The Marine Etablissement: New Terrain for Central Amsterdam presents the studio of the ninth Yale Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship taught by Isaäc Kalisvaart, CEO of MAB Development, with Alexander Garvin (BA ’62, M.Arch ’67, MSU ’67) , Kevin D. Gray (lecturer in real estate at the Yale School of Management), and Andrei Harwell (M.Arch ’06) of the Yale faculty. The studio proposed designs for the Marine Etablissement, Amsterdam’s historic closed military installation for over 350 years, which is currently undergoing a plan to open for varied and public uses. The projects show numerous approaches with housing, schools, universities, tech centers, and infrastructural links to the city’s core. The book includes an interview with Isaäc Kalisvaart and an introduction by Alexander Garvin, an essay on broad economic environment and financial feasibility of the design proposals by Kevin D. Gray; Erik Go, head of Studio MAB, and Hans-Hugo Smit, Senior Market Analyst at MAB on the nature of collaboration between designers and developers; and Liesbeth Jansen, project director of Marineterrein Amsterdam and Maarten Pedroli of Linkeroever on the latest developments now occurring there. Edited by Owen Howlett and Nina Rappaport, the book is designed by MGMT.design and is distributed by Actar D.