Portfolio

Researchers

  • Alper Semih Alkan
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    A.S.Alkan@tudelft.nl

    Alper Semih Alkan  [lecturer/PhD researcher] studied architecture and received his M.Arch. magna cum laude from METU in 2004. Between 2003-2007, he worked as a research and teaching assistant at METU, contributing to the master’s design studios, theory seminars and bachelor program. He collaborated with Exhibition Design Workshop, designed small-scale museums, temporary exhibitions, and founded his practice Mesospace. His research inquires in different modes of representation with a focus on technical images and their agency in architectural drawing and discursive formations in architecture. Alper joined AC/PB in 2011 and teaches architectural design and theory.

    Research Focus: modes of representation and design, architectural drawing and media, design discourse and theory

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  • Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01+.oost.700
    A.R.ChagasCavalcanti@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti studied architecture and urbanism in Brazil (2004-2009, UFAL).Her thesis about Shortage Architecture, an embedded research in the Favela Sururu the Capote, culminated with a graduation with distinction and an indication to Opera Prima 2009 (prize for best Brazilian graduation thesis).She worked at Bijari (S. Paulo, 2010) and at Triptyque Architecture (S. Paulo/Paris, 2011).In 2012, she concluded her Master (La Sapienza / ENSA Paris-Val-de-Seine), and in 2013, she worked as guest researcher on Urban Design at University of Hamburg .She is currently a Ph.D.Candidate at the Delft University of Technology supported by a Sciences without Borders Scholarship. Furthermore, she was awarded the architectural competition 72HUA first prize (Terni, 2012) and she exhibited some participatory urban interventions at architecture exhibitions such as IBA Hamburg (Hamburg, 2013) and the Biennial of Public Spaces (Rome, 2015). The Brazilian architecture magazine "AU" and the online platform ARCHITECTUREINDEVELOPMENT have published some of her collaborative design projects, in 2014. In 2014, back in Brazil, she founded the "School of Favela Architecture" (Maceió, 2014 -), a place where favela inhabitants and academics can share knowledge on architecture. This work unfolded an Exhibition at UCL Cities Methodologies (London, 2014), as well as articles at EURAU 2014 (Istanbul, 2014), at Favelissues.com (Berkeley, 2015) and at the 15thNAERUS(Brussels, 2014), Bartlett Development Unit, i-Rec (London, 2015), Vitruvius (S. Paulo, 2015) and it has received a positive critique from HDM editors (Cambridge-USA, 2015).Recently she was awarded with the IJURR fellowship Authors meet critics 2015” (Harvard University, UCLA, Sciences Po, ETH Zurich, LSE, University of Brussels, University of Manchester, University of Cambridge, Charles University, Northeastern University, University of Leeds, Uppsala University, University of Milan Bicocca, C Charles University, , University of Leeds, Uppsala University, University of Milan Bicocca, CSIC Madrid).She will also selected to participate at the Whonungsfrage Academy 2015 (HKW+Columbia Buel Center, 2015

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  • Arnoud de Waaijer
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    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.

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  • Birgit Jürgenhake
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    Room: 01.oost.760
    b.jurgenhake@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.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. She is currently working on her PhD research ‘Dwelling from the inside to the outside – from private to the public’ which focuses on the facade as the filter between the inside and the outside and as the face to the public realm.

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  • Birgitte Louise Hansen
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    http://www.blhansen.eu

     

    Birgitte Louise Hansen is trained as an architect. She works on research and design projects in The Netherlands and abroad. At the moment she is working on a research project about healthcare architecture for the chair 'Architectural Design–Interiors’ at The Technical University in Delft. She writes, speaks and publishes on subjects related to healthcare architecture on a regular basis and was the editor of the publication ‘Beyond Clinical Buildings’ (2008).

  • Carola Hein
    Coordinator of research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31(0)641141071
    Room: 01 OOST 700
    c.m.hein@tudelft.nl

    A German native, I have lived in Belgium, France, Japan, the United States and now the Netherlands and have traveled extensively through Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America. My mental map of my "hometown" is thus composed of bits and pieces from around the world. It includes such monuments as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Palace of Justice in Brussels or the Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia as well as Hamburg's Elbe river, or Tokyo Bay. My city is not only composed of famous landmarks, though; it includes just as much vernacular architecture and everyday neighbourhoods. I have been interested in the study of architectural and urban history as much as in urban reality, in citizen movements and transportation systems from around the world.


    My current interests include issues of

    1) "war, disaster, and rebuilding" examining the impact of war and war-derived doctrines, languages, planning and building techniques on urban development and

    2) the “international exchange of architectural and planning ideas.” Here I am specifically interested in diverse global commodity networks and their spatial impact, exploring Global Landscapes of Oil and Port Cities, as Dynamic Landscapes and Global Networks.

    3) I am also working on a Planning History Handbook that offers a comprehensive overview of planning history since its emergence in the late 19th century, investigating the history of the discipline, its core writings, key people, institutions, vehicles, education, and practice and that should be presented at the International Planning History Society conference to be held at TU Delft in 2016.

    More information on the IPHS conference can be found on iphs2016.org or in the flyer

    More information about the Planning History Workshop can be found in the flyer:

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    Publications:

    • 2016

    • (2016) Tange Kenzo’s Proposal for Rebuilding Hiroshima >>
    • 2015

    • (1994) Verso la metropoli verde >>
    • (2015) Urban Planning: Competitions and Exhibitions >>
    • 2014

    • (2014) The exchange of planning ideas from Europe to the USA after the Second World War: introductory thoughts and a call for further research. >>
    • (2014) Building Capital Mindscapes for the European Union >>
    • (2014) Building Capital Mindscapes for the European Union >>
    • (2014). Das Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York und die Einführung europäischer Wohnungs-, Nachbarschafts- und Städtebaukonzepte in die USA >>
    • 2013

    • (2013) Hafenstädte. Topografie und Entwicklung >>
    • 2012

    • (2012) Baumeister und Architekten in Japan >>
    • (2012) Paris et Tokyo: Une analyse comparative de l’organisation du territoire >>
    • 2011

    • (2011) Port Cities: Dynamic Landscapes and Global Networks >>
    • (2011) Suez et la route du pétrole >>
    • (2011) Von der Hanse bis zur HafenCity-From the Hansa to the HafenCity >>
    • 2010

    • (2010) The European Capital of Culture Programme and Istanbul 2010 >>
    • (2010) Petroleum >>
    • (2010) Siedlung. >>
    • (2010) Stadt >>
    • 2009

    • 2008

    • (2008) Brussels, Capital of Europe: Part of a Polycentric Headquarters System >>
    • 2007

    • (2007) Brussels; Perspectives on a european capital >>
    • (2007) Urban Form in Japan from the Meiji Era to Modern Times >>
    • 2006

    • (2006) Brussels – Capital of Belgium and Europe >>
    • 2005

    • (2005) La Gare Josaphat sur l'axe Bruxelles-Aéropoort: Perspectives pour un projet européen et multifonctionel/Het Josaphatstation op de as Brussel-Luchthaven: Perspectieven voor en Europees en Multifonctioneel Project >>
    • (2005) Resilient Tokyo: Disaster and Transformation in the Japanese City." >>
    • 2004

    • (2004) The Capital of Europe: Architecture and Urban Planning for the European Union >>
    • (2004) Bruxelles et les villes sièges de l’Union européenne >>
    • (2004) Comments from Foreign Professionals about Japanese City Planning >>
    • 2003

    • (2003) Visionary Plans and Planners >>
    • (2003) The Transformation of Planning Ideas in Japan and Its Colonies >>
    • (2003) Achtenvijftig/Fifty-eight >>
    • (2003) ICC (SIC)/CIC (SIC) >>
    • (2003) Wedstrijd (SIC) >>
    • (2003) Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown >>
    • (2003) Fumihiko Maki >>
    • (2003) Kansai Airport >>
    • (2003) Kyoto. >>
    • (2003) Tokyo >>
    • 2002

    • (2002) Hiroshima. The Atomic Bomb and Kenzo Tange‘s Hiroshima Peace Center >>
    • 2001

    • (2001) La culture des concours en Allemagne et au Japon >>
    • (2001) Urban Planning: Competitions and Exhibitions >>
    • 2000

    • (2000) Architettura e urbanistica nello “Stile giapponese moderno.” >>
    • (2000) Building the Capital of Germany - the Latest Destruction of Berlin >>
    • (2000) Japan - big-scale versus small-scale >>
    • 1999

    • (1999) Een thuis voor de Europese democratie? Het Europees parlement in Straatsburg van Architecture Studio/A home for European democracy? The European Parliament in Strasbourg by Architecture Studio >>
    • (1999) Stadsplanning versus buurtvorming: kleinschalige stedebouw in Japan/Urban Planning Versus Community Building: Small-scale urbanism in Japan >>
    • (1999) A Century of Architectural History >>
    • 1998

    • (1998) "Osaka." in Hamburgische Architektenkammer >>
    • (1998) Shopping Schlund >>
    • (1998) Prestige en vermaak, Grands projets in Japan/Prestige and Diversion, Grand projects in Japan. >>
    • (1998) Japanische Stadtplanung und ihre deutschen Wurzeln >>
    • 1997

    • (1997) Planning the New Capital City Berlin/Shin toshi Berlin no sekkei keikaku >>
    • 1996

    • (1996) Polizeistation in Chofu >>
    • (1996) "Vijf woningen: recent werk van Shigeru Ban/Five houses: recent work by Shigeru Ban >>
    • (1996) Kobans in Tokio: Stadscultuur of modieuze accessoires?/Koban in Tokyo: urban culture or trendy extras >>
    • (1996) Moderne Referenties aan de Japanse Traditie: nieuw museum van Tadao Ando in Chikatsu Asuka/Modern References to Japanese Tradition: The New Museum by Tadao Ando in Chikatsu Asuka >>
    • (1996) Archäologie-Zentrum am Mont Beuvray >>
    • 1995

    • (1995) Kobe - acht Monate später >>
    • (1995) Hoofdstad Europa: over de vestigingsproblematiek van de Europese Unie/A Capital for Europe: Where to House the European Union >>
    • (1995) Schule im Block >>
    • (1994) Mietbüros an der Porte d'Italie, Paris >>
    • (1994) Architectuur in Hamburg: de lessen van Schumacher/Architecture in Hamburg: Schumacher’s Lessons >>
    • 1994

    • (1994) Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle Paris >>
    • (1994) Im Sog des Riesen (CCI) >>
    • (994) Die Stadt - eine Collage? Ausstellung “Kunst und Architektur in Europa >>
    • (1994) Opération Poste, 1500 Wohnungen für junge Postler in Paris >>
    • (1994) Brüssel - hovedstad i Europa. >>
    • 1993

    • (1993) Planungen für die Haupt-und Weltstadt Berlin - ein Wettbewerb von 1957/58 >>
    • (1993) Europa in Brüssel >>
    • (1993) Planer vor hovedstaden Berlin >>
    • 1991

    • (1991): "Aspekte der Stadtplanung in "Hauptstadt Berlin" Entwürfen von 1957/58 >>
    • (1991) City Nord - die Geschäftsstadt im Grünen >>
    • (1991) Berlijn: prijsvraag Potsdamer en Leipziger Platz >>
    • (1991) De toekomst van Berlijn >>
    • 1990

    • (1990) "Der öffentliche Raum im "Hauptstadt Berlin" Wettbewerb" 1957/58 >>
  • Charlotte A. van Wijk
    Participant in research group: Design & History - Joint research program department of Architecture, Urbanism and AE&T
    +31 (0)15 27 88797
    Room: 01+ OOST 700
    C.A.vanWijk@tudelft.nl

    Charlotte van Wijk (Rotterdam, 1974) is in 2005 afgestudeerd aan de Faculteit Bouwkunde van de T.U. Delft.

    Onderzoek:

    Naast werk aan verscheidene publicaties uitvoering van onderzoek voor het IHAAU (Institute of History of Art, Architecture & Urbanism). Het centrale thema is de manier waarop de vormgeving van openbare gebouwen de houding ten opzichte van de burger en de democratie weerspiegelt.

    Ook het beheer van de stoelen- en Rietveldcollectie genereert onderzoeksvragen; de geschiedenis van objecten in de collectie en de ontwikkeling van de ontwerpers zijn centrale thema’s. Een deel van deze taak behelst het verstrekken van informatie aan een geïnteresseerd lekenpubliek, een ander deel samenwerking met onderzoekers op het gebied van design, en het verzorgen van publicaties.

    Projecten:

    Naast de onderzoekstaken beheert zij de stoelencollectie van de Faculteit, de Rietveld miniaturen collectie, de dia- en prentencollectie van de faculteit.

    Stoelencollectie: naast het dagelijks beheer het organiseren van symposia, rondleidingen en tentoonstellingen.

    Dia- en prenten collectie: voor beide collecties loopt een digitalisatieproject, met het oog op ontsluiting via internet. Hiervoor is een samenwerking aangegaan met de Centrale Bibliotheek, waar de benodigde technische infrastructuur aanwezig is.

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  • Cor Wagenaar
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments, Design & History - Joint research program department of Architecture, Urbanism and AE&T
    +31 (0)15 27 84191
    Room: 01+ OOST 700
    C.Wagenaar@tudelft.nl

     

    Cor Wagenaar (1960) studeerde geschiedenis aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
    Studeerde in 1986 af bij Prof. Dr. I. Lipschits, op een scriptie over de wederopbouw van Groningen (cum laude, ‘oude’ stijl). Promoveerde in 1993 aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen op een proefschrift over de wederopbouw van Rotterdam, dat zich toespitste op de invloed van sociaal-economische en geopolitieke veranderingen op de inhoud van de stedenbouwkundige discipline. Was als post-doc aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen betrokken bij het NWO-project ‘De Nederlandse Cultuur in Europese Context’ aan onderzoek naar de internationale ideeënuitwisseling in de naoorlogse stedenbouw. Nam als lid van de inmiddels opgeheven werkgroep ter conservering van waardevolle archieven op het gebied van de Planologie, Stedenbouw, en Volkshuisvesting (PSVA), die deel uitmaakte van het Nederlands Instituut voor Ruimtelijke Ordening en Volkshuisvesting (NIROV), in 1995 het initiatief voor een reeks monografieën van Nederlandse Stedenbouwkundigen, die bij 010 verschijnt en inmiddels is geadopteerd door Stichting Architecturalia. Was in 1996 mede-oprichter van Stichting Architecturalia, die zich het stimuleren van publicaties op het gebied van architectuur, landschapsarchitectuur en stedenbouw ten doel stelt. Werkte van 1996 tot 2001 als Akademie onderzoeker bij de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, gedetacheerd bij de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, met als onderzoeksterrein de architectonisch-stedenbouwkundige opvattingen van J.J.P. Oud en de ontwikkeling daarvan in de context van diens uitgebreide internationale netwerk. Is sinds 2001 Universitair Docent aan de Technische Universiteit van Delft. Trad in 2001 op als een van de curatoren van de mede op dit onderzoek gebaseerde tentoonstelling J.J.P. Oud/Philip Johnson in het Nederlands Architectuurinstituut te Rotterdam. Was van 2001 tot 2005 inhoudelijk verantwoordelijk voor een internationaal congres over de architectuur van het ziekenhuis.
     

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    Publications:

    • 2011

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    • Cor Wagenaar, Town Planning in the Netherlands since 1800. Responses to Enlightenment Ideas and Geopolitical Realities, Rotterdam 2011, 640 pp. >>
    • 2010

    • Cor Wagenaar, Noor Mens, Architectuur voor de gezondheidszorg, Rotterdam 2010, 353 pp., >>
    • 2006

    • Herman van Bergeijk, Cor Wagenaar, De stad, Rotterdam, 2006 >>
    • 2004

  • dipl. ing. Oliver Sack
    Chair of Architectural design - Dwelling
    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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  • Dirk van den Heuvel
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01.oost.760
    d.vandenheuvel@tudelft.nl
    http://www.team10online.org

    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. Together with Max Risselada he organised two exhibitions and publications: ‘Team 10 – In Search of a Utopia of the Present’ (NAi Publishers, 2005) and ‘Alison and Peter Smithson – from the House of the Future to a house of today’ (010 Publishers, 2004). Together with Madeleine Steigenga and Jaap van Triest he authored ‘Lessons: Tupker / Risselada. A Double Portrait of Dutch Architectural Education’ (SUN Publishers, 2003).
    He is an editor of DASH (NAi publishers) and the on-line journal Footprint. He was also an editor of the journal OASE (1993-1999). He publishes in various magazines and on-line media, among which ArchiNed and PIN-UP magazine. He has worked as an architect for the offices of Neutelings Riedijk Architecten and De Nijl Architecten.

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    Publications:

    • 2009

    • Le Plus Grand Nombre. Some Notes on Mass Housing and Our Public Spaces Today, in: Volume 21 / Archis 3, 2009 'The Block', ISBN 978-90-77966-21-1
      also published in: Project Russia, no. 55, 2010, 'Housing' >>
    • Polder Joy, in: Club Donny, nr. 4, 2009 >>
    • 2008

    • Another Sensibility - The Discovery of Context, in: OASE 76,'Context / Specificity', 2008, pp. 21-46 >>
    • Jaap Bakema et l'exemple de Leeuwarden: un paysage artificiel dans l'infinité de l'espace, in: B.F. Lussac, R. Papillault (eds.), 'Le Team X et le logement collectif à grande échelle en Europe', MSHA, Pessac, 2008 >>
    • Dirk van den Heuvel, Maarten Mesman, Wido Quist, Bert Lemmens (eds.), 'The Challenge of Change, Dealing with the Legacy of the Modern Movement. Proceedings of the 10th International Docomomo Conference', IOS Press, Amsterdam 2008, ISBN 978-1-58603-917-2 >>
    • Dirk van den Heuvel, Max Risselada (eds.), 'Alison y Peter Smithson. De la Casa del Futuro a la casa de hoy', Ediciones Polígrafa, Barcelona 2008, ISBN 978-84-343-1168-8 >>
    • 'Inside-Outside. On the Work of Petra Blaisse and the Architecture of the Drape', in: OASE nr. 75, 25 Years of Critical Reflection on Architecture, pp. 285-299, ISBN 978-90-5662-063-9 >>
    • 2007

    • 'To Jump', in: PIN-UP magazine nr. 3, 2007, pp. 62-64
    • 2006

    • 'Le présent de l'utopique: la grille de réidentification urbaine d'Alison et Peter Smithson', in: Jean-Lucien Bonillo, Claude Massu, Daniel Pinson (eds.), 'La modernité critique, autour du CIAM 9 d'Aix-en-Provence - 1953', Editions Imbernon, Marseille 2006, pp. 147-156, ISBN 2-9516396-4-3 >>
    • 'Alison and Peter Dress Up to Go to a Party', in: PIN-UP magazine, nr. 1, Fall 2006, pp. 91-93 >>
    • 2005

    • Max Risselada, Dirk van den Heuvel (eds.), 'Team 10. In Search of a Utopia of the Present (1953-1981)', NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, 2005, ISBN 90-5662-471-7 >>
    • 'Entre Autonomie et Integration', in: L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui nr. 358, mai 2005, pp. 44-55 >>
    • 'Recolonising the Modern. Robin Hood Gardens Today', in: P. Johnston (ed.), 'Architecture is not Made with the Brain. The Labour of Alison and Peter Smithson', AA publications, London 2005, pp. 30-37 >>
    • 2004

    • Dirk van den Heuvel, Max Risselada (eds.), 'Alison and Peter Smithson - from the House of the Future to a house of today', 010 Publishers, Rotterdam 2004 >>
    • 2003

    • Dirk van den Heuvel, Madeleine Steigenga, Jaap van Triest, 'Lessons: Tupker/Risselada. A Double Portrait of Dutch Architectural Education 1953-2003 / Lessen: Tupker/Risselada. Dubbelportret van het Nederlandse architectuuronderwijs 1953-2003', SUN Publishers, Amsterdam 2003, ISBN 90-5875-051-5 >>
    • 'A Few Tentative Answers', in: Hunch, The Berlage Institute Report nr. 6/7, 2003, pp. 237-240 >>
  • dr. ir. Gregory Bracken
    Chair of Architecture Theory
    Room: 01+.Oost.700
    gregory@cortlever.com
    http://www.gregorybracken.com

    Dr. Ir. Gregory Bracken is Assistant Professor of Architecture at the Theory Section of the Architecture Department, TU Delft. From 2009 to 2015 he was a Research Fellow at the International Institute for Asian Studies and while there founded (with Dr. Manon Osseweijer) the Urban Knowledge Network Asia (UKNA) www.ukna.asia (which was funded by a 1.2 million grant from the European Union’s Marie Curie Actions). Dr. Bracken was also one of the founding editors of Footprint journal www.footprintjournal.org and some of his recent research has been concerned with the urban environments of East and Southeast Asia.

     

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  • dr. ir. Klaske Havik
    Chair of Methods and Analysis
    (+31) (0)6 39251026
    Room: Room: 01 East 700
    k.m.havik@tudelft.nl

    Klaske Havik is architect and writer. She has developed a distinct research approach relating architectural and urban questions (such as the use, experience and imagination of place) to literary language. Her book Urban Literacy. Reading and Writing Architecture (nai010, 2014), based on her PhD research, developed a literary approach to architecture and urban regeneration, proposing the three notions description, transcription and prescription. She initiated and organised the 2nd international conference on architecture and fiction: Writingplace. Literary Methods in Architectural Research and Design (2013, publication 2016). Havik is editor of the Dutch-Belgian peer reviewed architecture journal OASE, she recently edited OASE#95 Crossing Boundaries,OASE#91 Building Atmosphere with Juhani Pallasmaa and Peter Zumthor (2013), OASE #89 Medium. The Mid-Size city as an European urban condition and strategy. (2012) and OASE#85, Productive Uncertainty (2011). With Hans Teerds and Tom Avermaete, she co-edited the anthology Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (2009). As a practicing architect, Klaske Havik has been involved in the redevelopment of ship wharf NDSM in Amsterdam. Havik’s literary work appeared in Dutch poetry collections and literary magazines. Havik’s literary work appeared in Dutch and Flemish poetry collections and literary magazines such as De RevisorDWB and TERRAS.

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    Publications:

    • 2016

    • Havik KM. 2016, Endorsement for : Attunement Architectural Meaning after the Crisis of Modern Science, by Alberto Pérez-Gómez
    • Havik Klaske & Plumbi Dorina. 2016, The role of the architect as a facilitator of a new “common” space  p. 373-374 2 p.
    • A Spanish edition of the book Urban Literacy, Reading and Writing Architecture >>
    • Havik Klaske. Ontmoetingen in het stedelijk leven, 2016 In : De Groene Amsterdammer. 140, 22, p. 60-61 2 p.
    • Writingplace - Investigations in Architecture and Literature >>
    • 2015

    • Havik KM & Tielens G. 2015 In : Ehituskunst : Estonian Architectural review. 2015, p. 96-103 8 p
    • Avermaete TLP, d'Auria V, Havik KM & Lenders L. 2015 In : Oase Crossing Boundaries: tijdschrift voor architectuur. 95, p. 3-7 5 p. Interview with Sami Rintala, p. 97-103 128 p. Interview with Sonja Spruit, p. 108-113 128 p. Interview with BC Architects, p. 103-108 128 p. Interview with ARCò: Architecture and Cooperation, p. 113-119 128 p. Designing for Simultaneity: Negotiating Domestic, Social and Productive Practices in Addis Ababa, p. 91-96 6 p.  
    • 2014

    • Havik KM. 2014, Urban literacy: Reading and writing architecture. Rotterdam: nai010 publishers. >>
    • Schoonderbeek MGH & Havik KM. 2014, Reading and reacting: from the research of border conditions to experimental methods in architectural and urban design. In : Nordlit. 31, p. 49-58 10 p.
    • Havik KM. Shifting perspectives: Writing exercises in architectural education, 2014 ARCHTHEO '14. Architecture and writing: Theory of architecture conference. Duyan E (eds.). Istanbul: DAKAM Publishing., p. 271-282 12 p.
    • Havik KM & Tielens G. Sfeer, mededogen en belichaamde ervaring: Een gesprek over sfeer met Juhani Pallasmaa, 2014 OASE Sfeer bouwen. Havik KM, Teerds PJ & Tielens G (eds.). Rotterdam. Editorial: Building atmosphere, p. 3-11 128 p. Sfeer, mededogen en belichaamde ervaring: Een gesprek over sfeer met Juhani Pallasmaa, p. 34-52 128 p. Geconcentreerd vertrouwen: Een bezoek aan Peter Zumthor, p. 60-82 128 p. Stepping stones, p. 13-20 128 p.   
    • Schoonderbeek MGH & Havik KM. Reading and reacting : from the research of border conditions to experimental methods in architectural and urban design, 2014 In : Nordlit. 31, p. 49-58 10 p.
    • Havik KM. Made in Monster, 2014 In : Terras., p. 197-202 6 p.
    • Havik KM. Huis Buendia, 2014 In : DWB: Dietsche Warande & Belfort., p. 44-45 2 p.
    • 2013

    • Havik KM. 2013 Once upon a place: Architecture and fiction. Gadanho P & Oliveira S (eds.). Lisbon., p. 307-315 343 p. >>
    • Havik KM. 2013, Dwalend door een grillig landschap
    • Havik KM. 2013, De stad als spiegel
    • 2012

    • Havik KM. 2012 Arhipera International summer school of participatory architecture: The journal. The lectures. Bucharest., p. 46-58 Article
    • Havik KM. 2012 In : S+RO (Stedenbouw en Ruimtelijke Ordening)., p. 50-53 4 p.
    • Havik KM. Casa Weeber, 2012 DASH 07: Het ecohuis. Vink J, Vollaard P, van den Heuvel D, van Gameren D &Kraaij A (eds.). Rotterdam., p. 130-135 160 p.
    • Havik KM. Bridging: The spatial construction of knowledge in architectural research, 2012 In : Footprint. 2012, 10, p. 59-67 9 p.
    • 2011

    • Havik KM, Patteeuw V & Teerds PJ. 2011 Oase Productive Uncertainty.​ Productive uncertainty: indeterminacy in spatial design, planning and management: editorial, p. 3-6 4 p. Define and let go: An interview with John Habraken, p. 8-16 9 p.
    • Havik Klaske. De architect en de stad, 2012 In :Oase Medium : tijdschrift voor architectuur. 89, 1, p. 54-65 12 p.
    • 2010

    • Havik KM. 2010 Border Conditions. Schoonderbeek MGH (eds.). Amsterdam., p. 164-170 400 p.
    • Havik KM. Readings on the Edge, 2010 Border Conditions. Schoonderbeek MGH (eds.). Amsterdam., p. 164-170 400 p.
    • Havik KM & Veldhuisen S. Terristories : An educational method for sustainable, site-specific research and design, 2011 Teaching a new environmental culture : The environment as a question of architectural education. Voyatzaki M (eds.). s.l.., p. 225-233 473 p.
    • 2009

    • Avermaete TLP, Havik KM & Teerds PJ. Architectural Positions. Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere. 2009 Nijmegen: SUN Publishers. 400 p. >>
    • Havik KM & Lehtovuori P. 2009 Creative Economies, Creative Cities: Asian-European Perspective. Kong L & O'Connor J (eds.). London., p. 207-227 22 p.
    • Havik KM. The Bridge of Urban Literacy: a literary approach to lived space in urban and architectural research and practice, 2009 The Archiecture Annual 2007/2008. Rotterdam., p. 66-69 4 p.
    • Havik KM & Veldhuisen S. Terristories- site-specific research and design, 2009 In : Oase On Territories : tijdschrift voor architectuur. 80, p. 70-76 7 p.
    • Havik KM. Kalasatama reconsidered, 2009 In : Arkkitehti., p. 76-79 4 p.
    • Havik KM. Journal as an intellectual platform, 2009 In : Arkkitehti., p. 80-81 2 p.
    • Havik KM & Lehtovuori P. Alternative Politics in Urban Innovstion, 2009 Creative Economies, Creative Cities: Asian-European Perspective. Kong L & O'Connor J (eds.). London., p. 207-227 22 p.
    • 2008

    • Avermaete TLP & Havik KM. Accommodating the Public Sphere. Bernard Tscumi's dynamic definition of Architecture, 2008 In : Oase Into the open : tijdschrift voor architectuur. 77, p. 43-57 15 p.  
    • 2007

    • Havik KM. Enhancing innovation activity through planning: theory and concepts, 2007 Infrastructures for Innovation: enhancing innovation activity through urban planning in Baltic metropolises. Ruoppila S, Lehtovuori P & von Hertzen N (eds.). Helsinki., p. 11-19 9 p.
    • Havik KM. Parallelle overpeinzingen, 2007 De Architect. 9, p. 116-116 1 p.
    • Havik KM. Monotonie en diversiteit rond de IJoevers, 2007 In : Oase Gentrification : tijdschrift voor architectuur., 73, p. 128-137 10 p.
    • 2006

    • Havik KM. 2006. Lezen van de Stad. In : ArchiNed artikel
    • Havik KM. Strength and vulnerability creativity at former industrial sites in the netherlands, 2006 Global places, local spaces. : UCL., p. 20-20
    • Havik KM. OMA in Den Haag, 2006 In : ArchiNed., p. 1-2 2 p.
    • Havik KM. 2006 In :Oase Architecture & Literature : tijdschrift voor architectuur., 70, Lived experience, places Read: toward an urban literacy p. 37-49 13 p. Geleefde ervaring, gelezen plekken: naar een stedelijk alfabetisme p. 37-49 13 p. Architecture & Literature; Reflections/Imaginations. 70, p. 3-7 5 p.
    • Havik KM & Schutten EI. Interfering: Contextual Interventions in Urban Space, 2006 Place and Location, Studies in Environmental Aesthetics and semiotics V., p. 167-178 12 p.
    • Havik KM & Lehtovuori P. Do dreams come true?, 2006 In : Arkkitehti., p. 14-25 12 p.
    • Havik KM. Between city and sea, chances for public realm in Tallinn's coastal area, 2006 Emotional architecture (2). Tallinn., p. 36-43 8 p.
    • 2005

    • Havik KM. Tugevus ja norkus, 2005 In : Maja estonian architectural review., p. 54-57 4 p.
    • Havik KM. Transformatie als constante, 2005 In : De Architect. 36, 3, p. 42-49 8 p.
    • Havik KM. Strength and vulnerability : creativity at former industrial sites in the Netherlands, 2005 In : Maja estonian architectural review., p. 58-61 4 p.
    • 2004

    • Havik KM. Subcultuur als generator van stedelijke activiteiten, 2004 In : De Architect. 35, aug. 2004, p. 30-33 4 p.
    • Havik KM. Moistuse haal, 2004 In : Ehituskunst : Estonian Architectural review., p. 12-15 4 p.
    • Havik KM. Making Sense, 2004 In : Ehituskunst : Estonian Architectural review., 39/40, p. 16-21 6 p.
    • Havik KM. Het aanzien waard, 2004 Rotterdam: Dorp, stad & land. 84 p.
    • 2003

    • Havik KM. Oproep tot politieke verantwoordelijkheid, 2003 In : De Architect., p. 13-13 1 p.
    • Havik KM. Design & interieur, 2003 In : De Architect., p. 85-87 3 p.
  • dr. ir. Leonardo Zuccaro Marchi
    Chair of Methods and Analysis
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    +39 3281119065
    Room: 01 East 700
    L.ZuccaroMarchi@tudelft.nl

    Leonardo Zuccaro Marchi started his research in Architecture during his Diploma at A.S.P. (Alta Scuola Politecnica), obtaining a double degree at both Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino (tutor: Professor Zucchi).  Over the years he developed a strong liking for the urban theme concerning the “Heart of the City” - the theme of the CIAM8 - from both the historical as well as the theoretical approach. His PhD research has allowed him to re-conceptualize this organic theme of the 1950s and resulted in many valid perspectives for our contemporary urban condition. In 2011 he was Collection Research Grant Recipient at CCA in Montreal. In 2013 he obtained a double PhD from both TU Delft and IUAV (Promotors: Professors  Riedijk and Viganò; Co-Promotors: Professors Avermaete and De Magistris). In 2014-15 he`s Postdoc fellow at KTH. As far as his teaching experience is concerned, he taught as tutor at the Politecnico di Milano; he`s Visiting Lecturer at TU Delft and he`s teaching also Urban Design online at UDEM, Universidad de Monterrey. Finally, both his design activity and multidisciplinary theoretical research allowed him to win the “Best 40 under 40 European Architects” awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum and the European Center in 2010. While in 2011 he was Runner-up at “Europan NL” with LAP Studio (Landscape Architecture Praxis).

    Participant in project: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities

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  • Dr. ir. Martijn Stellingwerff
    Chair of Form & Modelling studies
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31 15 27 84683
    Room: Form Studies - South Atrium
    M.C.Stellingwerff@tudelft.nl
    https://online-learning.tudelft.nl/instructors/martijn-stellingwerff/

    Martijn Stellingwerff graduated with honourable mention at TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, in 1993. He is assistant professor at the Form & Modelling Studies group at the TU Delft Faculty of Architecture. From 2001 till 2004 he was also researcher at the Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Sint-Lucas Architecture in Brussels. At that time he was involved in several EU and locally funded projects: PICT, DYNAMO, AVOCAAD, {ACCOLADE}, USO BUILT. Martijn organised three conferences and participated in several books. He is active in the review committees of the EAEA, Knowing (by) Designing and eCAADe conferences. In 2005, he successfully defended his PhD dissertation on Virtual Context (pdf 6.1Mb). An overview of some of his publications can be found in METISthe Delft Library Repository and in CUMINCAD.

    Currently Martijn is coordinating the minor on ‘Advanced Prototyping’ in collaboration with the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering. He also teaches in the Masters elective course ‘Ornamatics’. Together with his colleagues he established and manages the CAMlab as part of the Modelling Techniques workshop

    In 2016, Martijn Stellingwerff developed a successful MOOC with the title IMAGE | ABILITY visualizing-the-unimaginable and in 2017 he will develop a second MOOC on Physical and Digital Models in Architecture.  

    He is also Research coordinator for the Explorelab.

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  • dr.ir. Klaske Havik
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    (+31) (0)6 39251026
    Room: 01 East 700
    k.m.havik@tudelft.nl

    Klaske Havik is an architect and writer, employed as associate professor of Methods & Analysis at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment in Delft. Her research focuses on the experience, use and imagination of architecture and the city. In her dissertation Urban Literacy (2012), she proposed a literary approach to architecture and urbanism. She writes regularly for journals in the Netherlands and Nordic countries and is an editor of OASE, Journal for Architecture. With Tom Avermaete and Hans Teerds, she co-edited the anthology Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (SUN, 2009). As practicing architect she was involved in the regeneration of the former ship wharf NDSM in Amsterdam into a cultural breeding place. Poems and stories of Klaske Havik appeared in a number of literary books and magazines such as Vanuit de Lucht (From the Sky) (2011) and DWB (2012).

    Participant in project: AP-3. Borders & Territories

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Klaske Havik, Urban Literacy, Reading and Writing Architecture, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 publishers (ISBN 978-94-6208-121-5) >>
    • Klaske Havik, Urban Literacy, Reading and Writing Architecture, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 publishers (ISBN 978-94-6208-121-5) >>
    • 2013

    • Klaske Havik, Hans Teerds, Gus Tielens (ed.), OASE#91, Building Atmospheres, Rotterdam 2013, nai010 publishers  >>
    • 2012

    • Klaske Havik 'Bridging. Architectural research as reinterpreting and re-ordering of knowledge from different fields in a mediating composition', in: Footprint Architecture Journal, Delft 2012, DSD
    • Michiel Dehaene, Klaske Havik, and Bruno Notteboom (eds.), OASE #89 Medium. The Mid-Size city as an European urban condition and strategy. Rotterdam 2012, NAi010 Publishers >>
    • Klaske Havik, 'Transcription - the social and experimental in literary and architectural spaces', in: Arhipera. International Summer School of Participatory Architecture, the Lectures, Bucarest 2012, Soros Foundation, pp. 46-59 
    • Klaske Havik, 'Arhipera in Dor Marunt - 4 stories,' in Arhipera. International Summer School of Participatory Architecture, the Journal, Bucarest 2012, Soros Foundation, pp. 102-107
    • 2011

    • Klaske Havik, Véronique Patteeuw, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#85, Productive Uncertainty, Rotterdam 2011, NAi Publishers >>
    • 2009

    • Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>
    • Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>
    • 2007

    • Pnina Avidar, Klaske Havik, and David Mulder (eds.), OASE#73, Gentrification, Rotterdam 2007, NAi Publishers >>
    • 2006

    • Christoph Grafe, Klaske Havik, and Madeleine Maaskant (eds.), OASE#70, Architecture & Literature, Reflections/Imaginations, Rotterdam 2006, NAi Publishers >>
  • dr.ir. Olindo Caso
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    +31 15 2782176
    Room: 01.Oost.700
    O.Caso@tudelft.nl

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  • dr.ir. Roberto Cavallo
    Coordinator of research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    +31 (0)15 27 85352
    Room: 01OOST450
    R.Cavallo@tudelft.nl

    Roberto Cavallo (1967) is an architect, principal at STUDIO-AI based in Amsterdam, associate professor Architectural Design and currently Director of Education at the Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology. He is member of the steering team of the research programme 'The Architectural Project and its Foundations' and a key actor in two research programmes of the Department of Architecture: Architecture and the City, Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, and Mapping Randstad Holland. He has been organising and coordinating several international workshops, symposia and conferences (the last one the EAAE-ISUF International Conference ‘New Urban Configuration’ in 2012, with the proceedings book published under his supervision). His various scientific publications range from the urban to the architectural project. In 2013 he worked as senior researcher at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS), Centre for Urban and Regional Studies (CURS), and at the Faculty of Architecture of Hong Kong University (HKU).

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

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    Publications:

    Publications:

    • Leen van Duin, Roberto Cavallo, Henk Engel and François Claessens (ed.), The Urban Project, Architectural Intervention in Urban Areas, Amsterdam (IOS Press), 2009.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘The development of railroads and their impact on the Dutch City’, in: EURAU 2008 - Cultural Landscape, Madrid (Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura), 2008.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Het spoorwegstation: van monument naar multifunctionele terminal. Het geval van de Amsterdamse Centraal Station’, in: François Claessens and Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 4, Amsterdam (SUN), 2007.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Spoorwegen in de Hollandse stad’, in: François Claessens and Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 5. Amsterdam (SUN), 2007.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘5x5: Spoorzones in de Hollandse stad. 1.Haarlem’, in: Francois Claessens and Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 5, Amsterdam (SUN), 2007.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Entagled with the city: the metropolitan railways’, in: T2M conference 2007 - TU Eindhoven, Helmond, 2007.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Stationseiland Amsterdam’, in: Area, 87 (2006).
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Existing Buildings and changing infrastructures’, in: Dimensions. Building City Territory. Venezia (IUAV), 2006
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Amsterdam Stationseiland’, in: Dimensions. Building City Territory, Venezia (IUAV), 2006.
    • Roberto Cavallo and Dirk Zuiderveld, ‘Van Vrije Gemeente tot Paradiso. 125 jaar podium voor cultuur, maatschappij en muziek in Amsterdam’, in: François Claessens and Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 3, Amsterdam (SUN), 2006.
    • Roberto Cavallo and Dirk Zuiderveld, ‘Paradiso Amsterdam’, in: Monumenten, 9 (2006).
    • Roberto Cavallo, S. Umberto Barbieri and Filip Geerts, ‘Amsterdam, Noord/Zuidlijn. A new chapter in the city’s project’ in: Rassegna, 84 (2006).
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Existing Buildings and changing infrastructures’, in: Dimensions. Building City Territory, Venezia (IUAV), 2006.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Het Oostelijk Havengebied van Amsterdam en het spoorwegtracé: architectonische interventies met oog op stedelijke continuïteit’, in: Francois Claessens & Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 3, Amsterdam (SUN), 2006.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Otto Wagner, Karlsplatz station’, in: Willemijn Wilms Floet (ed.), Plandocumentatie Kleine Openbare Gebouwen, Delft University Press, 2005-1.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Huis Hardglas Almere’, in: Willemijn Wilms Floet (ed.), Het ontwerp van het kleine woonhuis, Amsterdam (SUN), 2005.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Buitenverblijf Baião’, in: Willemijn Wilms Floet (ed.), Het ontwerp van het kleine woonhuis, Amsterdam (SUN), 2005.
    • Roberto Cavallo, Filip Geerts and S. Martin Blas, ‘Dimensions’, in: Publication of the international PhD Villard d’Honnecourt, ETSMA Madrid, Venezia (Istituto Universitario Architettura), 2005.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Railway and transformation of the city: integrating research and design studies’, in: EURAU 2005 - Considering space on a large scale, Lille, 2005.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht’, in: Emilio Chlimintzas (ed.), Musea: idee & architectuur, Amsterdam (SUN), 2004.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Studio di Architettura Amsterdam’, in: d’Architettura, 23 (2004).
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘The Stork area and the transforming urban landscape of Amsterdam-Eastern Docklands’, in: A vision of Europe - international congress IV edition Triennale, Bologna - October 2004, Florence (Alinea), 2004
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Infrastructures and expanding modern city, the example of Vienna Stadtbahn’, In: EAAE congress ‘The European City’ - TU Delft, Delft: University Press, 2004.
    • Roberto Cavallo, François Claessens, Filip Geerts and Willemijn Wilms Floet, ‘Transformers of the European City’, in: François Claessens and Henk Engel (ed.), OverHolland 1, Amsterdam (SUN), 2004.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘An integration of theory and design’, in: Re-integrating Theory and design in architectural education - international congress, Gazi University, Ankara, Ankara (Nurol Matbaacilik), 2001
    • Roberto Cavallo and Leen van Duin, Plannenmap Wereldtentoonstellingen, Delft (University Press), 2000
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Theater De Storm’, in: Leen van Duin, S.Umberto Barbieri and Filip Geerts, Plandocumentatie Theaters, Delft (University Press), 2000.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘House Hardglas’, in: Willemijn Wilms Floet (ed.), Plandocumentatie Kleine woonhuizen, Delft (University Press), 2000.
    • Roberto Cavallo, ‘Experimental Urban planning and Architecture at the World Fairs’, in: Research by Design - international congress, Delft (University Press), 2000.
  • dr.ir. Willemijn Wilms Floet
    +31 (0)6 39251307
    Room: 01 East 700
    w.w.l.m.wilmsfloet@tudelft.nl

    ir. Willemijn Wilms Floet, assistant professor Architecture. Degree in Architecture from TU Delft (ir.) Practising architect since 1988. Teaching and researching  at the TU Delft since 1990. Expertise in documentation and analysis of architectural projects, under which A hundred Years of Dutch Architecture (Dutch 1999, English 2002, Chinese 2008). Co-author of the Zakboek voor de Woonomgeving (2001). Editor of Het ontwerp van het kleine woonhuis (2005) and Architectuurgids Delft (2011). Villard d’Honnecourt IUAV 2012. Under construction PHD: The architecture of the little courtyard in the Dutch City (2014). At the moment she is involved in the revision of the BSc curriculum in Delft for which she made a comparison of ten schools of architecture.

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

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    Publications:

  • dr.Janina Gosseye |
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    +31152781276
    Room: kamer B8-01OOST700
    J.Gosseye@tudelft.nl

    Janina Gosseye is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at both TUDelft (The Netherlands), where she is part of the  Methods and Analysis group and at the University of Queensland (Australia), where she is a member of the  Architecture Theory Criticism History Research Centre (ATCH). Her research focuses on the notion of collectivity in post-war architecture and is situated at the nexus of architectural theory and social and political history. In 2012, she completed her PhD on the construction of new collective spaces in post-war Flanders, entitled ‘On Common Ground? New Public and Collective Spaces in Flanders, 1950s-1970s’ at the University of Leuven (Belgium). Currently Janina researches the postwar development of shopping centres in Western Europe and Australia, for which she obtained two grants; a ‘Vidi’ grant from NWO (Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research) and a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship from the University of Queensland.

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    Publications:

    Janina Gosseye, Tom Avermaete (eds.), Shopping Towns Europe 1945-1975 (London: Bloomsbury Academic, forthcoming 2016).

    John Macarthur, Deborah van der Plaat, Janina Gosseye, Andrew Wilson (eds.), Hot Modernism: Queensland Post-war Architecture 1945-1975 (London: Artifice Books, forthcoming 2015).

    Janina Gosseye, John Macarthur, ‘Angry Young Architects. Counterculture and the Critique of Modernism in Brisbane, 1967-1972,’ in: Ben Dorfman (ed.), Dissent Refracted: Historical Images of Dissent (Bern: Peter Lang, forthcoming 2015).

    Janina Gosseye, ‘Lost in Conversation, Constructing the Oral History of Modern Architecture,’ Fabrications: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia & New Zealand, 24, 4 (2014): 147-155.

    Janina Gosseye, ‘Collectivity and the Post-war European Shopping Centre,’ AE. Lusofona Journal of Architecture and Education, 8-9 (2013): 245-264.

    Janina Gosseye, Hilde Heynen, ‘In Search of the Ugliest Country in the World: Australia versus Belgium. On Robin Boyd, Renaat Braem, Regionalism and Post-war Modernism,’ in: Alexandra Brown, Andrew Leach (eds.) Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, 30, Open (Gold Coast, July 2013), 419-431.

    Janina Gosseye, Hilde Heynen, ‘Architecture for Leisure in Post-war Europe, 1945-1989: Between Experimentation, Liberation and Patronisation,’ Journal of Architecture, 18, 5 (October 2013): 623-631.

    Janina Gosseye, Hilde Heynen, ‘Campsites as Utopias? A Socio-spatial Reading of the Post-war Holiday Camp in Belgium, 1950s to 1970s,’ International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 1, 1 (May 2013): 53-85.

    Janina Gosseye, ‘Leisure Politics: The Construction of Social Infrastructure and Flemish Cultural Identity in Belgium, 1950s to 1970s,’ Journal of Urban History, 28, 2 (March 2012): 271-293. 

    Janina Gosseye, Hilde Heynen (ed.), André Loeckx, Leen Van Molle, Architectuur voor vrijetijdscultuur: Culturele Centra, zwembaden, recreatiedomeinen (Leuven: LannooCampus, 2011). 

    Janina Gosseye, Hilde Heynen, ‘Designing the Belgian Welfare State 1950s to 1970s: Social reform, Leisure and Ideological Adherence,’ Journal of Architecture, 15, 5 (2010): 557-585.

  • Eireen Schreurs
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    e.p.n.schreurs@tudelft.nl
    http://www.suboffice.nl

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    Eireen Schreurs (1968) studied at the TUDelft and is an architect based in Rotterdam. With Like Bijlsma she founded SUB office. Together they do small scale projects and research. From 1997 to 2001 she was a member of the editorial board of OASE.

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  • Esther Gramsbergen
    Coordinator of research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    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.

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  • Everhard Korthals Altes
    Participant in research group: Design & History - Joint research program department of Architecture, Urbanism and AE&T
    +31 (0)15 27 84142
    Room: 01+ OOST 700
    E.KorthalsAltes@tudelft.nl

    Since 2005 I have been teaching Art History at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Technology in Delft. My fields of special interest are: 1) The boundaries between art and architecture (e.g. the representation of architecture in Dutch seventeenth- and eighteenth-century art), 2) The (international) reception and collecting of Dutch seventeenth- an eighteenth-century painting (PhD 2003).

    Currently I am working on a research project called 'The visualization of Architecture and Urbanism in the Arts between 1600 and 1800'. Community pride and urban identity culminate in streets, squares and monumental buildings. They act as a dynamic billboard that addresses citizens and visitors alike: they represent what the city (or powerful factions within the citizenry) wishes to represent. These representative qualities are greatly enhanced by the use of the visual arts which depicted the city’s most important public spaces and representative buildings. Similar illustrations often embellished maps of the city. The visual arts condensed the representative qualities of the cityscape as well as providing it with a public not necessarily living in the city - this, obviously, was the case with artistic work which could be reproduced, such as engravings.

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Publications >>
    • De verzamel- en waarderingsgeschiedenis van Rembrandts artistieke nalatenschap >>
    • 2013

    • 2012

    • 2011

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    • 2009

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    • 2007

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    • 2001

    • 2000

  • Filip Geerts
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    f.geerts@tudelft.nl

    Filip Geerts graduated cum laude from the Delft University of Technology in 2001. Since then, he has been associated with UFO-architecten, collaborating with S.U. Barbieri on various projects and competitions, including Wiener & Co., an apartment project in Amsterdam in co-operation with Giorgio Grassi. Previous practice includes internships at STUDIO, architecture and interior architecture, Amsterdam (September - December 2000) and Cunningham Architects in Dallas (TX), USA (1999). He joined the faculty of Architecture (TU Delft) in 2002, first as a research fellow, and later as assistant professor, teaching studio and seminars. He coordinates the seminar courses of AC/PB as well as teaching design studios. He also taught at the Academie van Bouwkunst Amsterdam. He has been working on his doctoral thesis ‘Architecture/Territory’ since 2003.

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  • Filippo Maria Doria
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/F.M.Doria/

    Filippo Maria Doria is an architect and a PhD candidate. He studied architecture at the TU Delft (MSc. Arch.) and the Politecnico di Milano (BSc. Arch). His work has been recognised in international completions such as 2009 Terraventure research completion (1st prize), 2012 Solar Decathlon (finalist), 2014 Netherlands Archiprix (1st prize), the Hunter Douglas Award (Nominated; ongoing selection) and 2015 Archiprix International (1 of 7 winners). In 2013 he founded ‘…’ (tre-punti) Architecture for architecture and urban studies. In 2014-2015 he worked with Import/Export Architecture in Antwerp, Belgium. He started his PhD research work at the TU Delft in 2014. His research  focuses on the relation between blindness and architectural representation.

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  • Frederique van Andel
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    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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    Publications:

    • 2010

    • Frederique van Andel, Liesbeth Brink en Joost Hovenier (red.), Zakboek parkeren voor de woonomgeving, Uitgeverij 010, Rotterdam, 2010, ISBN 978 906450 689 5 >>
  • Gil Doron
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31152783977
    Room: 01.Oost.700
    g.doron@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Publications:

    Publications and conferences

      Mind the Gap - Transgressive Art & Social Practices”, a book about my work, sponsored by The Artist Award, The Art Council (IL). A presentation and a talk at my book launch at the Artist’s Workshops, Tel Aviv (14.05.2015)

     The Art of Transgression in occupied zones – A lecture at the conference “Houses beyond the hyphen”, Zochrot Organization, Ha’Rabitta, Jaffa (15.05.2015)

     “Engaged Photography - ruin porn photography vs. photography as performance”,
     Art In Society conference, Rome (06.2014)
     “The Dead Zone”? is that what you called it?” at the international conference 'Writingplace – literary methods in architectural research and design', TU Delft, School of Architecture & the Built Environment, 2014
     Transgression & the City, in Border Conditions, M.Schoonderbeek (ed) 010 Publishers,NL (2010)
     Epilog for the book – Urban Interventions, Ana Mendez De Andes (ed) CAJA Spain (2010)
     P.S. Architecture as initiative, presentation at Setting a Setting symposium, the lecture was published in Public Works' fanzine 03/07
     “Outside Heterotopia: Where Mama Roma and the

    Exhibitions (selection)
     Gini in a bottle – Solo exhibition, Studio 73, Brixton, London (01/2015)
     Palestine, Racism and Art – Curator of a group exhibition at Brixton Market House, sponsored by the PSC, London (01/2015)
     Jaffa’s Crumbs – Solo exhibition, The Gallery Project, King’s Anatomy Museum, London (16.5.2014)
     Secret Service – A performance at Secretes and Confession Live Art event at JW3, London (06.04.2014)
     “Arab House for Sale” - a mock real-estate stall at Platform - Jaffa Port Art-Fair (08.2013)
     ب – a solo retrospective exhibition, the Architects House Gallery, Jaffa. Curator, Ami Steinitz (2012)
     "Gaia & Hassan draw (in) the Protest” – An exhibition at the Sport and Youth Museum, Koln – Germany 10/2012. An art and forthcoming illustrated book project which was carried out in collaboration with children of homeless families. The project was exhibited formerly at the 2nd International photography exhibition, Jaffa port 09.2012.
     "The Fourth Floor" - Curation of a pro bono project for the extension of Tel Aviv’s LGBT Centre (2012)

  • Harald Mooij
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    Room: 01.oost.760
    h.a.f.mooij@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Harald Mooij graduated at TU Delft in 2003. He is an architect in Amsterdam.
    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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    Publications:

    • 2011

    • Housing Design / Het ontwerpen van woningen >>
    • 2010

    • Dick van Gameren, Harald Mooij, 'The Heritage of the Woonerf / Erfenissen van het woonerf', in: DASH nr. 3, The Woonerf Today / Het woonerf leeft, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam 2010, pp. 18-29, ISBN 978-90-5662-739-3
    • 2008

    • Bernard Leupen, Harald Mooij, 'Het Ontwerpen van Woningen. Een Handboek', NAi Uitgevers, Rotterdam 2008, ISBN 978-90-5662-646-4 >>
  • Henri van Bennekom
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31 (0)653181231
    Room: 01OOST700
    H.A.vanBennekom@tudelft.nl

    Henri van Bennekom (1964) graduated cum laude from TU Delft faculty of Architecture, and graduated from the Amsterdamse Technische Hogeschool. He has worked primarily as a designer/project leader on large public buildings, such as the headquarters of ‘De Nederlandsche Bank’ in Amsterdam, The European Patent Office in The Hague (at A+D+P Architecten), the Netherlands Forensic Institute in the Hague (with Claus en Kaan Architecten), and the Courts of Justice in Zwolle (for the Governmental Building Agency). Henri van Bennekom is founding partner of the architectural firm ‘VBVP Architecten’, mainly designing private residences in The Netherlands and The United States. Together with Kees Kaan he is responsible for the Chair of Materialisation.

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  • Herman van Bergeijk
    Participant in research group: Design & History - Joint research program department of Architecture, Urbanism and AE&T
    +31 (0)15 27 81018
    Room: 01+ OOST 700
    H.vanBergeijk@tudelft.nl

    Herman van Bergeijk studied in Groningen and Venice. He has a Ph.D. from the State University in Groningen. In Delft he teaches in both the Bachelor and the Master phase. He is specialized in research on Dutch Modernism but has also published on other items such as the 17th century in the Netherlands and Italy. He has given many lectures both in the Netherlands and abroad. He has been on a guest critic in several universities and has participated at conferences and other events.

    He is an editor for magazine 'Eigenbouwer' and currently finishing a book on the Dutch architect Jan Duiker.

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Herman van Bergeijk and Michiel Riedijk, Het handschrift van de architect; Schetsen van Nicolaas Lansdorp en tijdgenoten, Nijmegen, 2014, Vantilt >>
    • Publications >>
    • Herman van Bergeijk, Aesthetic economy. Objectivity in Dutch architecture /Esthetische economie. Zakelijkheid in de Nederlandse architectuur, Delft, 2014 >>
    • 2013

    • 2011

    • 2008

    • 2007

    • 2006

    • Herman van Bergeijk, Cor Wagenaar, De stad, Rotterdam, 2006 >>
    • 2004

    • 2003

    • 2001

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    • 1997

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  • ir. Feryal Al-Kurdi
    Chair of Architectural design - Dwelling
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models

  • ir. Hans Teerds
    Chair of Methods and Analysis
    +31 (0)6 13461961
    Room: Room: 01 East 700
    p.j.teerds@tudelft.nl

    Hans Teerds studied Architecture and Urbanism at the Delft University of Technology. After graduation, he was invited to take part in the ‘'Meesterproef 03'’, which was a Masterclass organised by the Dutch and Flemish ‘'rijksbouwmeesters'. He works currently as an independent architect, urban designer, and writer in Amsterdam on a wide range of projects. He also is a research fellow at the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology, and currently is writing a dissertation on the public and political aspects of architecture, approached through the political and philosophical writings of the philosopher Hannah Arendt. During the fall of 2009, he was a Visiting Research Fellow of the Hannah Arendt Center for Ethical and Political Thinking of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson (NY/USA). He publishes frequently on architecture, urbanism and landscape, is member of the editorial boards of the architectural magazines OASE and DASH. He co-edited the anthology Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (2009) and is co-author ofLevend Landschap, Manifest voor stad en land (2012).

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    Publications:

    • 2016

    • Avermaete Tom & Teerds Hans. 2016 On the Role of the Architect. Frausto Salomon (eds.). Delft., p. 7-11 5 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Rivierverruiming schenkt Nijmegen stadseiland, 2016 In : Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw., p. 70-778 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Action and Interaction​, 2016. hannaharendtcenter  
    • Teerds PJ. Wat architecten in participatie te bieden hebben​, 2016. De Architect    
    • Lexicon - On the Role of the Architect >>
    • 2015

    • Teerds PJ.  To be at home in the desert​, The Promise of Action, Hannah Arendt, Walter Benjamin, and the Importance of the Interior, Architecture: Human Intervention of the Earth, 2015. hannaharendtcenter  
    • Teerds PJ. Stationsplein Haarlem, 2015 In : Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw., p. 52-554 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2015 Vensters op refodomes: Bevindelijk gereformeerden en moderne kerkbouw. Pons A(eds.). Apeldoorn., p. 239-268 352 p.
    • 2014

    • Teerds PJ. Work and Culture, 2014, hannaharendtcenter  
    • Teerds PJ.  The Fountainhead en de rol(len) van de architect, Liefde voor het echte leven, 2014. ArchiNed  
    • Teerds PJ. 2014 In : De Architect., p. 20-20 1 p. De gouden jaren Het Nieuwe Instituut / Kenneth Frampton, Space of Appearance
    • Reinders LGAJ & Teerds PJ. 2014 Raval Barcelona Streetscape Territories Notebook. Scheerlinck K(eds.). Leuven, Belgium., p. 90-103 144 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Construction culture: A political perspective, 2014 In : Architecture and Culture. 2, 2, p. 213-223 11 p.
    • 2013

    • Teerds PJ. Hotel Lobbies and Lounges, 2013 Hotel lobbies and lounges: The architecture of professional hospitality. Avermaete T & Massey A (eds.). London/New York., p. 186-192 242 p.  
    • Teerds PJ. 2013 Een weg terug om vooruit te komen: Lars Spuybroeks The Sympathy of Things​ De verleidelijkheid van het grote gebaar. Het werk van Dogma A place where one delights to loiter’
    • 2012

    • Teerds PJ. Oefenplaatsen voor beschaving, 2012 In : Monumenten., p. 10-13 4 p.
    • Teerds PJ & van der Zwart J. 2012 Amsterdam: SUN. 168 p. BK Books >>
    • Teerds PJ. 2012 ArchiNed. 2012, p. 1-2 2 p. Historische relicten in een ongenadig volgebouwd land​
    • Teerds PJ. Vlieguren maken, 2013 In : De Architect., p. 10-10 1 p.  
    • 2011

    • Teerds PJ. Tussen wasserette en parlement, 2011 Ruimte voor democratie. Cohen de Lara C, Mulder D, Wilms Floet WWLM, Grafe C &Koehler M (eds.). Den Haag., p. 6-27 199 p.  
    • Teerds PJ. 2011 In : Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw., p. 58-614 p. Article
    • Teerds PJ.  Om de ziel van de stad, Chinese New Towns met een Europees tintje​, 2011,  Archined    
    • Teerds PJ. Den Haag : Stoffering van de stedelijke ruimte, 2011 In : De Architect Interieur., p. 32-41 10 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2011 Dood voor onze ogen. Paul H & de Braal W (eds.). Utrecht., p. 173-195 235 p.
    • 2010

    • Teerds PJ. 2010 S+RO (Stedenbouw en Ruimtelijke Ordening). 04, p. 74-75 2 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2010 In : Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw., p. 62-698 p.
       
    • Teerds PJ. 2010 Liber Batavorum. S. Umberto Barbieri: Laveren tussen ontwerp, kritiek en onderwijs. Teerds PJ, Geerts F, Engel HJ & Cavallo R (eds.). Delft., p. 7-11 96 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Afscheid van het Masterplan. Of toch niet?, 2010 In : ArchiNed.
    • 2009

    • Komossa S, Remoy HT, de Jong P, Marzot N, Garritzman U., Riedijk M, Bier HH, Schoonderbeek MGH,Teerds PJ, Grafe C, Pimlott M & Fretton T. 2009 Amsterdam: SUN Publishers. 447 p.
    • Avermaete TLP, Havik KM & Teerds PJ. Architectural Positions. Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere. 2009 Nijmegen: SUN Publishers.  >>
    • Teerds PJ. Stedelijke ruimte, hedendaagse benaderingen in het ontwerp vand e openbare ruimte, 2009 In : De Architect., p. 91-100 10 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2009 Colour in Contemporary Architecture. Komossa S, Rouw K & Hillen J (eds.).Amsterdam., p. 130-133 4 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2009 In : De Architect., p. 50-57 8 p.
    • 2008

    • Teerds PJ. 2008, Openbare ruimte als object. In : De Architect. 39, 6, p. 28-39 12 p. Teerds PJ. 2008, Stad, Stedelijkheid, Diversiteit. In : De Architect., p. 6-9 4 p. 
    • Teerds PJ. 2008 Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw. 3, p. 88-89 2 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2008 StadsCahiers 2008-2009 Buitenruimte - Binnenwereld. Franke S & Lengkeek A(eds.). Amsterdam., p. 46-53 8 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2008 The Architectural Annual 2006-2007. Bekkering H (eds.). Rotterdam., p. 44-47
    • Teerds PJ. 2008 In : De Architect. Stad, Stedelijkheid, Diversiteit, p. 6-9 4 p. Openbare ruimte als object. nr 39, 6, p. 28-39 12 p. Gevouwen ruimte voor Ontmoeting, Kantoorgebouw Atradius in Amsterdam, , p. 70-73 4 p.
    • 2007

    • Avermaete TLP & Teerds PJ. 2007 In : Places (Brooklyn) (Print): a forum of environmental design.19, 2, p. 36-39 4 p. Article
    • Teerds PJ & Avermaete TLP. De veranderende definitie van openbaarheid, 2007. In ArchiNed
    • Teerds PJ. Van tussenland tot productieland, 2007 In : De Architect., p. 13-13 1 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Stadscahiers, de transformatie van de naoorlogse sta, 2007 Stadscahiers. 1, p. 1-200 200 p.
    • Teerds PJ. Stadhuis Alphen aan den Rijn 1997-2002, 2007 Raadhuizen, een plandocumentatie. Amsterdam., p. 118-127 143 p.
    • Teerds PJ. 2007 De Architect.  Niet het begin van het andere. nr 6, p. 103-103 1 p. Dichtheid en kwaliteit, p. 13-13 1 p.
    • 2006

    • Teerds PJ. 2006 In : De Architect Vrijheid van de ruimte,  p. 122-122 1 p. Gestileerde traditie, nr 37, p. 101-101 1 p. Kritische reflectie, p. 109-?  
    • Teerds PJ. Het verwoeste landschap van Koos van Zomeren, 2006 In : Blauwe Kamer: tijdschrift voor landschapsontwikkeling en stedebouw., p. 80-80 1 p.
    • 2005

    • Teerds PJ. Revisies van de ruimte, 2005 ArchiNed., p. 1-3 3 p.
  • ir. Hans Teerds
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31 (0)6 13461961
    Room: 01 East 700
    p.j.teerds@tudelft.nl

    Hans Teerds studied Architecture and Urbanism at the Delft University of Technology. After graduation, he was invited to take part in the ‘'Meesterproef 03'’, which was a Masterclass organised by the Dutch and Flemish ‘'rijksbouwmeesters'. He works currently as an independent architect, urban designer, and writer in Amsterdam on a wide range of projects. He also is a research fellow at the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology, and currently is writing a dissertation on the public and political aspects of architecture, approached through the political and philosophical writings of the philosopher Hannah Arendt. During the fall of 2009, he was a Visiting Research Fellow of the Hannah Arendt Center for Ethical and Political Thinking of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson (NY/USA). He publishes frequently on architecture, urbanism and landscape, is member of the editorial boards of the architectural magazines OASE and DASH. He co-edited the anthology Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (2009) and is co-author of Levend Landschap, Manifest voor stad en land (2012).

    Participant in project: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Hans Teerds, 'Constructing Culture, A Political Perspective', in: Igea Toriani and Suzanne Ewing (eds.), Architecture and Culture, Disciplinary Practices, Vol.2, Issue 2., July 2014, Bloomsburry >>
    • Hans Teerds, 'Constructing Culture, A Political Perspective', in: Igea Toriani and Suzanne Ewing (eds.), Architecture and Culture, Disciplinary Practices, Vol.2, Issue 2., July 2014, Bloomsburry >>
    • Michiel Dehaene, Bruno Notteboom, Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE93 Making Landscape Public/Making Public Landscape, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 Publishers >>
    • Hans Teerds, 'Public Practices, Designing the World as Landscape', in: Michiel Dehaene, Bruno Notteboom, Hans Teerds (eds)., OASE 93, Making Landscape Public / Making Public Landscape, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 Publishers >>
    • 2013

    • Christophe Van Gerrewey, Véronique Patteeuw, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE 90: What is Good Architecture?, Rotterdam 2013, nai010 Publishers >>
    • Klaske Havik, Hans Teerds, Gus Tielens (ed.), OASE#91, Building Atmospheres, Rotterdam 2013, nai010 publishers  >>
    • 2012

    • Hans Teerds and Johan van der Zwart, Levend landschap: Manifest voor stad en land, Amsterdam 2012, SUN Publishers >>
    • 2011

    • Klaske Havik, Véronique Patteeuw, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#85, Productive Uncertainty, Rotterdam 2011, NAi Publishers >>
    • Job Floris, Anne Holtrop, Krijn de Koning, Bas Princen, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#84, Models, Rotterdam 2011, NAi Publishers >>
    • 2009

    • Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>
    • Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>
  • Ir. Jack Breen
    Chair of Form & Modelling studies
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31 15 27 87113
    Room: Form Studies - South Atrium
    J.L.H.Breen@tudelft.nl

    Jack Breen is associate professor and head of the Form Studies group at the Delft faculty of Architecture.
    After graduating cum laude at the Delft Faculty of Architecture in 1980 he has worked extensively in practice (including the office of Breen & Breen architects in Delft, The Netherlands) before becoming a Form Studies lecturer and researcher.
    He has published contributions in various journals, conference proceedings and books (notably: the education-based series De Tafel, De Bank, De Brug and De Wand, with Form Studies colleague Bernard Olsthoorn) and is coordinator of the BSC5 Minor application House of the Future (Form & Modelling Studies, in collaboration with Architecture / Dwellings). 

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    Publications:

    • 2010

    • Envisioning Futures >>
    • Themes
      Architectural insight development; precedent based study; dynamic perspective; creative analytical representation; physical and digital visualisation modes. Abstract
      Learning to interpret and communicate architectural ‘form’ is arguably one of the most fundamental challenges of design education, particularly in the earliest years of study… How should one go about teaching ‘absolute beginners’ in the field of architecture to ‘see’? To develop the kinds of insights that should stimulate their curiosities and visualisation skills for the benefit of their design- and analysis expertise? Admittedly, there are various (more or less ‘recognised’) methods of early-stage design learning, which may be put to use, frequently in combination. One particularly fruitful approach, which is considered here, is to make a kind of beginning to the individual learning process of ‘reading and writing architecture’ through the focussed study of eye-opening precedents… The idea behind this is that by selecting a sufficiently evocative, complex and indeed: unfamiliar architectural ‘exemplar’, students learn by doing and may become stimulated towards creative analysis of architectural artefacts further on in their academic (and eventually: professional) careers. The case-study based analytical study project discussed here gets first year students to ‘discover’ the spatial, functional and experiential qualities of one particular building: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat House of 1929 in Brno, the Czech republic. This project formed an important ‘crossover’ point in the Architect’s career. It was built in the same year as his groundbreaking Barcelona pavilion, with which it is comparable yet at the same time uniquely different. For one thing, the spatial Tugendhat family residence literally turns architectural conventions ‘upside-down’. The house (set on a slope overlooking the city centre of Brno, which is ‘framed’ in the architectural composition) is entered from above and visitors descend to the free-form living level by following an orchestrated route. At the same time the house is innovative on the levels of structure (a steel construction organising the whole), service elements (including ‘hi-tech’ windows sinking into the basement), materialisation (varying upon themes explored in the Barcelona pavilion), and furnishing (including specially designed chairs and tables) to name but a few… In the developed ‘designerly’ study approach, which will be expanded upon in the full paper, students begin to unravel the dynamic qualities of the composition by ‘finding their way’, using series of photographs, subsequently delving deeper into the interconnected architectural layers of functionality, routing, building construction and aesthetics by making free-hand sketches, drawing schemes (making analytical use of colours) and learning to make elementary (layered) digital models. A rewarding learning experience, not only for the students themselves, but also for academics in the context of architectural research…  Learning from ‘Tugendhat’… 
      Case-based evolvement of architectural insights and visual communication skills (PDF 1,7Mb)
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    • 2009

    • Designing Design Communication - Considering the conditions, effects and opportunities for imaginative visual representation modes in architectural study initiatives >>
    • Conference paper >>
  • ir. Mechthild Stuhlmacher
    Chair of Interiors Buildings Cities
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    m.stuhlmacher@tudelft.nl
    http://www.kortekniestuhlmacher.nl

     

    Mechthild Stuhlmacher was born in Germany, studied music and architecture in Germany and the Netherlands, graduated in 1992 and worked at various offices in the Netherlands and the UK from 1992. In 2001 she founded the office Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten together with Rien Korteknie. In the work of the Rotterdam based office projects for education, (health-)care and private housing play a central role. The office ambitiously works on the issue of sustainability with its different meanings and connotations and has developed a specific expertise in sustainable structural systems and the use of timber. Recently, Korteknie Stuhlmacher Architecten has established a close working relationship with the Munich based office Hildundk (www.hildundk.de). Jointly both offices work on educational and healthcare projects in Belgium. For many years, Mechthild has been a member of the editorial team of OASE and the the architecture yearbook of Flanders and is involved in various other publication projects. Since 2010 she has been appointed as member of the Rotterdam committee for 'Welstand' and Monuments and the architect's platform Rotterdam (since 2011). She teaches architectural design at Delft University of Technology and has been regularly invited for lectures and workshops in the Netherlands and abroad.

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  • ir. Micha de Haas
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    http://www.abbinkdehaas.nl
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    M.J.deHaas@tudelft.nl
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/M.J.deHaas/

    Micha de Haas teaches MSc. 1 design studios of BC&T. He studied both at the Bezalel Art and Design Academy in Jerusalem and the TU Delft. As a design approach he advocates a combination of the poetic and the intuitive with a fascination for the building process itself. Art and technology, poetry and building-law, economy and social evolvement should be naturally interwoven in an overall spatial architectural concept. Since starting his own practice in Amsterdam in 1997, Micha has won several architectural awards and competitions and his work has been extensively published in the Netherlands and internationally. Since 2008 with Angie Abbink he runs the office Abbink X De Haas Architectures.

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  • ir. Stavros Kousoulas
    Chair of Architecture Theory
    Room: 01+.Oost.700
    stakousou@yahoo.gr

    Drs. ir. Stavros Kousoulas studied Architecture at the National University of Athens where he received his first Master diploma in 2009. His graduation project investigates alternative inhabitation models for Athens, focusing on the development and evolution of the relationship between the built environment and its perceptive representations. He received his second MSc in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the TU-Delft in 2012. Since 2012, in the capacity of guest lecturer and tutor for the Masters Program, he has been involved in several academic activities at the Theory Section and the Department of Architecture of the Faculty of Architecture of the TU-Delft, where he is also occupied as a guest researcher. Currently, he is a PhD candidate at IUAV Venice participating in the Villard d’ Honnecourt International Research Doctorate. His doctoral research focuses primarily on morphogenetic processes framed within assemblage theory. He has published and lectured in Europe and abroad. He is member of the editorial board of Footprint since 2014. He lives in Delft.

     

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    • 2015

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  • Irene Cieraad
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    i.g.cieraad@tudelft.nl

         

     

    Irene Cieraad (1952) is a cultural anthropologist and a senior research leader of Architectural Design / Interiors TU Delft . Her publications represent a wide range of topics: from books and articles on cultural theory, popular culture, and imagery to more recent publications on the anthropology of domestic space, cultural history of the Dutch domestic interior, household technology and consumer culture studies.

     

    Publications

  • Iskander Pané
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    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.

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  • Jean-Francois Lejeune
    Room: +01 oost 700
    flejeune@miami.edu
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Jean-François Lejeune is a Belgian-born architect and professor of architecture, urban design, and history at the University of Miami School of Architecture, Florida. From June 2009 to December 2014 he was the Director of Graduate Studies. He has been Visiting Professor at the Universidade do Rio Grande de Sul (Brazil), the University of Ferrara, the Università La Sapienza Roma, and the Universidad de Alcalá in Alcalá de Henares.

    His books include, among others, The Making of Miami Beach 1933-1942: The Architecture of Lawrence Murray Dixon (with Allan Shulman, Rizzoli, 2001), Sitte, Hegemann, and the Metropolis (with Charles Bohl, Routledge, 2009), Modern Architecture and the Mediterranean: Vernacular Dialogues and Contested Identities (with Michelangelo Sabatino, Routledge, 2009, commended for the 2011 CICA Bruno Zevi Book Award), Nord-Sud: Architettura moderna e il Mediterraneo (Listlab, 2016). He has published in Rassegna, Stadtbauwelt, Architektur Aktuell, The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Journal of Architectural Education, in various books and exposition catalogues.

    In 2003 Lejeune curated in Brussels the exhibition Cruelty and Utopia: Cities and Landscapes of Latin America whose catalogue won the Julius Posener CICA Award for Best Architecture Catalogue in 2005. Other exhibitions include The Florida Home: Modern Living in Miami, 1945-65 (Miami-Tallahassee, 2004-5), and Interama: Miami and the Pan-American Dream (Miami, 2008).

    Lejeune is a founding member and secretary of DoCOMOMO-US/Florida and was an Affiliated Fellow at the American Academy in Rome in 2007. In light of his research on Franco’s Spain, he is now a member of the UEDXX network of studies of European dictatorships and a collaborator to the TU-Berlin/Bauhaus-Weimar research project “Städtebau unter Franco und Salazar, Stadtproduktion iberischer Diktaturen im europäischen Kontext“ (Spanish section).

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    Publications:

    2016

    • Jean-François Lejeune & Michelangelo Sabatino, eds., Nord-Sud – L’architettura moderna e il Mediterraneo, Trento 2016, ListLab
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Foundation, Growth and Critical memory: Sabaudia, the Last Italian City,’ in Isabelle Gournay and Mary Sies, eds, The Heritage of Iconic Planned Communities: The challenges of change, Philadelphia 2016 (forthcoming), University of Pennsylvania Press
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Call to Order: a Short History,’       

    2015

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Dreams of Order in the Latin American Lettered City,’ New Architecture, Huazhong University, China, 06/2015 (June 2015): 4-13
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Al di là del Mediterraneo: Le Corbusier, Costa, Niemeyer e il vernacolare moderno in Brasile,’ in: Paolo Carlotti, Dina Nencini & Pisana Posocco, eds.,  Mediterranei traduzioni della modernità, Francoangeli 2015, Milano: 46-69

    2014

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Miami Concrete: a North-South Portfolio’ & ‘Terra Flexus: Private Infrastructure as Public Architecture,’ CLOG, 10, Miami Issue, 2014: 44-45; 62-63

    2013

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Metaphors for a New Political Urban Landscape: Schinkel’s Capriccios of a New ‘Athens-on-the-Spree,’ in Lucien Steil, ed., The Architectural Capriccio: Memory, Fantasy, Invention, London 2013, Ashgate: 79-99
    • Jean-François Lejeune, Book review of Timothy Hyde, A Constitutional Modernism: Architecture and Civil Society in Cuba, 1933-1959, University of Minnesota Press, 2013. Journal of Architectural Education (JAE), v. 67, nº2, October 2013

    2012

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Schinkel’s Entwürfe Zu Städtischen Wohngebaüde: Living all’antica in the New Bourgeois City,’ The Classicist, 9, 2012: 6-25

    2011

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The Ideal and the Real: Urban Codes in the Spanish-American Lettered City,’ in Stephen Marshall, ed., Urban Coding and Planning, London 2011, Routledge: 59-82
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Visões Pan-Americanas para Miami: Interama, 1950-1975,’ Arquitectura + Arte + Cidade: Um debate internacional, 8th Seminar DOCOMOMO-Brasil, Rio de Janeiro Conference, 2011: 101-111

    2010

    • Jean-François Lejeune & Michelangelo Sabatino, eds., Modern Architecture and the Mediterranean: Vernacular Dialogues and Contested Identities, London 2010, Routledge
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘1939-1965: Reconstruction and Colonization in Spain — The Modernization of the Mediterranean Vernacular” in Alessandro Bucci & Luigi Mollo, eds., Regional Architecture in the Mediterranean Area, Firenze 2010, Alinea Editrice: 364-375
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Futurismo e città di fondazione: da Littoria a Guidonia, città aerofuturista,’ in Flavio Mangione & Cristian Rosponi, eds., Angiolo Mazzoni e l’architettura futurista,  Bollettino della Fondazione CE.S.A.R. 2010: 59-74
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘A City Without Memory: Suburban Space and Society of Spectacle in Greater Miami, 1940-1970’; ‘Miami’s Marine Stadium’; ‘The Doxiadis Plan for Miami Bayfront,’ in Allan Shulman, ed., Miami Modern Metropolis, Miami 2019, Bass Museum of Art/Balcony Press

    2009

    • Jean-François Lejeune & Chuck Bohl, eds., Sitte, Hegemann, and the Metropolis:  Modern Civic Art and International Exchanges, London 2009, Routledge                                       
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘North-South: Dreams and Realities of a Pan-American City,’ Archivos de arquitectura antillana, 032, 2009: 6-15
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The Intellectual Pleasure of Ambiguity: The Reconstruction of Spain in the Years of Autarky (1939-1956),’ in The Venice Charter Revisited: Modernism and Conservation in the Post-War World, London 2009, INTBAU: 196-207

    2008

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘La metafisica del quotidiano: l’EUR di Antonioni e L’eclisse dell’architettura,’ in Laura Delli Colli, ed., EUR è cinema, Roma 2008, Palombi Editori: 43-55
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Machine-made, Drive-in America,’ in Macchinette: le bubblecars nel design del Novecento, Roma 2008, Palombi Editori: 40-49
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Urbanism and urbanization in Latin America from 1750,’ in Peter N. Stearns, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World, Oxford 2008, Oxford University Press: 469-470                                                             

    2007

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Water, New Towns, and Interior Colonization: The Experience of Spain, 1940-65, Fresh Air, Proceedings ACSA National Annual Conference Philadelphia Washington DC, ACSA, 2007
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The City at the Foot of the Residenz eines Fürsten: Schinkel’s Vision of the Modern City Set in the Mediterranean Landscape,’ in P. Barbera, G. Cianciolo Cosentino M. Giuffrè, eds., The Time of Schinkel and the Age of Neoclassicism in Palermo and in Berlin, Palermo 2007, Università degli Studi di Palermo: 93-108

    2006

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Planned Cities in Spain, 1944-1969,’ in Città di pietra – Cities of Stone, Catalogue of the exhibition at the Biennale di Venezia, Milano 2006, Marsilio: 158-167
    • Jean-François Lejeune & José Gelabert-Navia, ‘Los arquitectos españoles y la construcción de la ciudad moderna: Sert, Moneo, Harvard y América,’ in Pamplona Metropolis 1930-modernidad & future, Pamplona 2006, Colegio Oficial de arquitectos Vasco Navarro: 18-39

    2005

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ed., Cruelty and Utopia: Cities and Landscapes of Latin America (Julius Posener 2005 Architecture Catalogue Award, CICA), New York 2005, Princeton Architectural Press

    2003

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ed., Cruauté et utopie: Villes et paysages d’Amérique latine, Brussels 2003, CIVA

    2002

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The Doxiadis Plan for Miami: A Global Architect Goes Local,’ AULA (Architecture & Urbanism Latin America, 3, New Orleans 2002, Tulane University: 36-47

    2001

    • Jean-François Lejeune & Allan Shulman, The Making of Miami Beach 1933-1942: The Architecture of Lawrence Murray Dixon, New York 2001, Rizzoli Int.
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Schinkel and Lenné in Berlin: From the Biedermeier Flâneur to Beuth’s Großstadt,’ in Susan Peik, ed., Karl Friedrich Schinkel: Aspects of his Works, Stuttgart 2001, Axel Menges: 82-99

    2000

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Le New Urbanism ou le temps retrouvé,’ in Maurice Culot, ed., Dynamic City, Milano/Brussels 2000, Skira: 153-168                                                  
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Die Wurzeln des New Urbanism,’ Stadtbauwelt, 12/00: 70-77

    1996

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The City as Landscape: Jean Claude Nicolas Forestier and the Grand Public Works in Havana, 1925-1930,’ Journal of the Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Vol. 21, 1996: 150-185
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ed., Modern Cities—The New City (Volume 3), New York 1996, Princeton Architectural Press

    1995

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Democratic pyramids: The New Deal and the Works of TVA,’ Rassegna, 63 (Electricity: Daily life, Metropolis, Territory & Language), 1995: 46-57
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘The Stage and the City: Joseph Urban in Palm Beach,’ in Matthias Boeckl, ed., Visionäre & Vertriebene: Osterreichische Spuren in der modernen amerikanischen Architektur, Berlin 1995, Ernst & Sohn Verlag: 63-71

    1994

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ed., The American City—The New City (Volume 2), New York 1994, Princeton Architectural Press
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘La ville comme paysage: Influences et projets américains à La Havane,’ in Bénédicte Leclerc, ed., Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier, 1861-1930. Du jardin au paysage urbain, Paris 1994, Editions Picard: 173-187
    • Jean-François Lejeune, ‘Garden cities in Florida: The Grid, the Park and the Model-T,’ in Gabriele Tagliaventi, ed., Città Giardino: cento anni de teorie, modelli, esperienze, Roma 1994, Gangemi Editore: 221-266

    1992

    • Jean-François Lejeune & Maurice Culot, Miami Architecture of the Tropics New-York/Miami 1992, Princeton Architectural Press/Miami: Center for the Fine Arts  

    1991

    • Jean-François Lejeune, ed., Foundations—The New City (Volume 1), New York 1991, Princeton Architectural Press
  • Jim Njoo
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01.east.700
    J.T.H.Njoo-1@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Jim Njoo is an architect, Associate Professor at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-La Villette and a PhD candidate at the Delft University of Technology Department of Architecture. He was a Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) Collection Research Grant recipient in 2015, and has taught and lectured in various academic and professional institutions in Europe, the United States, China and Japan. His research focuses on the interrelationship of theory and practice and issues of contemporary urbanity. He is also a member of the Gerphau architecture, philosophy, and urban research lab in Paris and a former collaborator of OMA Rotterdam.

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  • Jorge Mejia Hernandez
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01 East 700
    j.a.mejiahernandez@tudelft.nl

    Jorge Mejia Hernandez had his education as an Architect at the Universidad del Valle (Cali, Colombia) where he graduated in 1996. He holds a Master in History and Theory of Art and Architecture (2002) as well as a Master degree in Architecture (2008), both from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. His teaching includes Architectural Theory, History of Architecture and Design Studio at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia since February 2005, where he became Profesor Catedratico Asociado in 2007. He started his PhD research on architectural methodology in 2010 at TUDelft (under professors Barbieri and Avermaete), where he has been tutoring students from the Design Studios and Theory Seminars at a Masters level during the past four years. Aside from receiving a Honorary Mention from the Colombian National Natural Park System - Ministry of the Environment in 1998, and a Colfuturo Scholarship in 2009, he is the author of Enrique Triana: Obras y Proyectos (Bogotá: Planeta, 2006) and co-author of Vivienda Moderna en Colombia (Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia, 2004)  and XX Bienal Colombiana de Arquitectura (Bogotá: Sociedad Colombiana de Arquitectos, 2006). His built projects include the San Jose de Castilla High School (2009) and the Casa de Justicia de Bosa (2004), both in Bogotá.

    Participant in project: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities

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  • Jurjen Zeinstra
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    j.s.zeinstra@tudelft.nl
    http://www.zeinstravangelderen.nl

     

    Jurjen Zeinstra (1961) studied at the Faculty of Architecture TU Delft. Together with Mikel van Gelderen he founded Zeinstra van Gelderen architecten. In cooperation with Ira Koers they realized projects like the Tumble House (1998) and housing in Almere (2000) and IJburg (2006) and with Mark Pimlott restaurant Puck Pip in Den Haag (2007). Jurjen Zeinstra works as an acting associate professor of Architectural Design / Interiors TU Delft and has been an editor of both OASE and Forum and lectured at different Academies of Architecture. 

    Publications

  • Leen van Duin (Professor Emeritus)
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    +31 (0)15 27 85957
    Room: 01oost700
    L.vanDuin@tudelft.nl

    Leen van Duin (1944) is an architect and since 1993 professor of Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology. He researches and teaches design methods and the typology of buildings. From 1979 till 1993 he was a member of De Nijl Architecten, an architect’s office that he co-founded. Recently he published Hundred Years of Dutch Architecture, 1990-2000, Amsterdam (SUN) 2003. Van Duin occupies several public and managerial positions. At the moment he is chairman of the Dutch state exam committee for architecture, member of the Council of the EAAE (European Association for Architectural Education) and member of the Advisory Committee on Education and Training in the field of Architecture of the European Commission.

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  • Malkit Shoshan
    Chair of History of Architecture and Urban Planning
    Room: +01 oost 700
    M.Shoshan@tudelft.nl
    http://www.seamlessterritory.org

    Malkit Shoshan is the founder of the Amsterdam-based architectural think tank FAST (Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory). Her work explores the relationship between architecture, politics, and human rights. She is the author of the award-winning book Atlas of Conflict: Israel-Palestine (Uitgeverij 010, 2010) and co-author of Village: One Land Two Systems and Platform Paradise (Damiani Editore, 2014).
    In 2014, as a research fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut, she developed the project ‘Drones and Honeycombs’, a research on the impact of the military apparatus on the city with three sub-themes: Drones, Compounds and Missions. In the fall of 2015, she was a Visiting Critic at the School of Architecture in Syracuse University.
    Shoshan studied architecture at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and at the IUAV - The University of Venice. She is a PhD candidate at Delft University of Technology. Her dissertation explores the role architecture and planning can have in conflict areas, focusing on UN missions. She is on the editorial board of Footprint, Delft architecture theory journal and co-editor of theUnmanned a publication series on architecture and security. She was a finalist for the Harvard GSD’s Wheelwright Prize (2014).


    Her work has been published in Volume, Abitare, Frame, Haaretz, New York Times, and other publications. She has exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2002, 2008), the Netherlands Architecture Institute (2007), Experimenta (2011), Het Nieuwe Instituut (2014), and at the Istanbul Design Biennale (2014).
    1998-2000 Architecture and urbanism, IUAV, Venice, Italy
    2000-2004 Architecture and town planning, Technion, Israel
    2005 Founded FAST, The Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory
    2011-2015 PhD candidate, architecture and urbanism faculty, TU Delft, NL
    2014 Research-fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut. Research title: Drones & honeycombs
    2015 Editorial board Footprint, TU Delft Architecture Theory Journal
    2015 2015 Visiting Critic, School of Architecture, Syracuse University.

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  • Manuela Triggianese
    Room: 01OOST450
    m.triggianese-1@tudelft.nl

    Manuela Triggianese (1987, Caserta, Italy). Graduated cum laude in 2010 in Architecture at the University of Naples, she studied both in Italy and in Belgium (at Institut Supérieur de l'Architecture Saint-Luc, Bruxelles).She is PhD candidate at TU Delft, participating to the international activities of the doctorate program Villard d’Honnecourt coordinated by the Faculty of Architecture in Venice (IUAV), in Madrid (ETSAM) and Paris-Belleville. She is currently working on a research book about urban renewal around infrastructure with her promoter prof. ir. C.H.C.F. Kaan (at Kaan Architecten).

    Participant in projects: F-2 The Discipline of Architecture and its instruments  & AP-4. Mapping Randstad Holland

     

     

     

     

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  • Manuela Triggianese
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31152781276
    Room: 01.oost.700
    M.Triggianese-1@tudelft.nl

  • Marc Schoonderbeek
    Coordinator of research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31 (0)6 3925 0929
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    m.g.h.schoonderbeek@tudelft.nl
    http://www.12pm-architecture.com

    Marc Schoonderbeek is the coordinator of the research group BC&T. He received his doctorate in architecture from TU Delft in 2015. After graduating from TU Eindhoven, he has practiced architecture in the Netherlands, Germany and Israel. In 1998, he and his partner Pnina Avidar founded 12PM-Architecture in Amsterdam. The work of 12PM combines the rationality of a theoretical position with vivid architectural imagination through mapping and tracing of the hidden layers that underlie each project. He is also an editor of "Footprint," lectures at a regular basis at several architecture institutes, and is a regular contributor to architectural magazines. In January 2004, he co-founded 66EAST Centre for Urban Culture in Amsterdam and published in 2008 Houses in Transformation: Interventions in European Gentrification together with J.J. Berg, Tahl Kaminer, and J. Zonneveld.

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  • Marcel IJsselstijn
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad
    +31152784192
    Room: 01+oost.700
    M.IJsselstijn@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

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  • Mark Pimlott
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    m.pimlott@tudelft.nl
    http://www.markpimlott.com

                        

                   

    Mark Pimlott (Montréal, 1958) is an artist and designer. Public art works include Guinguette, Birmingham (2000); La scala, Aberystwyth (2003); World, London (2002-10). Designs for interiors include Neckinger Mills, London (1988), Red House, London (1999-present) and restuarant Puck/Pip, Den Haag (with Zeinstra van Gelderen architecten 2007). He has taught architecture and visual arts since 1986, and was Professor in relation to practice in Architecture (Interior) at TU Delft 2002-2005.

    He is currently assistant professor and course leader of The Architecture of the Interior and coordinator for the MSc3/4 Interior studio.

     

    Publications link

    2012   'Interiority complex: 'Mark Pimlott, interviewed by Arjen Oosterman and     Brendan Cormier, Volume 33, in The Interior (Rotterdam: Stichting Archis): pp 39-43 Article Website

    2012   “Natural Antagonism: notes on colour or architecture” in Painting with Architecture in Mind. Alex Landrum and Ed Whitakker, editors (WunderkammerPress: Bath): pp 22-37, 2012.  link

  • Max Risselada (Professor Emeritus)
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    m.risselada@tudelft.nl

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    Publications:

    • 2008

    • Raumplan versus Plan Libre. Adolf Loos / Le Corbusier, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, 2008 >>
  • Michaël Willem Maria Smits, Arch. Ir.
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    +31610810674
    Room: 01.east.700
    M.W.M.Smits@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

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  • Negar Sanaan Bensi
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31 (0)6 8556 7119
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    N.SanaanBensi@tudelft.nl

    Negar Sanaan Bensi graduated from Iran University of Science & Technology (IUST) Tehran with honors in 2006. She received her master’s degree in architecture from TU Delft in 2009 and an honorable mention in the Netherlands Archiprix 2011 for her thesis project “Space of the Voids, Remembrance and Forgetfulness, Havana”. Negar worked with several architecture firms in Tehran, Rotterdam and Antwerp, while teaching design studios and workshops in Tehran Azad University and IUST. She and her team won the second prize in the national architecture competition “Sustainable House” in 2005 and the second prize for “Project 1095 ENECO Portable Pavilion” in 2012. Since 2012, she has been a PhD researcher at AC/PB. Her research concerns critical reading of the architecture of the Iranian bazaar and the understanding of complex spatial and territorial mechanisms within contemporary cities and their historical backgrounds. She teaches design and theory courses at the chair of AC/PB.

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    Publications:

    2014  

    Paper published at EAAE / ISUF International Conference book publication : Negar Sanaan Bensi,“Tehran Grand Bazaar as diorama of a persistent urban artifact,” in New Urban Configurations, ed. R. Cavallo, S. Komossa, N. Marzot, M. Berghauser Pont, J. Kuijper (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2014), 85-89 

    Paper presented at AHRA PhD symposium, Dublin, Ireland, May 2014 Negar Sanaan Bensi, “Rethinking the architecture of the Bazaar”
    http://settingoutsymposium.com/ Paper presented at ICUCI International Conference- Urban Change in Iran, UCL, London, UK
    Negar Sanaan Bensi, “Tehran Grand Bazaar as a Diorama of a persistent urban Artifact” http://urban-change-in-iran.org/

    Paper presented at EAAE / ISUF International Conference, “New Urban Configurations”, TU Delft, NL Negar Sanaan Bensi, “Tehran Grand Bazaar as diorama of a persistent urban artifact” http://www.newurbanconfigurations.nl/ 

    M.Sc. Graduation Project published in Archiprix magazine 2011 Negar Sanaan Bensi, “The Space of Voids.” Archiprix Nederlands 2011 (Rotterdam: 010 Publishers, 2011), 34-37 Paper Published in Volume magazine Negar Sanaan Bensi and Azadeh Mashayekhi, “The persistence of Aging Bazaar in Tehran.” Volume Magazine (Archis)#27on Aging (2011): 116-123

    Online Report of the second ‘debate on tour’ series of ‘where is Tehran?’ ,NAi ,Rotterdam, the Netherlands http://en.nai.nl/dialogue/lectures_and_debates/item/_pid/kolom2-1/_rp_kolom2-1_elementId/1_951988

  • Negar Sanaan Bensi
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    +31 (0)6 8556 7119
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    N.SanaanBensi@tudelft.nl
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/N.SanaanBensi/

    Negar Sanaan Bensi graduated from Iran University of Science & Technology (IUST) Tehran with honors in 2006. She received her master’s degree in architecture from TU Delft in 2009 and an honorable mention in the Netherlands Archiprix 2011 for her thesis project “Space of the Voids, Remembrance and Forgetfulness, Havana”. Negar worked with several architecture firms in Tehran, Rotterdam and Antwerp, while teaching design studios and workshops in Tehran Azad University and IUST. She and her team won the second prize in the national architecture competition “Sustainable House” in 2005 and the second prize for “Project 1095 ENECO Portable Pavilion” in 2012. Since 2012, she has been a PhD researcher at A-PB. Her research concerns critical reading of the architecture of the Iranian bazaar and the understanding of complex spatial and territorial mechanisms within contemporary cities and their historical backgrounds.

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  • Nelson Mota
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01.oost.760
    N.J.A.Mota@tudelft.nl
    http://www.nelsonmota.com

    Nelson Mota received his graduation in Architecture (1998) and his MPhil (2006) from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, where he lectured in the period 2004/2009. His work as a designer was awarded in 2003 the Alexandre Herculano National Architectural Prize in the category of design of public spaces (with gtl montemor-o-velho), and in 2013 the Portuguese National Prize for Architecture in Wood (with Luís Miguel Correia and Susana Constantino). He was the recipient of the Fernando Távora Prize in 2006 and authored the book A Arquitectura do Quotidiano (2010), runner-up in the Iberian FAD Prize 2011. Since 2009, he is based in the Netherlands, where he developed his PhD at the TU Delft. He regularly contributes articles to professional journals, and papers to academic publications and conferences. He is particularly interested in topics that examine the entwined relation between modernity and the vernacular. Currently he is a lecturer and researcher at the TU Delft and guest scholar at The Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design. He is member of the editorial board of the academic journal Footprint.

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  • Nicola Marzot
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    N.Marzot@tudelft.nl

    Nicola Marzot obtained his degree in Architecture in Florence with a thesis on Ferrara’s building history. He has taught as a lecturer in Florence, Ferrara and Bologna. In 2000 he received his doctorate in building and territorial engineering from the Faculty of Engineering in Bologna. Since 2004 he is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Ferrara, teaching urban and architecture design. His research activity mainly focuses on theory and method of architecture and urban design strategies in relation to urban morphology and building typology. He was a visiting professor at Hosei University and Lund University. He received his second doctorate in architectural design at TU Delft in 2014. Nicola also serves as the vice director of the international journal "Paesaggio Urbano" and on the editorial board of the international magazines "Urban Morphology, Opera/Progetto and Rassegna." He has been member of the organizing committee of the Italian Pavilion in the 10th International Venice Biennale of Architecture, curated by Prof. Franco Purini. He runs his own firm PERFORMA A+U. 

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    Publications:

    • 2015

    • New urban configurations >>
    • 2014

    • The almost perfect urban block. >>
    • 2010

    • Marcello Balzani, Nicola Marzot, Architecture for a sustainable territory - City and Landscape between technological innovation and tradition (Milan: Skira, 2010) >>
  • Niklaas Deboutte
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    N.E.A.I.Deboutte@tudelft.nl
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/N.E.A.I.Deboutte/

    Niklaas Deboutte graduated from the Henry van de Velde institute in Antwerp in 1988. In 1992 he founded his independent practice “META Architecture” with Erik Wieërs. His practice consists of various projects ranging from experimental urban scenarios to practical residental and public buildings. Deboutte also taught at the University of Brussels (2003), Sint Lucas Academy in Brussel (2005-2006). Since 2007 he has been teaching MSc. 3 & 4 design studios at the TU Delft. 

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  • Oliver Sack
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01.oost.700
    O.Sack@tudelft.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 (http://osarchitecture.nl). 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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  • Olv Klijn
    o.klijn@tudelft.nl
    http://www.fabrications.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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    Publications:

    • 2009

    • Olv Klijn, Pierijn van der Putt, 'Fountainhead. An Un-Dutch Housing Experiment / Fountainhead. Een on-Nederlands woningbouw experiment', in: DASH nr. 2, The Luxury City Apartment / Het luxe stadsappartement, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam 2009, pp. 4-15
  • Óscar Andrade Castro
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Room: 01.east.700
    O.J.AndradeCastro@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    He holds a degree in Architecture (2009) and Master diploma (2011) from the School of Architecture and Design at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (PUCV) Chile. Where he has been teaching as an Assistant professor in Design Studios since 2011 together with working, living and studying as a host at the Open City of Amereida; a community of architects, designers, sculptors and poets founded in 1970 under a poetic vision of the South American continent.
    He has participated in 9 of the Valparaíso School´s Travesías, journeys made by students and professors crossing pedagogical experiences with 1:1 built projects all over the continent.
    He has been involved in multiple Exhibitions and Workshops done by the School of Valparaíso and the Open City group in collaboration with AA (2011), AHO (2012), EPFL-ETHZ (2013) and ULB-UCL-CIVA (2015).

    He started his PhD research on 2015 at the chair of Methods & Analysis TUDelft (under professors Avermaete and Havik); concerning the mutual influence and transformations between everyday life and space, and how an architectural position on the Open Work can display new approaches to the discipline from the study of conception, materialization and performance processes in some architectural works of Dutch structuralism and the Chilean Open City group.

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  • Oscar Rommens
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +32 3 226 7641
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    antokki@telenet.be
    http://www.iea.be

    Oscar Rommens graduated from the Hoger Architectuur Instituut Sint-Lucas Gent in 1994. After living in various metropolises (Barcelona, New York , Chicago, Rotterdam) he completed a postgraduate program Urban Design (Archeworks, Chicago USA, ’95-’97) and worked with several architects (Douglas Garofalo, USA /  Kas Oosterhuis, NL / Dirk Coopman, Ghent). Currently he is a teacher in the research group ‘Border Conditions’ in the TU Delf and in the PHL Architecture Diepenbeek, master 3 programme. In 1999 he founded Import Export Architecture (IEA) with Joris van Reusel. IEA is a network office with its headquarter in Antwerp that operates from various urban biotopes and from the in-between situated public and private opportunities. IEA is not only active as the day-to-day architecture practice, but is also engaged in the development of theoretical concepts, models and prototypes and has participated in various selections for the creation or transformation of furniture, buildings, landscapes or areas. 

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  • Paolo de Martino
    +31629575378
    Room: 01.+east.860
    P.deMartino@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Paolo De Martino graduated in Architecture with top marks in July 2008 at the Department of Architecture of University of Naples Federico II (DiARC) with a thesis entitled “In-between the new and the ancient”. The thesis focused on the role of contemporary architecture in historical contexts. Since graduation he has worked as architect focusing mainly on issues related to new architecture, churches, restoration, and interior design.

    Since January 2015 he live in Delft where started as Guest researcher at TU Delft. Officially, by November 2015, he is a PhD candidate in Architecture. His research interest is in Port-city re-development through a comparative analysis between Netherlands and Italy, with particular reference to the city of Rotterdam and Naples.

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  • Patrick Healy
    Chair of Architecture Theory
    +31 [0]63 925 0941
    Room: 01+.Oost.700
    p.e.healy@tudelft.nl
    http://patrick-healy.com

    After completion of studies in Philosophy and later Sociology and Near Eastern Languages, Pontifical University Maynooth, University College Dublin, Patrick Healy has been engaged in writing, research and teaching, mainly in the area of aesthetics and contemporary art. His recent publications include works on aesthetics, the philosophy of science and artists biographies, including a broad range of other activities associated with his work as Professor of Interdisciplinary research for the Free International University, Amsterdam, appointed 1997. He works as a Senior Researcher and tutor in the Architecture Theory Section, and provides lecture series in aesthetics and the Philosophy of Science.

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  • Paul Kuitenbrouwer
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    Room: 01.oost.760
    p.a.m.kuitenbrouwer@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.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, he taught design studios with Public Building and RMIT, TU Delft. His current research is focused on low rise housing in high density configurations for the city of Groningen.

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  • Phoebus Panigyrakis
    Room: +01 oost 700
    P.I.Panigyrakis-1@tudelft.nl

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  • Pierijn van der Putt
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    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.

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    Publications:

    • 2010

    • 'Islands, Woodland Rooms, Cloister Gardens and Shards. How Relaxed Is the New-Style Woonerf? / Eilanden, boskamers, kloosters en scherven. Hoe ontspannen is het woonerf-nieuwe-stijl?', in: DASH nr. 3, The Woonerf Today / Het woonerf leeft, NAi publishers, Rotterdam 2010, pp. 66-73, ISBN 978-90-5662-739-3
    • 2009

    • Olv Klijn, Pierijn van der Putt, 'Fountainhead. An Un-Dutch Housing Experiment / Fountainhead. Een on-Nederlands woningbouw experiment', in: DASH nr. 2, The Luxury City Apartment / Het luxe stadsappartement, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam 2009, pp. 4-15
  • prof. dr. ir. Tom Avermaete
    Chair of Methods and Analysis
    Coordinator of research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities
    (+31) (0)15-278 41 92
    Room: 01 East 700
    t.l.p.avermaete@tudelft.nl

    Tom Avermaete is full professor of architecture at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. He has a special research interest in the public realm and the architecture of the city in Western and non-Western contexts. With the chair of Methods and Analysis he focuses on the changing roles, approaches and tools of architects. His research examines precedents -design attitudes, methods and instruments- with the explicit ambition to construct a critical base of design knowledge and to influence contemporary architectural thinking and practice.


    Avermaete is the author of Another Modern: the Post-War Architecture and Urbanism of Candilis-Josic-Woods (2005), The Balcony (with Koolhaas, 2014) and Casablanca -Chandigarh: Reports on Modernity (with Casciato, 2014). He is a co-editor of Architectural Positions (with Havik and Teerds, 2009), Colonial Modern (with von Osten and Karakayali, 2010), Structuralism Reloaded (with Vrachliotis, 2011), Making a New World (with Heynickx, 2012), Architecture of the Welfare State (with Swenarton and Van den Heuvel, Routledge, 2014) and Casablanca-Chandigarh: Reports on Modernization (with Casciato, Park Books, 2015).


    Tom Avermaete is a member of the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journals OASE Architectural Journal and the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE, until 2015) and a co-editor of the Yearbook. Architecture in the Netherlands. Avermaete is the initiator of several exhibitions, amongst others Wonen in Welvaart/ Dwelling in Welfare (Antwerpen, Belgium, 2006) and In The Desert of Modernity (Berlin 2008, Casablanca 2009).
    With the Chair of Methods and Analysis he was responsible for The Balcony gallery at the 2014 Venice Biennale. Together with Maristella Casciato he recently curated the exhibition How architects, experts, politicians, international agencies and citizens negotiate modern planning: Casablanca Chandigarh (CCA, Montreal, Canada, 2014-2015) and Lived-In. The Modern City as Performative Infrastructure (VAi/DeSingel, Antwerp, Belgium, 2015-2016).

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  • prof. ir. Daniel Rosbottom
    Chair of Interiors Buildings Cities
    Coordinator of research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    +31152784208
    Room: 01+oost.700
    D.J.Rosbottom@tudelft.nl

    Daniel Rosbottom has been the head of the School of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University in London since 2008, and director of the internationally-oriented firm, DRDH Architects, since 2000. In 2015, DRDH Architects won the prestigious Norwegian Statens Byggeskikkpris or State Architecture Prize with their project Stormen Concert Hall and Library, in Bodø, Norway. Other current work includes a competition winning project for elderly housing and a social centre in Aarschot, Belgium, which will be completed this year. It is a collaboration with renowned Flemish architecture practice de Vylder Vinck Taillieu, who have a long association with the Chair.

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  • Prof. ir. Michiel Riedijk
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/M.Riedijk/

    Michiel Riedijk studied architecture at the TU Delft from 1983 until 1989. He worked with Julliette Bekkering from 1989 until 1991. In 1992 he founded Neutelings Riedijk Architects with Willem Jan Neutelings. In September 2007 Michiel was appointed as The Chair of Architectural Composition and Public Building at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. Michiel regularly lectures at universities, conferences and cultural institutions worldwide. He taught at the TU Eindhoven, the Academies of Architecture in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Maastricht, and the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. In 2002, he was a guest professor at the RWTH Aachen. Neutelings Riedijk Architects' work partakes of sculptural, often anthropomorphic qualities and playfulness of form while maintaining a clear rationality in program and context. Key projects include the Museum Aan de Stroom or MAS in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, Culturehouse Rozet in Arnhem, and Culturehouse Eemhuis in Amersfoort. The work of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has been widely published and exhibitioned, and has won a variety of international awards and nominations.

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Onder weg! >>
  • prof.ir. Dick van Gameren
    Coordinator of research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    d.e.vangameren@tudelft.nl
    http://www.dickvangameren.nl

    Dick van Gameren is professor of Architecture and Dwelling since 2006. Currently, he is also chair of the Architecture Department. He graduated from TU Delft in 1988. After partnerships with Bjarne Mastenbroek and De Architectengroep, he now runs his own architecture firm Dick van Gameren Architecten, Amsterdam. He has been awarded various prestigious awards among which are the 2007 Aga Kahn Award for the Dutch Embassy in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, and a first prize in the second Europan competition, 1991.
    He is the author of ‘Revisies van de Ruimte / Revisions of Space’ (010 publishers, 2005). He is an editor of DASH, Delft Architectural Studies on Housing (NAi publishers) and was an editor of the magazine Forum (1997-2001). He has taught at various institutes, among other the Berlage Institute and the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture.

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    Publications:

    • 2010

    • Dick van Gameren, Harald Mooij, 'The Heritage of the Woonerf / Erfenissen van het woonerf', in: DASH nr. 3, The Woonerf Today / Het woonerf leeft, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam 2010, pp. 18-29, ISBN 978-90-5662-739-3
    • 2009

    • Dick van Gameren, Christoph Grafe, 'Mansion Flats and Middle-Class Living / Mansion Flats en het wonen van de middenklasse', in: DASH nr. 2, The Luxury City Apartment / Het luxe stadsappartement, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam 2009, pp. 137-155, ISBN 978-90-5662-717-1
    • 2005

    • Revisions of Space. An Architectural Manual, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, 2005 >>
  • prof.ir. Dick van Gameren
    Chair of Architectural design - Dwelling
    +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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  • prof.ir. Kees Kaan
    +31 15 27 84208
    Room: 01.oost.700
    C.H.C.F.Kaan@tudelft.nl
    http://kaanarchitecten.com

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  • prof.ir. Michiel Riedijk
    Coordinator of research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics, AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31 15 27 82 753
    Room: BG West 130
    M.Riedijk@tudelft.nl
    http://www.neutelings-riedijk.com

    Michiel Riedijk and Willem Jan Neutelings are the founders of Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Rotterdam. Since the founding in 1992 Neutelings Riedijk Architects has realized multiple iconic private and public buildings like the City History Museum MAS in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, the Shipping and Transport College in Rotterdam and recently the Rozet Culturehouse in Arnhem and the Eemhuis in Amersfoort.

    Neutelings Riedijk is currently working on various projects including the Spuiforum Concerthall in The Hague and the Naturalis Biodiversity Museum in Leiden. Projects by Neutelings Riedijk have been published in numerous architectural magazines around the world. Books about the office include ‘At Work’ 2006 and monographs by El Croquis from 1999 and 2012. The office has been awarded with several international awards including the Oeuvre Award of Excellence of the Dutch Architectural League.

    Michiel Riedijk lectures and teaches regularly at universities, academy’s and cultural institutions worldwide. In September 2007 he accepted professorship at the Chair of Public Building & Architectural Compositions of the Architectural Faculty of Delft University of Technology.

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    Publications:

    • 2012

    • Willem Jan Neutelings, Michiel Riedijk, Neutelings Riedijk 2003-2012, Convenciones e identidad, conventions and identity (Madrid: El Croquis 159, 2012) >>
  • Reinout J. Rutte
    Participant in research group: AP-4. Mapping the territory and the cities of the Randstad, Design & History - Joint research program department of Architecture, Urbanism and AE&T
    +31 (0)15 27 84142
    Room: 01+ OOST 700
    R.J.Rutte@tudelft.nl

    Reinout Rutte (Roelofarendsveen, 1972) is an urban and architectural historian, and teaches in both the Bachelor and the Master phase. He studied history of art and architecture at the Free University in Amsterdam and historical geography at the University of Amsterdam, where he also finished his PhD thesis Stedenpolitiek en stadsplanning in de Lage Landen (12de-13de eeuw) [Urban politics and city planning in the Low Countries, 12th-13th centuries]. He is specialized in research on the long-term development of cities and urbanism in the Low Countries. He is editor of the Bulletin van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Oudheidkundige Bond and OverHolland. Architectural studies for Dutch cities.

    Reinout Rutte is currently working on the Atlas of urbanization in the Netherlands (11th to 21st centuries), the English version of de Atlas van de verstedelijking in Nederland. 1000 jaar ruimtelijke ontwikkeling, that appeared in May 2014.

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    Publications:

    • 2014

    • Publications >>
    • R. Rutte and Jaap Evert Abrahamse, Atlas van de verstedelijking in Nederland - 1000 jaar ruimtelijke ontwikkeling, 2014, THOTH >>
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    • 2011

    • 2010

    • 2009

    • 2008

    • 2006

    • 2005

    • 2002

  • Rick Krosenbrink
    Chair of Architecture & Public Building
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    http://www.UrbanSecurity.nl
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    R.J.J.Krosenbrink@tudelft.nl
    http://staff.tudelft.nl/en/R.J.J.Krosenbrink/

    Rick Krosenbrink is a PhD researcher of A-PB. His research work is focused on Urban Security that explores the relationship between urban design and public security. The research work encompasses design, security and urban life. It focuses on open security measurements and mechanisms of inclusion such as local empowerment, community resilience and human security. The research aims to describe positive security initiatives counter to the more negative modern-day dynamics of securitization. Rick studied Military Engineering at the Netherlands Royal Military Academy, Civil Engineering at University of Twente, and Governance of Security at VU Amsterdam. Rick served as an officer at the Dutch Airmobile Brigade, as a project engineer at the rank of Captain at the Army Engineer Centre of Expertise, and as a research assistant at the Safety Analysis Center of NATO Headquarters in Brussels.

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  • Robert A. Gorny
    Participant in research group: F-1. Revisions: Changing Ideals and Shifting Realities, F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +312784192
    Room: 01+.oost.700
    r.a.gorny@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Robert A. Gorny is founder of relationalthought.com, a nomadic architectural agency established in 2010 that challenges the modes in which our built environment is composed. He recently finished his post-professional studies at the Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design (TU Delft). After receiving his Diploma in 2009 from The State Academy of Arts and Design Stuttgart, he was as a long-term freelance collaborator for SMAQ — architecture urbanism research, Berlin, and worked on independent projects, writings and art installations. In Berlin he became also an vivid member of thepublicschool.org and organized classes around his interest in the relation between architecture and subjectivation, and on the notion of 'assemblage'. Currently he is a research assistant at the Berlage, TU Delft, and Guest teacher at the Chair of Methods and Analysis. In parallel he is preparing his doctoral research on the 'Genesis of Apartments' over the course of modernity.

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  • S. Umberto Barbieri (Professor Emeritus)
    +31 (0)6 51510884
    S.U.Barbieri@tudelft.nl

    Umberto Barbieri graduated at the Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture. He is Professor of Architectural Design at the Delft University of Technology and Visiting Professor at different universities. Editor and collaborator for Opera, Cassabella, Archis, Oase and other magazines. Architect at Studio di Architettura in Amsterdam, designer in cooperation with Aldo Rossi on the BonefantenMuseum in Maastricht (1989) and with Giorgio Grassi on the Wienerblok in Amsterdam (2000). Author of A hundred years of Dutch architecture, 1901-2000, and editor of Dutch translation of the book L’architettura della città (2001) by A. Rossi and La contruzione logica dell’architettura (2000) by G. Grassi.

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  • Sabina Tanovic
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31152784192
    Room: 01+oost.700
    S.Tanovic@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

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  • Sang Lee
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31 (0)6 5084 9390
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    s.lee@tudelft.nl

    Sang Lee studied architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology (B.Arch. Hons.) and the University of Pennsylvania (M.Arch.) Subsequently, Sang worked with Mitchell Giurgola Architects, Frederic Schwartz Architects, Venturi Scott Brown Architects, William McDonough Architects, and Studio Daniel Libeskind. He received his doctorate in architecture from the TU Delft. Sang served as Lecturer of Architecture for the Chair of Paul Philipe Cret Professor and the coordinator of the US-EU exchange program at the School of Design, the University of Pennsylvania, 2000-2003, where he taught research thesis studios as well as core design studios. Sang’s design and research interests emphasize the relationship between architecture, media and performing arts, and the means to assemble, reframe and project spatial and narrative qualities as an organization of embodied experience. In 2007 he edited and published The Domestic and the Foreign in Architecture (010 Publishers) and in 2011, Aesthetics of Sustainable Architecture (010 Publishers). Currently Sang is working on two book projects: Architecture in the Age of Apparatus-Centric Architecture and Meta-architecture: Algorithm, Semiosphere and Environment. In additon he has contributed several articles to books and conferences. He has also lectured and served as a design critic at Dessau Institute of Architecture FH Anhalt, Bergen School of Architecture, Oslo School of Architecture, Aarhus School of Architecture, TU Eindhoven, Bauhaus University Weimar, TU Berlin, Columbia University, Pratt Institute, Temple University, UCLA and Sci-ARC. Sang has won several research and education grants from Creative Funds NL, Netherlands Architecture Fund, Federal Cultural Foundation of Germany and European Commission's Directorate General for Culture and Education.

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  • Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi
    Participant in research group: AP-1. The Building: Types and Models
    Room: 01+.oost.700
    S.M.A.Sedighi@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi graduated from TU Delft as an architect in 2009. Between 2004 and 2009, he contributed in various academic and professional activities, during which he experienced a close collaboration with Dr. Ir. Bernard Leupen as his student-assistant. In 2008, he worked as an intern at Rudy Uytenhaak firm where together with other colleagues awarded the first price of designing competition for Heerhugowaard office. In 2009 he cooperated with TBA international architecture magazine as a guest editor, and in the same year, he organised a symposium in Tehran, in cooperation with TU Delft, OMA, IUST and municipality of Tehran. In 2009, he founded his office IPAO and between 2009 and 2014, he has participated in many architectural assignments and building constructions as designer and R&D researcher.

    Between 2010 and 2013, he worked as architectonic researcher, lecturer and guest teacher at Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), where he taught in design studios and theory courses. In 2012, his design for TESH residential building in Abrisham new town was honored as a national public housing model by the ministry of Housing and Urban Development in Iran. In 2013, his design for low-rise housing in Amir Kabir new town was nominated as a sustainable model by the institution of housing in Arak.

    Since 2014, he has been developing his PhD at the TU Delft, department of architecture, under supervision of Prof. Ir. Dick van Gameren and Dr. Ir. Nelson Mota. His research attempts to discover and understand the origins of spatial flexibility (changeable space for long term use) in relation with open spaces in the context of housing by exploring the phenomena of polyvalency and frame theory, as well as, critical reading on configuration of traditional Persian houses.

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

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  • Sien van Dam
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    s.vandam@bk.tudelft.nl

    Sien van Dam graduated in 1989 from the Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture. From 1986 till 2006 she worked in the office of Emilios Chlimintzas. She has been an adjunct lecturer at the faculty since 1990, and joined AC/PB as a regular staff in 2000. She coordinates MSc. 1 studios and teaches architectural design. She focuses on the theme of architectural identity, and how it manifests in contemporary architecture. Sien was also involved in the publication of "Idee en Architectuur" on museums, and the publication of a documentation of small public buildings. She published with S. Komossa and L. Spoormans De Transformatie van het Schoolgebouw 
(Bussum: Thoth, 2011).

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    Publications:

    • 2011

    • Sien van Dam, Susanne Komossa, Lidwine Spoormans, De transformatie van het schoolgebouw 
(Bussum: Thoth, 2011)
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  • Stefano Milani
    Participant in research group: AP-3. Borders & Territories
    +31 (0)681286840
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    s.milani@tudelft.nl

    Stefano Milani graduated cum laude from the I.U.A.V. of Venice. From 2001 till 2005 he had worked as a project architect at Nio Architecten, Rotterdam. Since 2004 he has been a partner at the firm UFO Architects. He has been also carrying out a research on architectural drawings at the Faculty of Architecture at Delft University of Technology. Assuming drawings as the privileged field of architectural knowledge, the research attempts to enhance the role of architectural drawing within design research and theory. In 2006, he was invited to take part in the 10th Architecture Biennale of Venice. He recently curated the publication, Franco Purini, Drawing Architectures, 2008 and, with Filip Geerts, the Symposium Ideal/Real City. 

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  • Supuck Prugsiganont
    Participant in research group: F-2. The Discipline of Architecture and its Instruments
    +31152784192
    Room: 01+oost.700
    S.Prugsiganont@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

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  • Susanne Komossa
    Coordinator of research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    Participant in research group: AP-2. Architecture and the City: Public Building /Public Realm, Composition & Tectonics
    +31 (0)6 2187 7937
    Room: 01.Oost.430
    s.komossa@tudelft.nl

    Susanne Komossa graduated from the Delft University of Technology (1984), Faculty of Architecture where she also received her PhD in architecture. In 1984-2004 she worked as a practising architect and founded the Rotterdam based firm Komossa Architecten BNA. As an associate professor of architectural design, Chair of Architectural Composition / Public Building at the Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology. SInce 2004 she is the leader of the PhD & MSc. architecture research program ‘Architecture and the City’, which is focused on the role of the changing public realm within contemporary cities. Currently she acts as the faculty’s ambassador of ‘Research-by-Design’, serving internationally as lecturer and reviewer. As a (co-) editor she published ‘The Atlas of the Dutch urban block’ (2005), ‘Colour in Contemporary Architecture; Projects, Essays, Calendar, Manifestoes’ (2009), ‘The Dutch Urban Block and the Public Realm; Models, Rules, Ideals’ (2010), and ‘De transformatie van het schoolgebouw’ (2011), ‘GROOT/GREAT, Tekenboek stadsgebouwen, functiestapelingen, publieke binnenwerelden, in één blok’ (2011). Subsequently she researches on extremely condensed hybrid urban blocks, the ‘European ground scraper’, and published together with colleagues the proceedings of the 2012 EAAE-ISUF conference ‘New Urban Configurations’ (2014). She  is currently preparing the publication of ‘Delft Lecture Series on Architectural Design’ (2015).

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    Publications:

    • 2015

    • New urban configurations >>
    • 2014

    • The almost perfect urban block. >>
    • 2011

    • Sien van Dam, Susanne Komossa, Lidwine Spoormans, De transformatie van het schoolgebouw 
(Bussum: Thoth, 2011)
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    • 2010

    • Komossa, Susanne (ed), The Dutch Urban Block and the Public Realm. (Nijmegen: Van Tilt, 2010) >>
  • Susanne Pietsch
    +31 15 27 84208
    Room: 01.Oost.700
    S.Pietsch@tudelft.nl

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  • Tony Fretton
    T.Fretton@tudelft.nl
    http://www.tonyfretton.co.uk

     

    Tony Fretton, AA Dip RIBA (1945), founded Tony Fretton Architects in 1982. After graduating from the Architectural Association School of Architecture he worked as a project architect for, amongs others, Arup Associates and Neylan and Ungless. Tony Fretton was Unit Master in the Diploma School at the AA, London from 1990-1992 with Mark Pimlott. He was visiting Professor at the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne between 1994-1996. Since 1999 he is Professor of Architectural Design and Interiors at the TUDelft.  Barcelona. (1995)

     

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  • Xialu Wang
    Room: 01.oost.700
    X.Wang-1@tudelft.nl
    http://www.bk.tudelft.nl

    Xialu Wang (1986, China) graduated from school of architecture, Tianjin University in 2012 with master degree of Architecture design & theory. Since then she is PhD candidate at TU Delft and focus on the topic of spatial performance of inner-city station areas in China.

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