Five years ago, celebrated Dutch photographer Theo Baart relocated his family to Bijlmermeer, an area in the southeast of Amsterdam built up with high-rise projects according to modernist urban planning principles. An experiment in social engineering that went wrong, notorious for its intractable social problems and crime, Bijlmermeer is currently undergoing a 15-year regeneration scheme, which transformation Baart has been recording with his camera.
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