New York, United States
Tim studied architecture at the Eindhoven University of Technology and graduated on the revitalization of the Hofplein Railway overpass in Rotterdam. During the course of his study he was the editor of the Chepos, a quarterly magazine on architecture. He started his career at VHP where he worked on several large-scale projects in Russia and Nigeria and a selection of competitions and research projects in the Netherlands. In 2009 he switched to SMV, a research and design office based in Rotterdam. In the past two years he has worked on a variety of projects, including the masterplanning of large sustainable industrial areas, the design of an eco passage constructed out of tree logs, a 3D park and the conceptualization and prototyping of water squares. Recently he has attended and lectured at three workshops in Brazil, organized by the NAi, Columbia University and the AA. Tim currently works as an architectural designer at Hollwich Kushner LLC in New York City on a variety of projects.