Architectural design - Dwelling

  • ir. Cécile Calis
    Room: 01.oost.760
    c.m.calis@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bureaucalis.nl

    Cécile Calis graduated at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, in 1999. She worked in the offices of Herman Hertzberger and de Architecten Cie. In 2001 she started her own office in Rotterdam, initially involved in design studies for government bodies and participating in various competitions, she is now realizing small scale housing projects. At the faculty of Architecture Cécile is teaching in all kinds of Architectural design-projects, ranging from the very first designproject in which students design a house till graduation and various projects in between. Next to her teaching activities she coördinates the ON4 project, a second year designproject called ‘Woongebouw en Woonomgeving’. In this project students transform an existing postwar urban block into a sustainable new living environment.

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  • ir. Robert Nottrot
    r.j.nottrot@tudelft.nl

    Robert Nottrot graduated cum laude under the supervision of Aldo van Eyck, 1980. Next to being an architect, he also works as a video artist and stage set designer. After his graduation, Robert Nottrot worked in Berlin for two years and for the office of Kraaijvanger.Urbis, after which he founded his own studio PORT-SAID. Initially a guest teacher with the chair of Architecture Design and Interiors, he became a staff member with the chair of Architecture and Dwelling. He is coordinator of the Explore Lab Graduation studio, mentors architecture graduates and is a teacher for the chair of Form and Media Studies. Robert Nottrot was also a curator of the ‘Schatkamer’, the Delft Architecture Collections & Exhibitions department run, at the time, by Max Risselada. He compiled a book publication on the idea of the model in architecture, to be published still. He is member of the advisory board of the faculty periodical BNieuws, was a board member of the STYLOS Foundation, participated in the Board of Studies (‘Opleidingscommissie’) and has chaired the Works Council (‘Ondernemingsraad’) of the faculty. In 2016 he was nominated by the students for the Teacher of the Year Award.

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  • dr. ir. Birgit Jürgenhake
    Room: 01.oost.760
    b.jurgenhake@tudelft.nl

    Birgit Jürgenhake studied architecture at the University of Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany, during which she enjoyed external traineeships in Finland and the Netherlands. She worked in various architectural offices on housing projects and public buildings, among others WGK Karlsruhe, Mecanoo, Erick van Egeraat, and KCAP. In 2001 Birgit Jürgenhake founded her own company. Since 2004, she is assistant professor with the chair of Architecture and Dwelling. In 2016, she finished her PhD research ‘Dwelling from the inside to the outside – from private to the public’ which focused on the facade as the filter between the inside and the outside and as the face to the public realm.

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  • dr. ir. Dirk van den Heuvel
    Room: 01.oost.760
    d.vandenheuvel@tudelft.nl

    Dirk van den Heuvel graduated as an architect from TU Delft, 1994. He is associate professor with the chair. He is also the head of the Jaap Bakema Study Centre at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam and was the curator of the Dutch pavilion for the 14th architecture exhibition of the Venice Biennale in 2014. His expertise is in the field of postwar modern architecture and planning. In 2017 he was awarded with a Richard Rogers Fellowship from Harvard GSD for his research project Socio-plastics on New Brutalism and British welfare state politics.

    Van den Heuvel was curator of the exhibition 'Structuralism' at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam (2014), together with Herman Hertzberger. With Max Risselada he organised two exhibitions and publications: ‘Team 10 – In Search of a Utopia of the Present’ (NAi, 2005) and ‘Alison and Peter Smithson – from the House of the Future to a house of today’ (010, 2004). Book publications include: 'Jaap Bakema and the Open Society' (Archis, 2017), 'Architecture and the Welfare State' (Routledge, 2015, with Mark Swenarton and Tom Avermaete) and ‘Lessons: Tupker / Risselada. A Double Portrait of Dutch Architectural Education’ (SUN, 2003, with Madeleine Steigenga and Jaap van Triest).

    He is an editor of the series Delft Architectural Studies on Housing, DASH (nai010 publishers) and the open-access on-line journal for architecture theory Footprint, as well as an editorial board member of the Spanish open-access on-line research journal VLC Arquitectura. He was also an editor of the journal OASE (1993-1999). His writings have been published in various international magazines and on-line media, among which the Journal of Architecture, AA-Files, Volume and the Dutch website ArchiNed. He has worked as an architect for the offices of Neutelings Riedijk Architecten and De Nijl Architecten. His favourite piece of architecture is the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London.

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  • ir. Frederique van Andel
    Room: 01.oost.760
    f.m.vanandel@tudelft.nl

    Frederique van Andel graduated in both architecture and urban planning at TU Delft in 1997. She worked for the architectural firms of Mecanoo and DP6 Architectuurstudio (1997-2006). In 1999 she lived and worked in Barcelona. In 2006 she started working as a researcher at TU Delft with the chair of Architecture and Dwelling. In 2010 she published a research on housing, parking and the living environment (Zakboek parkeren voor de woonomgeving (Rotterdam: Uitgeverij 010, 2010). She’s currently doing research on Housing Exhibitions and is also an editor of DASH (Nai Publishers). Participant in project: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models

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  • ir. Harald Mooij
    Room: 01.oost.760
    h.a.f.mooij@tudelft.nl

    Harald Mooij graduated at TU Delft in 2003. He is an architect in Amsterdam. For the chair of Architecture & Dwelling, he teaches the Global Housing MSc 1/2 studio and the minor House of the Future. Together with Bernard Leupen he published the book ‘Het Ontwerpen van Woningen’ (NAi Publishers, 2008). He writes for various national and international journals and is editor of DASH (NAi Publishers). Harald Mooij was an assistant of Alexander Tzonis at the Delft Design Knowledge Systems Research Center. Part of his current research work concerns the development of a database for housing typologies.

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  • dr. ir. Nelson Mota
    Room: 01.oost.760
    N.J.A.Mota@tudelft.nl
    http://www.nelsonmota.com

    Nelson Mota is Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology. He holds a professional degree in Architecture (1998) and an advanced master on Architecture, Territory and Memory (2006) from the Department of Architecture at University of Coimbra (Portugal) and a PhD (2014) from Delft University of Technology. His doctoral dissertation “An Archaeology of the Ordinary. Rethinking the Architecture of Dwelling from CIAM to Siza” focuses on the relationship between vernacular social and spatial practices and the architecture of dwelling. Nelson is a founding partner of the architectural office comoco arquitectos, winner of the Portuguese National Prize for Architecture in Wood in 2013. He is the author of the book A Arquitectura do Quotidiano (The Architecture of the Everyday) published in 2010, and co-editor of “The ‘Bread & Butter’ of Architecture: Investigating Everyday Practices” published in 2015. He regularly contributes review articles to architecture magazines, essays to academic journals, and papers to conferences. Since 2013 Nelson collaborates as guest scholar with The Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design. He is production editor and member of the editorial board of the academic journal Footprint.

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  • ir. Olv Klijn
    Room: 01.oost.760
    o.klijn@tudelft.nl

    Olv Klijn graduated cum laude as an architect at TU Eindhoven, 2001 Together with Eric Frijters he founded the architecture office FABRIC in Amsterdam, 2007. In 2010 he won the prestigious Prix de Rome award for Dutch architects under 35.
    He wrote the monograph ‘VMX Agenda’ (010 Publishers, 2007) and together with Joks Janssen he published ‘10 x Den Bosch’ (NAi Publishers, 2008). He is an editor of DASH (NAi Publishers) and writes for various magazines among others for Architectenweb.nl. He worked for the office of OMA and was an artist-in-residence at the Canadian Banff Centre. He also teaches at various Academies of Architecture, Amsterdam, Arnhem and Tilburg.

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  • ir. Paul Kuitenbrouwer
    Room: 01.oost.760
    p.a.m.kuitenbrouwer@tudelft.nl

    Paul Kuitenbrouwer graduated at TU Delft in 1988. He has extensive practice experience having worked in London for a year, and in the Netherlands for the offices of Wiel Arets (KNSM tower, Amsterdam), buro boosten Rats (Jardin Céramique, Maastricht with Martorell Bohigas Mackay from Barcelona), Geurst & Schulze and SeARCH. He was acting supervisor of Céramique in Maastricht for Jo Coenen. For the Atelier Rijksbouwmeester (the Dutch state architect office) Paul Kuitenbrouwer worked as an advisor on architecture and urbanism (2001-2004).

    Before joining the staff of the chair of Architecture and Dwelling in 2006, he taught design studios with Public Building and RMIT, TU Delft. Research projects at the Chair of Architecture and Dwelling for the city of Groningen were focused on low rise housing in high density configurations (Intense Laagbouw) and student housing (Bouwjong!). Paul is an editor of DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing). He has been guest lecturer at the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam and currently is guest lecturer at the Academy of Architecture in Maastricht (MAA).

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  • ir. Pierijn van der Putt
    Room: 01.oost.760
    p.s.vanderputt@tudelft.nl

    Pierijn van der Putt graduated as an architect at TU Delft in 2001. He worked as an editor for the journal de Architect (2002-2008) before he started teaching at the Faculty of Architecture. He is currently an editor of DASH (NAi Publishers) and writes for various journals. He is coordinator of the MSc studios of Architecture & Dwelling and teaches both bachelor and master students.

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  • prof.ir. Dick van Gameren
    +31 15 27 84192
    Room: 01.oost.760
    D.E.vanGameren@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Over the last 20 years, Dick van Gameren has initiated a wide range of projects, varying from exhibition buildings to urban master plans. Winning the Archiprix in 1989, the international Europan II competition in 1991 and the Charlotte Köhler Award of the Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds in 1995 proved to be the start of an impressive career in architecture. Van Gameren started his own firm in 2006, which resulted in winning the Aga Khan Award in 2007 for his design for the Dutch Embassy in Ethiopia and the title of BNA Building of the Year in 2012 for the sustainable transformation of Villa 4.0 in Naarden. Alongside his career as an architect, Dick van Gameren became professor at the TU Delft in 2006, leading an internationally orientated education and research network, focusing on the problems and possibilities of affordable housing.

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  • dipl. ing. Oliver Ebben
    http://www.studioquint.com/

  • ir. Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi
    S.M.A.Sedighi@tudelft.nl

    Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi, born in 1984, Tehran-Iran, graduated from TU Delft as an architect in 2009. Since then, he has been participating in design of various housing projects, and between 2010 and 2014, he worked as lecturer and researcher at Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST). Since 2014, he has been working on his PhD research, entitled “Inhabitable Walls of Paradise, the Embodiment of Cultural Identity in the Spatial Configuration of Mass Housing”, at TU Delft. He studies the entwined relations between modernity and the vernacular in Iran, through affordable housing development. Additionally, he works as a guest-teacher at the chair of architecture and dwelling, TU Delft, and he contributes to a research project, entitled “The Global Landscape of Oil, at the chair of history of architecture and urban planning.

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  • Vita Teunissen
    V.A.Teunissen@tudelft.nl

    Vita Teunissen is a student in Architecture at the TU Delft and Architecture History at the VU Amsterdam. She is an intern at the editorial office of Dutch magazine De Architect.

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  • ir. Feryal Al-Kurdi

    Participant in project: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models

  • dipl. ing. Oliver Sack
    O.Sack@tudelft.nl
    http://osarchitecture.nl

    Oliver Sack received his degrees in architecture from the FH-Aachen (Dipl.-Ing., 1993) and the KU Leuven (M.Arch. Human Settlements, 2004). Since 1994 he has been working as an architect in Berlin, Aachen and Amsterdam - amongst others, at the office of Benthem Crouwel and of Zvi Hecker. In order to directly combine practical design and architecture-theoretical research, he started his own office in 2009. Since 2012 he has been a PhD guest researcher at the department of architecture, writing - under supervision of Prof. ir. Dick van Gameren and Prof. dr. ir. Tom Avermaete - a dissertation titled: Shaping Spaces - Creating Spatial Relations. On the socio-spatial aesthetics of space formation.

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  • ir. Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi
    S.M.A.Sedighi@tudelft.nl

    Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi, born in 1984, Tehran-Iran, graduated from TU Delft as an architect in 2009. Since then, he has been participating in design of various housing projects, and between 2010 and 2014, he worked as lecturer and researcher at Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST). Since 2014, he has been working on his PhD research, entitled “Inhabitable Walls of Paradise, the Embodiment of Cultural Identity in the Spatial Configuration of Mass Housing”, at TU Delft. He studies the entwined relations between modernity and the vernacular in Iran, through affordable housing development. Additionally, he works as a guest-teacher at the chair of architecture and dwelling, TU Delft, and he contributes to a research project, entitled “The Global Landscape of Oil, at the chair of history of architecture and urban planning.

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  • Ir. Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti
    A.R.ChagasCavalcanti@tudelft.nl

    Ana Chagas Cavalcanti's research offers a planning language for the design of low-income housing, based on labor among social practices. It communicates social practices of slums, especially, labor practices. The research proposes an extension on methods based on social practices. The aim is to humanize architects’ practices and to address planning in the existing contexts of slums. The expected results are to consolidate the notion of labor in the literature of informal settlements as a way to address the epistemological gaps in theory. Also, the proposition and the production of graphics which serve as new pedagogic tools for learning the architecture of informal settlements. 

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  • Ir. Anteneh Tola
    A.T.Tola@tudelft.nl

    Anteneh Tesfaye Tola was born in Ethiopia. He received his MAS in Urban Design from the ETH Zurich, in Switzerland. He studied methodologies of analysis and the strategic design and planning of urban territories in emerging economies – taking cases in neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil. The continuous confrontation between issues of rapid urbanization and social equity and the use of design as an instrument of intervention has been his main area of investigation. He has been an academic staff at the Addis Ababa University – Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development, during which time he was continuously involved in teaching, research and consultancy work in the development of a masterplan for the main city center of Addis Ababa. At TU Delft, Anteneh will engage in a research entitled: The Making of Places of Coexistence-Addis Ababa using case studying and synthesis of patterns as primary methods. Documenting and analyzing physical and spatial patterns of coexistence of different uses, social classes and cultural and ethnic identities in the inner city of Addis Ababa, as a means to generate tools, methods and principles toward the formation of an all-inclusive city center.

  • Laura Alvarez
    office@lauraalvarez.eu
    http://www.lauraalvarez.eu

  • prof. ir. Max Risselada
    m.risselada@tudelft.nl

    Max Risselada is professor emeritus with the chair and former chairholder. His profound research work on modern architecture has given the chair and the department of Architecture a distinguished international profile. Characteristically, the research results in major exhibitions and accompanying catalogues, among others 'Raumplan versus Plan Libre' (1987) comparing the work of Adolf Loos and Le Corbusier, and 'Team 10 - in search of a Utopia of the present' (2005) which brought together the work of Team 10 architects including Aldo van Eyck, Alison and Peter Smithson, Giancarlo De Carlo, Candilis Josic Woods and many more. 
    As a teacher Risselada was also most influential, not only by his studio work but also by helping setting up such important platforms as Archiprix and Europan in the Netherlands.
    He currently runs the Architectural Collections and Productions department, producing exhibitions as well as publications, among others a forthcoming anthology of essays about Alison and Peter Smithson. He also lectures and gives masterclasses, among others at the Berlage Institute and Madrid School of Architecture.

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  • Helen Zhang
    H.Zhang-1@tudelft.nl

    Student Assistent MSc1/2/3/4

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  • Robbert Guis
    r.s.guis@tudelft.nl

    Student Assistent MSc 1/2/3/4

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  • Imke van Leuken
    i.vanleuken@student.tudelft.nl

    Student Assistent DASH delft architectural studies on housing

  • ir. Aynav Ziv
    info@aynavziv.com
    http://www.aynavziv.com

    Aynav Ziv graduated with honors from the Faculty of Architecture at the Technion in Haifa, Israel. She spent one year of her studies at the Technical University in Delft. After graduation she returned to the Netherlands for an internship at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam. From 2004 -2009 she was working for Wiel Arets Architects in Amsterdam and Neutelings Riedijk architects in Rotterdam. In September 2009 she started her own office; AYNAV*ZIV Architecture focusing on housing projects. Since 2006 she is also teaching “New Concepts for Dwelling, Living+”; a Master of Architecture design course at the TUDelft.

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  • Cederick Ingen - Housz
    C.B.J.Ingen-housz@tudelft.nl

    Student Assistent DASH delft architectural studies on housing

  • Guido Greijdanus
    g.greijdanus@tudelft.nl

    Student Assistent DASH delft architectural studies on housing