachenko Жыл бұрын
This has got to be one of the most well-crafted videos I've seen on YT, incredible work!
Wisdom Bites
Wisdom Bites Жыл бұрын
Very very interesting! I always find it amazing how people design and construct such things. Great insightful video :)
Sergej Kandels
Sergej Kandels Жыл бұрын
Keep up the grind man, your videos are already incredible and on par of way bigger channels. You will steadily grow for sure and this can become (if not already) your main income source soon!
rainbowcloudss_ Жыл бұрын
I didn't know you made the animations on your own?? Thats incredible! Also, I have lived in Amsterdam all my life and I'll probably never be able to buy a house here because its too expensive. Sadly, I'll have to go somewhere else :(
Jake from KC
Jake from KC Жыл бұрын
This was an awesome video! I can't wait to see more from you! A tip though: as someone who watched this on my phone, the text in the video was quite small. It will help greatly to consider the devices your audience watches on as many many people use their phone to watch KZbin videos.
Phil Lee
Phil Lee Жыл бұрын
Excellent work. You're defining a new visual style that I've never seen in animation before.
ECV Жыл бұрын
This is one of the most beautiful, insightful and informative videos I've seen in ages. Your videos are works of art in and of themselves. I adore your content.
François Thomas
François Thomas Жыл бұрын
This channel is a visual gem, it's so satisfying, the choice of simple shapes, colors, everything is clean, simple yet informative, and visually pleasing
Joost Жыл бұрын
Je blijft me verbazen met de kwaliteit van informatie en animatie. Keep it up!
MR W Жыл бұрын
Fantastic narration, detailed research, impeccable pronunciation in both languages, super video. Hoog gooit hoge ogen! :)
Luis ZTur
Luis ZTur Жыл бұрын
Amazing video with fantastic animations, well explained. The quality of your videos is great. I would suggest to use a slightly bigger font, the current size is a bit difficult to read for people with poor eyesight like me.
krln_ Жыл бұрын
Thanks so much for using the local dutch names! I sometimes see videos where someone doesn''t even pronouce the local names or they don't even attemt to say them regardless of the country they are talking about. I know you're dutch so it's easy in this video but it makes your videos feel more researched and well thought out.
Nicky Hendriks
Nicky Hendriks 10 ай бұрын
I think the Netherlands is rather unique with their metropole-regions, from the Randstad to Twente to Arnhem/Nijmegen. It's all about cooperation and getting the best out of the region. In the end, we all profit from it.
Sarah DeWeerdt
Sarah DeWeerdt Жыл бұрын
This is so good! I’m wondering how Amsterdam’s status as the world’s first “donut city” (as in donut economics, pioneered by Kate Raworth) fits in to these ideas and trends? Or is that something that isn’t really part of the discussion?
Yassinius Жыл бұрын
I love love love the effort you put into the 3d graphics. For these kind of topics, making use of these 3d graphics add a lot to the video
Ilu Жыл бұрын
Hey! Just wanted to say how well your videos are made, researched and still maintain such a high (animation) quality, but please don't overwork yourself with it, so the internet can still have those little highlights of quality :)
B00tyW4rriOr Жыл бұрын
vette video gast. Heel tof wat je aan het doen bent. Ga zo door!
Federico Testa
Federico Testa 11 ай бұрын
Love your videos about NL. It was the best time of my life when I was living there as an architecture student in Delft
TheMythh Жыл бұрын
I have been watching since your semiconductors video. I highly appreciate the topics and production of your videos, you show a good amount of research. Good job from this anonymous stranger and keep on doing it! Cannot wait for the moment when you will make a big hit video and you will jump over a mil subs in a day or two.
HaydenCMH Жыл бұрын
Wow. This is one of the best videos I've ever seen, and likely the best recommended video I've received. Great work here!
Jacops Жыл бұрын
Your videos are by far the most visually stunning content I've seen on KZbin in a long time. Very impressive
Neolithic Transit Revolution
Neolithic Transit Revolution Жыл бұрын
I would love a video on Ground Lease in cities in the Netherlands, both how it raises revenue and aids in planning.
Culture Compass
Culture Compass Жыл бұрын
Great video. Love the vibrant animations on the black map and very interesting video overall - the topic and how it's explained 👍
Chinoismedia Жыл бұрын
Wat een video weer man, prachtige visuals, top voice over en die kleine jokes tussendoor, wauw, klassewerk!
Ash Lilburne
Ash Lilburne Жыл бұрын
Love the design aesthetic of all your videos Hoog, REALLY love it. Not even sure of the subject matter most of the time 😉
Tim Fa
Tim Fa Жыл бұрын
Great video! Incredible quality content keep up ! Maybe just try to avoid blury legends at the bottom when there is tiltshift (Nice effect btw)
Logan Parker
Logan Parker Жыл бұрын
Your channel is criminally underrated, love your videos!
Ahmet S. Şakrak
Ahmet S. Şakrak Жыл бұрын
Thank you for this video. We want to see more about Amsterdam city planning. 🙌🏻
C-137 Birdperson
C-137 Birdperson Жыл бұрын
I love this city to the core everytime I visit its the time of my life. Met vriendelijke groeten uit Oostenrijk
Sufjan Жыл бұрын
You prefer A'dam over Wien ?
MM Жыл бұрын
What an informative and clean video! I love your videos and very simple to understand. And also, I love your voice narration there.
Snoflakes Жыл бұрын
NotJustBikes sent me here and I'm impressed and entertained with your style of videomaking. Very enjoyable animation and easy to follow explanation. I'll have to look at more videos of yours
Nino Жыл бұрын
Top video man! Mega leerzaam en wat een animaties. Lekker bezig! Als ik ook nog wat feedback mag geven om je nog verder te helpen: - Je hebt een goede spreekstem, maar je zou je spreek ritme en hoogte nog wel iets kunnen variëren. Het voelt nog iets te voel als een constante stroom informatie zonder pauze, wat het wat vermoeiender maakt om naar te luisteren. - Hoewel ik het zwarte design heel vet vind, is het soms wel lastig om te bekijken. Sommige kaarten met namen bijvoorbeeld, zouden prettiger zijn om te zien in een lichtere kleur. Ook straalt dit iets meer rust uit naar mijn mening. Hoop dat je er iets aan hebt! Laat me het weten als je nog meer feedback kan gebruiken!
Sumeru Pillipes
Sumeru Pillipes Жыл бұрын
I do miss and have been missing for years a separate fast rail connection in the four or five major cities making them truly united, e.g. a one city ring.. cheap and affordable.. I think that's basics: the harbours, politics, cultural life; think of it, everyone would benefit from it. Apart from the crazy traffic jams, the impossible train hurdles. people don't t think of goin out in the next city. For someone from Amsterdam it's still a tremendous barrier to the theatre in the Hague, to give just one example.. World Trade Center's?, one in Amsterdam, one in Rotterdam? Would have never happened.. with a truly connecting city ring, isn't it?!. What I mean is, the main cities Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam are still so self centered.... I love your vision though, so don't get me wrong..
htimsid 2 ай бұрын
This is a simply marvellous video! Beautifully presented, clearly narrated and packed with information.
automobilistic Жыл бұрын
Another excellent Hoog video. This channel is raising the bar
Liam Pieters
Liam Pieters Жыл бұрын
Wauw wat een geweldige video. Je hebt een nieuwe abbonnee erbij! Hele fijne animatiestijl om naar te kijken en interessante nieuwe kennis. Thanks!
Akash Жыл бұрын
I really love how high quality your videos are! Would you maybe be able to make a video showing how you make this videos a little? Or if you won’t.. what program do you use?
Anton Manu
Anton Manu Жыл бұрын
crazy good video. so informative and your visualizations really make it all come together and click in my brain.
Noah Alarcon Moena
Noah Alarcon Moena Жыл бұрын
love the style you use on your video's and the points you adress. keep it up :)
Praveen Raj
Praveen Raj Жыл бұрын
Feedback: the video is very good as always. I wanted to watch this on my 40 inch TV rather than my phone or tablet, but the graphic elements were too small in comparison to the black canvas available for them. For example, when you say "walls of death"- the animation is barely visible. Please make your graphic elements size appropriate 🙏
Egor Ignatyev
Egor Ignatyev Жыл бұрын
So great to see Amsterdam developing and becoming even a better gem, but there's one problem. It's getting closer and closer to impossible to buy a property there for ordinary folks. A city with its unique perks, but not for you, dear majority of the country. In the end, it is as "useful" for me as discussing how comfortable a super yacht is.
no Жыл бұрын
L, imagine not having a house
Neamhdhlisteanach 10 ай бұрын
@no you definitely live with your parents
no 10 ай бұрын
@Neamhdhlisteanach yes?? Because Im 16??
no 10 ай бұрын
@Neamhdhlisteanach lives in q cardboard box LOL
Natalie Jensen
Natalie Jensen 11 ай бұрын
Haha “Many people don’t know why the Dutch are so critical” The Dutch: “Good evening” “Good evening” Amazing video Hoog!! I love understanding my country so much better and the quality is amazing 🇳🇱
TheMG26 n
TheMG26 n Жыл бұрын
Lovely video as always! I'm happy I found this channel so early on.
SamSee Жыл бұрын
Another incredibly informative video of the highest quality. This channel continues to kick all kinds of ass.
Hagen Жыл бұрын
Wow, amazing! How much time went into research and the visual work? I wouldn't ask for more for a bachelor's thesis... You just gained a new subscriber.
Robert K
Robert K Жыл бұрын
The animations in this video are of an extremely high quality, very impressive
ᛠᛞᚩᚱᛁᛗᚦᚱᛁᚦ ᛚᚪᛝᛖᚱᚾᚪᛗᚪ
ᛠᛞᚩᚱᛁᛗᚦᚱᛁᚦ ᛚᚪᛝᛖᚱᚾᚪᛗᚪ Жыл бұрын
please make a video documentary on the trusty 30 by 30 cm tile used everywhere in the netherlands and "getting flipped" now. Or alternatively, how about a video on Enschede, the Manchester of the Netherlands. It's a city that is criminally overlooked considering what roles it has played in the Dutch history and for EU integration. Probably better content to make it about the EUREGIO, the first of many, than just the city of Enschede specifically
Man Flippin' Pentagrams
Man Flippin' Pentagrams Жыл бұрын
Mind if I ask what an EUREGIO is? Seem like an area technically belonging to two countries but really being administered by the EU.
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ᛠᛞᚩᚱᛁᛗᚦᚱᛁᚦ ᛚᚪᛝᛖᚱᚾᚪᛗᚪ Жыл бұрын
@Man Flippin' Pentagrams not quite administered by the EU, but it is a region belong to two or more memberstates. Its a organisational structure, with generally municipalities being the main political members. It promotes cross-border integration. For example, during the first lockdowns the only place the dutch-german border wasnt shut closed and where people could continue to work and buy groceries on the otherside was the Euregio (its annoying, the 1st Euregio where it was pioneered, around Enschede and Münster, is named Euregio while all the newer euregios have actual names) I recommend checking the wiki page on it, it's quite comprehensive to get a basic idea. I dont actually know how it all exactly works, and that's why I'm hoping Hoog might make a video on it I thing the naming is good, as the borderregions of the memberstates are where the European project has been felt the most poignantly imo
Rutger B
Rutger B Жыл бұрын
If you are no Tukker I eat my shoe up.
ᛠᛞᚩᚱᛁᛗᚦᚱᛁᚦ ᛚᚪᛝᛖᚱᚾᚪᛗᚪ
ᛠᛞᚩᚱᛁᛗᚦᚱᛁᚦ ᛚᚪᛝᛖᚱᚾᚪᛗᚪ Жыл бұрын
@Rutger B lmao no shoe eating necessarily 😂
Leopold Thebault
Leopold Thebault Жыл бұрын
man you make some great content, big kudos to you for the effort
Mario van den Berg
Mario van den Berg Жыл бұрын
If Amsterdam still needs a promotional video for their vision, this is it.
Alberto Montante
Alberto Montante Жыл бұрын
Yours are the best graphics on KZbin. Love the way you talk about the subjects, and luckily you focus on Europe✌️
thomas forbes
thomas forbes Жыл бұрын
This is not just a video. Its an experience.
Flango Жыл бұрын
loved the video and the animation.Hope to see more of this in the futher and special about lisbon
Casual Scholar
Casual Scholar Жыл бұрын
The production value on your videos is mind blowing. Keep up the amazing work, your inspiring me to up my game!
Lutz Жыл бұрын
I have seen tons of videos, similar to this, but the visual in connection with the perfect pronounciation just makes this soooo much more enjoyable
Green&Blue Productions
Green&Blue Productions Жыл бұрын
Thanks for this and great overveiw of the plans! Which love your #D art style and the comntary at the end!
Raphaël Hythlodée
Raphaël Hythlodée Жыл бұрын
Great video as always. Looking forward for the next city... (hoping there will be an episode of a swiss city)
Average Commenter
Average Commenter Жыл бұрын
Could you make a video about Eindhoven too? Because they are also putting back a lot of green space, and the centre becoming more and more car-free.
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