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Conrad Kickert

Assistant Professor


  • PhD (Architecture): University of Michigan
  • MSc (Urbanism): TU Delft
  • BSc (Architecture): TU Delft

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Peer Reviewed Publications

Kickert 2016. Active centers – interactive edges: The rise and fall of ground floor frontages Urban Design International, 21 55-77,

Kickert, Berghauser-Pont, Nefs 2014. Surveying density, spatial characteristics and development potential of station areas in the Delta Metropolis Environment and Planning B, 41 1, 69

Psarra, Kickert, Pluviano 2013. Paradigm Lost- Industrial and Post Industrial Detroit: an analysis of the street network and its social and economic dimensions from 1796 to the present Urban Design International, 18 , 257

Van der Spek, Kickert, van Langelaar 2013. Evidence-based design: satellite positioning studies of city centre user groups Proceedings of the ICE: Urban Design and Planning, 166 4, 206

Invited Presentations

Kickert (2006) The urban shopping arcade EU Interreg III Spatial Metro Conference, Delft, Netherlands

Kickert (2010) Active spaces - attractive spaces Walk21 conference, The Hague, Netherlands

Psarra, Kickert (2011) Mapping centrality in Detroit International seminar on urban form, Montreal, Canada

Kickert (2012) Urban morphology and development capacity of station areas in the Delta Metropolis International seminar on urban form, Delft, Netherlands

Psarra, Kickert (2012) Centrality and meaning in Detroit 1795-2011 Space Syntax Seminar 8, Santiago, Chile

Kickert, Fishman (2013) Mapping the American Streetcar Suburb: a history of transit oriented development SACRPH Conference, Toronto, Canada

Kickert (2014) Form follows function - morphological and functional change in The Hague and Detroit 1911-2011 International seminar on urban form, Porto, Portugal