Gerdy Verschuure-Stuip is specialised in the transformation and revitalisation of heritage of buildings, landscape and city in both policy and design.
On a daily basis she researches and teaches on the field od Green Heritage and specific estates and country houses. She is working on a PhD on the relationship between estates, city and landscape in the Netherlands. She was involved with the city protected view country estate zone Wassenaar (near The Hague) and the estatebiotope, a provincial policy-instrument for defining the relation between estates and their surroundings.
Next to this, she has worked on several publication on defence heritage, like the Kruithuis in Delft, the transformation of city fortification and the New Dutch Waterline.
In her work at the faculty she tries to combine research and teaching in her courses MSc 2 Heritage Landscapes and minor Identity and Intervention (in cooperation with RMIT).