Building Typology

  • Kees Kaan
    +31 (0)15 27 84622
    Room: Room: 01OOST700
    C.H.C.F.Kaan@tudelft.nl
    http://www.clausenkaan.com

    Kees Kaan (1961) Studied architecture at Delft University of Technology. As founding partner of the firm Claus en Kaan Architecten, he has built up an international range of projects among which the Netherlands Forensic Institute in The Hague a and the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Maputo, Mozambique are well known. Kees Kaan takes part in many commissions: He was a member of the Quality Team Kop van Zuid in Rotterdam and a teacher at the Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam/Rotterdam from 1994 to 1998. He is a member of the professional Advisory Group of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen and is now professor at the Delft University of Technology. Kees Kaan is a board member of the Architecture Institute Rotterdam (AIR foundation) and has been a juror for many international architectural competitions. He lectures in cities all over the world, under which Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Madrid, Mexico City, Paris, Vienna and Tokyo.

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

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  • Petra Bus

    Petra Bus: guest teacher. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.) Architect at the office De Nijl Architecten from 2004 until 2005, from 2005 till 2008 at Soeters van Eldonk Architecten and since 2008 at Köther Salman Koedijk Architecten.

  • Olindo Caso
    Room: 01oost700
    O.Caso@tudelft.nl

     Olindo Caso (1962, Avellino, Italy) graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Naples ‘Federico II’ (1988, with honourable mention). In 1990 he began collaborating with the TU Delft where in 1999 he achieved his Ph.D. defending a dissertation about the relevance of ICT for the design of spatial settings. Olindo Caso also runs his own architectural practice since 1989 and has experience in the design and consultancy about ‘the space of mobility’. Specialist in multidisciplinary research and the relationships between different scales of design he is the author of a variety of (international) publications and research reports. Last title appeared: Architettura contemporanea: Olanda. Motta, 2009.

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  • Roberto Cavallo
    +31 (0)15 27 85352
    Room: 01oost700
    R.Cavallo@tudelft.nl

    Roberto Cavallo (1967) is an architect based in Amsterdam; he is Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture / Chair Building Typology, Faculty of Architecture of the Delft University of Technology. He studied architecture in Naples and in Delft. After his graduation in 1991 he worked for the offices of Cees Dam & Partners (Amsterdam) and Studio di Architettura (Amsterdam) where he became partner in 1996. In 1999 he was the co-founder of Studio-AI in Amsterdam. Since 1996 he teaches and researches at the Faculty of Architecture of the Delft University of Technology. Among other tasks, he is currently coordinating the MSc3 & MSc4 Hybrid Buildings and he is member of the commission for the admission of International Master Students. In 2008 he successfully defended his PhD with the title ‘Railways in urban context. An architectural discourse’. His scientific publications are ranging from the urban to the architectural project.

    Participant in project: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • François Claessens
    F.Claessens@tudelft.nl

    François Claessens, associate professor Architectural Theory, collaborates with the chair of Building Typologies. Degrees in architecture and philosophy from TU Delft (ir.) and UvA Amsterdam (drs.), PhD from TU Delft: The city as an architectural construction: The architectural discourse on the city (Germany 1871-1914), 2005. He worked as an architect in various offices. Teaching and research TU Delft from 1995 until 2008. Since aug. 2008 Head of the Department of Strategy and Policy of the Housing Association De Key, Amsterdam. He is the author of several publications on the architectural discourse of the city. Former editor of OASE and editor of OverHolland, a book series on Architectural Studies for the Dutch City, since 2004.

  • Henk Engel
    +31 (0)15 27 84077
    Room: 01oost700
    H.J.Engel@tudelft.nl

    Henk Engel, associate professor Architecture. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.) Partner De Nijl Architecten since 1980. Teaching and research TU Delft since 1971. Publications on Modern Architecture and Urban Studies. Editor of OverHolland, Architectural Studies for the Dutch City, since 2004. Preparing PhD dissertation.

    Participant in project: project leader of: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

  • Lodewijk van Es
    L.W.C.VanEs@tudelft.nl

    Lodewijk van Es: guest teacher.

  • Esther Gramsbergen
    Room: 01oost700
    E.H.Gramsbergen@tudelft.nl

    Esther Gramsbergen, assistant professor Architecture. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.). Worked as an architect in various offices. Teaching and researching at the TU Delft since 1999. Co-author of the Zakboek voor de woonomgeving (2001). Further publications on urban morphology of Amsterdam and Dordrecht. Preparing PhD dissertation, participating in Int. PhD seminars Villard d’Honnecourt, Venice.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Maarten Korpershoek
    Room: 01oost700
    M.C.Korpershoek@tudelft.nl

    Maarten Korpershoek first studied architecture in Eindhoven, then in Delft where he graduated in 1976. He started his professional career by working in the studio of Professor Bakema. Since 1980 he works for the TU Delft as a researcher and teacher in the field of design methods and architectural design. He has done research on the work of the architect Louis Kahn and is a visiting lecturer at other universities, including Stuttgart and Berlin. In 1984 he established his own architectural firm with two partners working with differentiated building programs and feasibility studies. He has worked together with Ove Arup on the design and research of atria including the ministry of VROM in The Hague. Since 1995 he works with Pekelder and Oppenheim on a variety of commissions, including landscape projects. Recently this includes the prize winning competition for a medical centre in Neuruppin and a winning competition for a research centre in Molchow (near Berlin).  One of his special interests lay in questions of perception: the role of the senses in architectural imagery and experience. Since 2003 Korpershoek participates in the design studio and seminars of architectural theory in the MSc Hybrid Buildings at the TU Delft.

  • Ber Mooren
    Room: 01oost700
    H.G.Mooren@tudelft.nl

  • Herman Prast
    Room: 01oost700
    H.N.Prast@tudelft.nl

    Herman Prast (1960) first studied medicine at the Amsterdam ‘Vrije Universiteit’. After graduation he studied architecture at Delft University of Technology. He worked for Novostad (Rotterdam) and Jdrem (The Hague) and is founding partner of PrastHooft architecten (2001, Amsterdam), an office that is primarily active in refurbishments of public interiors, offices and private dwellings. He joined the chair of Building Typology in 2002 and has since been coordinator of BSc4 and coordinator/teacher of the BSc4 Designproject.

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  • Tamara Rogic
    Room: 01oost700
    T.Rogic@tudelft.nl

    Tamara Rogic, PhD researcher Architectural Design Theory. Degree in architecture from Zagreb University in 1993. Worked several years for the national department of heritage in Croatia. Post-graduate diploma in architectural conservation from the University of Plymouth (UK) in 1999. Research and teaching theory and design at TU Delft since 2004.

  • Lara Schrijver
    Room: 01oost700
    L.S.Schrijver@tudelft.nl

     

    Lara Schrijver is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the TU Delft. She is one of three program leaders for a new research program in the department of architecture, ‘The Architectural Project and its Foundations’.
     
    Schrijver holds degrees in architecture from Princeton University and the TU Delft. She received her Ph.D. from the TU Eindhoven in 2005.
     
    Schrijver has taught design and theory courses, and contributed to conferences in the Netherlands as well as abroad. She was an editor for OASE, journal for architecture, for ten years, and was co-organizer of the 2006 conference ‘The Projective Landscape’. She served on the advisory committee for the Netherlands Fund for Architecture (2004-2008).
     
    Her current work revolves around the role of architecture in the city, and its responsibility in defining the public domain. Her first book, Radical Games, on the influence of the 1960s on contemporary discourse, was published in September 2009.

    Participant in project: project leader of: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments

  • Steven Steenbruggen
    Room: 01oost700
    S.Steenbruggen@tudelft.nl

    Steven Steenbruggen (1971) graduated at the TU Delft in Architecture. He is a practicing architect since 1998. After working in several offices he starts his own architectual office in 2002, Studio Steenbruggen. He is also teaching at the TU Delft, started as guest teacher and is member of the coordinating team of BSc4 since 2006. Co-editer of Raadhuizen (2007).

  • Paul Vermeulen
    (+32) 9 329 42 52
    paulvermeulen@hdspv.be
    http://www.hdspv.be

    Paul Vermeulen (1962) is an architect and co-founder of the firm De Smet Vermeulen Architects based in Gent - Belgium. He graduated in 1985 at the KU Leuven and has more than 20 years experience as teacher and publicist for various magazines and books. Between 1994 and 2000 he worked in the editorial board of Archis. Since 2006 he works as main tutor for the MSc3 and MSc4 Hybrid Buildings.

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  • Luc Willekens
    Room: 01oost700
    L.A.M.Willekens@tudelft.nl

    Luc Willekens, architect. Studied medicine and architecture. Working as partner in office Ontwerpers A’dam in Amsterdam. Specialized in health center architecture an architectural manifestations. Teaching architecture at Faculty of Architecture, Delft, in design projects of BSc 2, BSc 4, MSc 1, MSc 2 and the Minor Animations. Coordinator of lectures Building Typology, BK4010/BK8010.  Coordinator and trainer in the training-in-teaching pilot with modules for both teachers and students. Publications: 'Plandocumentatie Raadhuizen (Town Halls)', reader 'Building Typology BK4010/BK8010'.

  • Willemijn Wilms Floet
    Room: 01oost700
    W.W.L.M.Wilmsfloet@tudelft.nl

    Willemijn Wilms Floet, assistant professor Architecture. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.). Practicing architect since 1988. Teaching and researching at the TU Delft since 1990. Expertise in documentations of architectural projects, under which A Hundred Years of Dutch Architecture (nl. 2002). Co-author of the Zakboek voor de woonomgeving (2001). Preparing PhD dissertation, participating in Int. PhD seminars Villard d’Honnecourt, Venice.

    Participant in project: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Dirk Zuiderveld
    D.U.Zuiderveld@tudelft.nl

    Dirk Zuiderveld (1966) graduated from the Technical University in Delft in 1991 and spent the next three years working for a number of renowned offices, OMA, BenthemCrouwel and Zwarts & Jansma. In 1992 Zuiderveld started LEAZ with Ad Kil. This partnership resulted in a number of prize-winning competitions and the realisation of a complex of 9 patio houses in Hellevoetsluis in 1995. In 1993 Zuiderveld founded the collective ‘Blue Hour’, dedicated to the research of the nightlife of space. ‘Blue Hour’ gave a great number of workshops and realised numerous large scale light installations. From 1996 Zuiderveld worked closely together with the English artist Rowena Dring. Photography, that already played an important role in the Blue Hour workshops, was at the centre of their work. In 1997 Zuiderveld moved to London. They took part in several exhibitions and realised two large scale photographic installations, one at the Whitechapel Open in London, the other at the British Council Window Gallery in Prague.
    In 1999 Zuiderveld decided to focus on realising architectural projects and moved back to Amsterdam. With three other architects he founded Studio AI, which took over the architectural practice of Umberto Barbieri and Eric Hulstein. The renovation of Paradiso in Amsterdam and the realisation of an office building at the Teilingerstraat in Rotterdam are projects that attracted attention recently.
    Dirk Zuiderveld has been regularly teaching at Delft University since 1994. He has written a number of articles and several projects have been published.

  • Kathleen de Bodt
    K.E.W.deBodt@tudelft.nl

    Kathleen de Bodt, PhD researcher Architecture.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

  • Olivier van der Bogt
    Room: 01oost700
    O.J.A.vanderBogt@tudelft.nl

    Olivier van der Bogt, researcher Architectural Analyses. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.). Parttime researcher TU Delft from 2002 untill 1 jan. 2008. Architect at the office De Nijl Architecten since 2002. Preparing PhD dissertation.

  • Nikki Brand
    Room: 01oost700 or 01west620
    A.D.Brand@tudelft.nl

    Nikki Brand (1982) studies patterns of urbanization in the Randstad Holland (1200-2000). She studied human geography in Amsterdam, with a special focus on the relationship between heritage and spatial qualities. After graduation she worked on various subjects concerning the history of the landscape. Brand started her PhD research – which is part of the ‘Mapping the Randstad Holland (1200-2000) project’- in December 2007.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Xue Chunlin

    Xue Chunlin, PhD researcher financed by the China Scholarship Council. Degree in Architecture from Kunming University of Technology, Kunming City, Yunnan Province, China (2006).

  • Ana Conceição
    Room: 01oost700
    A.L.Martinsdaconceicao@tudelft.nl

    Ana Conceição, PhD researcher Architecture. Degrees from Technical University of Lisbon (1999, architect by the Faculty of Architecture; 2007, MSc in Urbanism and Territory management by Instituto Superior Técnico). Works as an architect independently and in collaboration, namely with Prof. Arch. Gonçalo Byrne.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

  • Otto Diesfeldt
    Room: 01oost700
    O.R.Diesfeldt@tudelft.nl

    Otto Diesfeldt, researcher Architectural Analyses. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.). Parttime researcher TU Delft since 2003. Architect at the office De Nijl Architecten from 2004 until 2005, and since 2005 at Dick van Gameren Architecten.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

  • Merlijn Hurx
    Room: 01oost700
    M.Hurx@tudelft.nl

    Merlijn Hurx, PhD researcher Architectural History. Degree in Art History at Utrecht University, where he obtained a Research Master (Cum Laude). He published on various subjects including sixteenth century architecture in Italy, Dutch Classicist town halls in the Dutch Republic and ‘late gothic’ building practise in the Netherlands. Research and teaching at TU Delft since sept. 2006.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Giuseppe Lacanna
    Room: 01.oost.700
    g.lacanna@tudelft.nl

    Giuseppe Lacanna (1983), is a registered architect at the Swiss OTIA and the Italian OAPPC. He studied at the Faculty of Architecture of Florence in Italy, ČVUT and TUL Liberec in Czech Republic. He worked for the Centro Ricerche Fiat at the Design and Style department and at the Bořek Šípek associates.At the moment he participates at the international PhD program Villard d’Honnecourt, Delft-Venice. His field of research is the healthcare architecture.

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  • Iskander Pané
    Room: 01oost700
    I.R.Pane@tudelft.nl

    Iskandar Pané, researcher Architectural Analyses. Degree in architecture from TU Delft (ir.). Parttime researcher TU Delft since 2001. Architect at the office De Nijl Architecten from 2001 until 2006, and since 2006 at KAW Architecten en adviseurs.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Manuela Triggianese
    Room: 01.oost.700
    m.triggianese-1@tudelft.nl

    Manuela Triggianese (1987, Caserta, Italy) is a guest PhD researcher at TU Delft since June 2011, participating in Int. PhD program Villard d’Honnecourt III, Venice. She successfully graduated in architecture in Naples  (July 2010, cum laude), and she studied in Bruxelles (Institut Supérieur de l' Architecture in Saint-Luc) as erasmus student.

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  • Arnoud de Waaijer
    Room: 01oost700
    D.A.deWaaijer@tudelft.nl

    Arnoud de Waaijer, researcher Architectural Analyses. Degree in Architecture from TU Delft in 2008.  His graduation project “a railway station for Dordrecht” was focused on urban transformation processes through architectural research and design. At the moment he takes part in the “Mapping the Randstad of Holland 1200- 2000” project.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

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  • Kim Zweerink
    Room: 01oost700
    K.A.M.Zweerink@tudelft.nl

    Kim Zweerink, PhD researcher Architectural and Urban History. Degrees: History, Un. Rotterdam, specialization: history of pre-industrial societies; Art History, VU Amsterdam (drs. 2003), specialisation: Architectural History. 2002-2007 dS+V, Gemeente Rotterdam, Office Monuments. Publications on architecture and townplanning in Rotterdam. Editor of Rotterdams Jaarboekje and Tijdschrift Holland. Research and Teaching TU Delft since dec. 2007.

    Participant in project: AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

  • Thomas Galesloot

  • Michael Tjia
    Room: 01oost700
    m.l.k.tjia@tudelft.nl

  • Teun Verkerk
    Room: 01oost700
    T.J.Verkerk@tudelft.nl

  • Joran Kuijper
    Room: 01oost700
    j.a.kuijper@tudelft.nl