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Jimmy Verhoeven Architecture Portfolio www.jimmyverhoeven.nl


Frank van Borselenstraat 42 2613 NM Delft 20th May 1987 +31 6 16874036 jimmyverhoeven@gmail.com www.jimmyverhoeven.nl

Jimmy Verhoeven Msc. Architecture


CONTENT CURRICULUM VITAE| Jimmy Verhoeven PROJECTS & EXPERIENCE JIMMY VERHOEVEN ARCHITECTUUR | Architect & Owner DE MANNEN VAN SCHUIM | Architect RED DE KUIP | Architect UNEC| Graduation Project, TU Delft LIVING IN A RURAL CONTEXT| Master Project, KTH Stockholm PRIMARY SCHOOL T’ LANDJE| Master Project, TU Delft URBAN SYNERGY| Assistant urban designer OTHER PROJECTS STYLOS| Board & committee member AV’40 DELFT| Graphic design & volunteer


Curriculum Vitae Name: Jimmy Verhoeven Address: Frank van Borselenstraat 42 ZIP: 2613 NM City: Delft, Netherlands Telephone: +31 6 16874036 Email: jimmyverhoeven@gmail.com Date of Birth: 20 May 1987 Citizenship: Dutch www.jimmyverhoeven.nl Summary of Qualifications Ambitious and hard working Architect, with a broad field of interest: from graphic design via architecture to urban design. A team player, eager to learn and with a special interest in sustainable development.

Education Sept 2005 – June 2012

Architecture, University of Technology, Delft

Master: Graduation Project: United Nations Environmental Council (June 2012, Cum Laude) Erasmus Exchange program to KTH Stockholm (Jan 2011 – June 2011) Bachelor: March 2009 1999 – 2005

Atheneum, Grotius College, Delft

Skills Languages: Dutch (Native), English (Fluent) German & French (Basic) Software (Windows & Mac): MS Office, AutoCAD, Vectorworks, SketchUp, Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign & Digital Publishing Suite), Artlantis Studio, SUPodium, ArchiCad (Basic)


Work experience Dec 2012 - today Architect at De Mannen van Schuim As Architect at De Mannen van Schuim (a The Hague based design studio for commercial real estate) I work at the moment i.a. on multiple (re)development and renovation studies of existing office buildings and retail area’s. Nov 2012 - today Architect / Owner at Jimmy Verhoeven Architectuur Multiple small housing projects together with Daan Verhoeven. - Kerkstraat 10, Delft - Oude Kerkstraat 4, Delft - Horse rinding school Prometheus, Delft July 2012 – Nov 2012 Multiple freelance projects ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles]: IABR exhibition 2012 Molenaar & Co: Architect at the “Red de Kuip” initiative Fabrique [Brands, design & interaction]: Content manager Sept 2011 – Sept 2012 Student Assistant Archiprix 2012 Organisation of the Archiprix pre-selection at the TU Delft, exhibition, judgment and debate for the Archiprix 2012 Sept 2010 – Jan 2011 Assistant Urban Designer, Urban Synergy, Rotterdam Assistant Designer for one day a week, on multiple urban design projects. Sept – Nov 2008/09/10

Student Assistant TU Delft Assistant for the first year architecture students’ design project.

Sept 2007 – Jan 2008 Urbanism Internship, Movares, Utrecht Working along on multiple architectural and urban projects, i.a. Merwede-Lingelijn and trainstation Bilthoven. Other activities 2004 – today Multiple activities at Athletics Club AV’40, Delft Youth coach (2008 – today) Activity Committee AXIE (2004 - today) Sept 2009 – sept 2010 Board member, Study Association Stylos Responsible for lectures, first year events and faculty party BkBeats (2.000 visitors) Sept 2007 – sept 2009 Multiple committees, Study Association Stylos Excursion Committee and Summer Excursion Committee


PROJECTS & EXPERIENCE


JIMMY VERHOEVEN Architectuur Architect & Owner Location: Delft keywords: monument, apartments, renovation, Delft Since the fall of 2012, I am working together with Daan Verhoeven on several small projects in the old city center of Delft. The monumental buildings were neglected over the years, due to which they were no longer suitable for living. By smart use of the existing structure, both buildings are successfully redesigned to apartments. The building at the Oude Kerkstraat was a bit more complex; the existing facade was in very bad condition. We took this chance to create a new facade in the style of the Oude Kerkstraat and solved the problem of the entrance for the apartments on the floors and the achterhuis (back house). According to the Heritage Conservation Committee Delft “the new facade of the Oude Kerkstraat 4 is an upgrade for the total streetscape”. Projects: Kerkstraat 10, Delft Design: Fall 2012 Realisation: Spring 2013 Design of the renovation of the monumental building with an “achterhuis” on the Kerkstraat in Delft to 5 apartments. Oude Kerkstraat 4, Delft Design: Spring 2014 Realisation: Summer 2014 Design of the renovation the monumental building with an “achterhuis” on the Oude Kerkstraat in Delft to 3 apartments and a commercial space. Horse-riding school Prometheus, Delft Design: Winter 2014-2015 Preliminary design for a canopy on the outdoor horse area.

OUDE KERKSTRAAT 4 | Impression of the new facade


Section C |The old courtyard between the front- and back house is restored, 1:200)

FACADE |Designed as an addition to the existing streetscape, 1:200) FLOORPLANS |Ground floor, 1st & 2nd floor; 3 apartments and a commercial space were created,1:200)


Another project is a design for a canopy for the horseriding school Prometheus in Delft. The riding school has a very small budget, but needs to relocate their existing indoor riding facility and canteen. In this Preliminary Design we helped Prometheus in their search for possible solutions and the indication of the costs of a new indoor facility.

PRELIMINARY DESIGN PROMETHEUS | Impression of the new indoor riding facility


FLOORPLAN & SECTION | The simple construcion reduces the costs and optimizes the unity in the school’s complex.


De Mannen van Schuim Architect Location: Den Haag keywords: Architecture, concept commercial real estate, Lefgoz창h

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Since December 2012 I am working at De Mannen van Schuim (The Men Of Foam), a designstudio for commercial real estate. As Architect I am working on with multiple (re) development studies of office buildings and retail projects. Through creativity any problem can be solved. We are involved in the process from an early stage of the project; we design feasible and realistic plans with architectural quality. As a result of the small size of the office, I am closely involved in many diverse projects. From the vision document of an area (Parallelweg Beverwijk) to the redesign of a shopfront (Lijnbaan Rotterdam). A few of the projects I worked on at De Mannen van Schuim: - Hermes City Plaza, Rotterdam Feasibility study and preliminary design for renovation of an office building on the Stadhuisplein Rotterdam - Centrumplan Uithoorn Study for redevelopment and extension of shoppingcenter Amstelplein in Uithoorn - Haaks gebouw, Nieuwegein Competition. Design for the redevelopment of an office building to apartments for starters. - Technische Natuur Wetenschappen, TU Delft Multiple studies for possible redevelopment of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the TU Delft. SITUATION AND 2ND & 3RD FLOORPLAN


STADHUISPLEIN ROTTERDAM | Redevelopment study of an existing office building in the city center of Rotterdam (impression by VV3D)


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(United Nations Environmental Council) Graduation Project, TU Delft Location: New York keywords: United Nations, Sustainability, Headquarter, extension, environmental council The United Nations was founded with the aim to facilitate cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights and world peace. The world’s current environmental problems ask for an additional aim and a new council: one on environmental sustainability. Due to past events (like 9/11) the current UN plot is a disordered area. A new master plan solves the security problems with a podium and gives the United Nations its prestigious face back to the world. Together with the new extension for the UNEC, the master plan will ensure that the UN area will become a unity again. The UNEC building is an icon for sustainability. The extension connects both programmatically and architecturally to the exisiting buildings. A good building, on a good spot will always be valued. People will identify with it and wish to conserve and reuse the building. The UNEC has optimal sun-orientation and passive building services. This building is not as small as possible. Generous spaces will not only give the environmental discussion a platform, but will also make future development possible. Programmatically, the UNEC has two main spaces: the Council Chamber (formal) and the Lobby (informal). These spaces are the heart of the UNEC and it’s the new building. The Council Chamber is the powerful, representative place, recognizable from everywhere. Around this chamber is the place where it actually happens: the Lobby. Spaces are created to meet and argue, to share thoughts and to lobby. This is a place where delegates, UN employees, businessmen and other visitors can meet to discuss the environmental issues.


CONNECT|both program and composition

ICONIC & SUSTAINABLE|Reuse FDR tunnel

LOCAL CLIMATE|Make use of sun & wind


NEW ENTRANCE | Both the existing and the extention are accessible through a new underground entrance from the UN Plaza. This entrance solves the security issues raised by 9/11.


MASTERPLAN |The UN PLaza , 42nd Street

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COUNCIL CHAMBER| Bridges bring the delegates from the central lobby through the side walls of the council building to the council chamber.


UN PLAZA| LOBBY| In the central lobby the “temple” of the council shows the power of the Council Chamber, with the declaration of human rights casted in the concrete.

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DETAILS FRONT FACADE| The front facade is a dubble transparent glass facade which functions as a solar facade for ventilation. The facade is dieisnged to be as transparent as possible.

SUSTAINABILITY| 1 2 3 4

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Northern light and solar energy Natural ventilation with windwing and climate facade PCM enhanced concrete in Council Hall for thermal buffer Maximum daylight in Lobby


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Living in a rural context Master 2, Elective Course, KTH Stockholm Location: Nyn채shamn, Sweden keywords: Forest, agriculture, village, dwelling, landscape architecture.

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Stockholm is growing. A lot of the new housing is built in Nyn채shamn, to the South of Stockholm. A big part of Nyn채shamn is a traditional agricultural landscape, Swedish cultural heritage. The local government and landlords want to use this space to make profit from housing. By clustering the houses in higher density blocks, relatively many houses can be built without ruining the landscape. By adapting these blocks to the type of landscape and placing them optimally, the landscape is barely influenced and even protected for the future. The landscape around Gudby, a village where dwellings are planed, consists of three types of landscape, all with their own characteristics. The agricultural-landscape, an open landscape with some barns, the forest-landscape, landscape with trees concentrated on hills and the village landscape, where the current village is located. All the three types are analyzed and have their own preconditions for dwellings. For each landscape type, a set of rules is made and an impression is given how the buildings can fit in the landscape of Gudby. These buildings make the landscape stronger without standing out.


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VILLAGE LANDSCAPE| |Analysis, recommandations and impressions for a courtyard building in de village landscape

ecomendations Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape

Rules for gap size and sift

Patio as private garden


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Village, Gudby

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Placement:

Architecture type Courtyard type Private outdoor space Entrance Parking Focus

Terras building City On the roof Inside Central close to block Outside

South facing hill Close to acces road Preferably little trees

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Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape Roofgarden to keep as much forest as possible.

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Recomendations Landscape Placement:

Open the block to the forest

CloseClose to acces to Close Close acces road totoroad acces accesroad road Preferably Preferably little Preferably Preferably trees little trees little littletrees trees

South facing hill Close to acces road Preferably little trees

The Mountain, BIG, Copenhagen

Forest Forest Forest Forest landscape landscape landscape landscape Forest landscape

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Forest landscape

Fragility landscape Density of block Number of houses

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Striking architecture Openness landscape

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FOREST LANDSCAPE

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Strengths

The Mountain, BIG, Copenhagen Roofgarden to keep as much forest as possible.

Terras building on the hill, everyone a view.

Open the courtyard, so it gets a view

Open the block to the forest

Recomendations Landscape Placement:

South facing hill Close to acces road Preferably little trees

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FOREST LANDSCAPE| |Analysis, recommandations omendations comendations Recomendations Recomendations Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape and impressions for a courtyard building in de forest hill, Open the courtyard, so it Open the block to the forest gets a facing view ment: Placement: Placement: SouthSouth facing South South hill facing hill facinghill hill CloseClose tolandscape acces to Close Close acces road totoroad acces accesroad road Preferably Preferably little Preferably Preferably trees little trees little littletrees trees

The Mountain, BIG, Copenhagen

Kvistgård, Vandkunsten

Forest, Gudby

Kvistgård, Vandkunsten

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Kvistgård, Vandkunsten

Forest, Gudby


Entrance Parking Focus

40° 40° - 60° - 60°40° - 60° 40° - 60°

Placement:

On property border Accessroad along ditches Open the block to the south

Courtyard:

Vegetable garden: 3 x 3 meter per house

40° - 60°

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Traditional pitched roof and material use

Small openings for connection with landscape

Agriculture enters courtyard

Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Landscape Landscape Landscape Landscape

Recomendations Landscape

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Placement:

On property border Accessroad along ditches Open the block to the south

Courtyard:

Vegetable garden: 3 x 3 meter per house

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Strengths

Striking Striking Striking architecture architecture Striking architecture architecture Recomendations

Private outdoor space Entrance Parking Focus

Inside Outside Central close to block Inside and outside

Open space, in agricultural landscape

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40° 40° - 60° - 60°40° - 60° 40° - 60°

House Karlsson, Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

40° - 60°

Create a good climate by giving shelter to the courtyard

Traditional pitched roof and material use

Small openings for connection with landscape

Recomendations Landscape Placement:

On property border Accessroad along ditches Open the block to the south

Courtyard:

Vegetable garden: 3 x 3 meter per house

Create CreateCreate a agood Create good a climate good climate a good climate bybyclimate by by Traditional Traditional Traditional pitched Traditional pitched pitched roof roof pitched and and roof roof and and Small Smallopenings Small openings Small openings forfor openings connection connection for connection for connection Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture enters Agriculture enterscourtyard enters courtyard enters courtyard courtyard giving givingshelter giving shelter giving to shelter tothe the shelter courtyard to courtyard thetocourtyard the courtyard material material material use use material use use with withlandscape landscape with with landscape landscape Small openings for connection

Agriculture enters courtyard

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Open Openthe Open theblock block Open thetoblock to the the the block south to south thetosouth the south

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eter per house

House Karlsson, Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

Agriculture, Gudby

Agriculture, Gudby

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40° - 60°

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Open space, in agricultural landscape

Architecture

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Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Recomendations Architecture Architecture Architecture Architecture

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Outside Central close to block Inside and outside

Agriculture, Gudby

Agriculture enters courtyard

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Agriculture, Gudby


Primary School ‘t Landje Master 1, Elective Course, TU Delft Location: Rotterdam keywords: Rotterdam, Brede School, primary school, daycare, sportfacilities, private workspaces. Primary school ‘t Landje needs a new and bigger school building on the Schiedamsesingel in Rotterdam. The new school, a “brede school” with sport facilities and day care, has a total size of 4.300 m2. The new school finds its place on the same spot as the existing schoolbuilding, on the south side of the square. The building connects to the urban tissue and creates a safe inner courtyard for the smallest children. By lifting the front wing, the courtyard gets a relation with the existing square, where the older children can play. The building has three wings: a gym wing, a young kinds wing and a old kids class wing. All the classrooms are designed in such a way that children will be able to develop themselves maximally. All rooms have the ability to create spaces to work alone, in small groups or with the whole class. The classrooms are facing outside and connected to the corridor aroud the courtyard with big sliding doors. The sliding mechanism can create different connections with the workspaces in the corridor and the neighboring classroom. The more open the door is, the more kids can work individually. The workspaces in the corridors are emphasized by the use of different materials than the rest of the corridor. Connected to the corridors are multifunctional spaces and stairs are made extra wide to be able to use them as a tribune. In all these ways, the buildings helps each child to develop in its own way.


PRIMARY SCHOOL T’LANDJE | The new school building fits in the existing urban tissue and creates a safe innercourtyard for the smallest children.


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DAY’S START| Doors are open and warderobe is accessible

DURING CLASS|Doors are colsed, connection with hallway through windows.

DURING SELFWORK HOURS| Doors are open, warderobe is covered and a workingspace is created.


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ENTRANCE AREA|

Each age group has its own level, with workspaces in the hallways.


Urban Synergy Assistant Urban designer Location: Rotterdam keywords: Rotterdam, Urban Synergy, urbansim During the fall of 2010 I worked one day a week as assistant Urban Designer at the young Rotterdam based office Urban Synergy. I worked on several projects: -

Analysis Kop van Noord Holland Noord “Luchtgroen�, Laan van Brabant, Roosendaal Urban rules for the Oudelandselaan, Lansingerland Analysis Vlissingen

ANALYSIS KOP VAN NOORD HOLLAND NOORD|


Busstation

Parkeergarage

Tankstation

Minimum

Medium

Maximum

LUCHT GROEN| Research to vegitation for cleaner air on the Laan van Brabant in Roosendaal


OTHER PROJECTS


D.B.S.G. Stylos Board Member & Committee Member

Location: TU Delft keywords: Lectures, BkBeats 2010, Stylos, Student board During my Architecture studies at the TU Delft, I joined / organized multiple activities at study association Stylos. Stylos Student Board (sept 2009/2010): Responsible for Lectures, First Year activities and Faculty Festival BkBeats. Selection of organized activities: - December 2009: Pantheon X: Stylos magazine on the problems in the Architecture education. Interview with Winy Maas (MVRDV). - March 2010: Architecture and the senses lecture series, lectures of i.a. Richelle de Jong (DP6) and Ronald Schleurholts (CEPEZED) - April 2010: Lecture David Zahle (BIG, Denmark) - April 2010: Faculty Festival BkBeats, Main organiser, 2.000 visitors. Stylos Excursion Committee (sept 2008/2009): Organisation of excursions for TU Delft Students to i.a. Antwerp, Munich, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Enschede Stylos Scandinavia Excursion (sept 2007/2008, organisation): 21 day excursion through Denmark, Sweden and Norway. For this excursion we made a travel guide and afterwards a travel report Modern Architecture in the traditional Landscape (jan 2008, organisation): Exhibition about Scandinavian architecture. - TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture China - Behind the image (juli 2007, participant): Publication & exhibition of the workshop results. - RAP Architecture center Leiden - TU Delft Faculty of Architecture Stylos Whorkshop China (jul. 2006, Study trip, participant): 23 days of excursion and workshop in China

BKBEATS 2010|


EXHIBITION SCANDINAVIAN ARCHITECTURE|

LECTURE DAVID ZAHLE (BIG)|

SUDY TRIP SCANDINAVIA|


AV’40 Delft Athletics Club Delft keywords: Graphic design, AV’40, Athlete, Volunteer, Coach Since my youth, I am an active member of the athletics club AV’40 in Delft. Since 2004 I am also a member of the activity committee (AXIE). This committee organizes all kinds of activities for the youth of the club. As of 2008, I started coaching the youths aged 10 to 13 years in athletics.

AXIE MASCOT |

Original (by Rick Wassenaar)

For AXIE, I took the responsibility for the graphic design and branding of all the events. I design the posters and flyers for the activities and themathise the mascot.

AXIE MASCOT | Dutch theme

AXIE MASCOT |

Sinterklaas theme


Jimmy Verhoeven (2015) for more projects | www.jimmyverhoeven.nl

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