2006 - 2010 Bsc Architecture _Delft University of Technology
2009 - 2013 _Desk Employee Cultural Center Delft University of Technology
TImeLine '06-'13 2005 - 2007 _Employee digitalization of video archives
2009 - 2010 _Promotion Team, OGD ict-service
2008 _Organized a trip for 30 persons to Denmark and Sweden
2000 - 2006 Pre-University Education _VWO, Nature and Technology
2008 - 2009 _Taught a photography course
2008 - 2009 Propedeuse Photography _Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
2009 _Trip China
2010 _Faculty Student Council Delft University of Technology 2009 - 2010 Minor Animation _Delft University of Technology .Autodesk Maya .Adobe Suite
2010 - 2011 Msc1 Architecture Project _Delft University of Technology _Workshops .Rhino/Grasshopper .Virtools .Digital Fabrication .Max/MSP .Monkey
2010 _Trip India
2011 Architectural Internship ONL _Office of Kas Oosterhuis
2010 - 2013 Msc Architecture _Delft University of Technology .Computational Design
2011 University Exchange Project _Royal Melbourne University of Technology _Workshops .Python in Rhino .Java in Processing .Visualizing 2011 _Trip Australia
2012 _Workshop Image, Motion & Experience Delft University of Technology
2011 _Trip Indonesia
2011 _Trip East Europe
2012 Part of Bsc Computer Science _Delft University of Technology .basis of various programming languages
2014 _Animations of fitness exercises Fittionary, Amsterdam
2011 _Trip California
2011 _Trip Guatemala
2013 Graduation with Honourable Mention _Msc Architecture
Performative Landscapes Status: Graduation Project Program: Master Hyperbody TU Delft Tutors: H. Bier, N. Biloria, M. Sobota Type: Sustainable Research Center Location: Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands Date: November 2013
Words: The project enhances local resource extraction through computational morphogenesis. In depth research in physical systems of sun, wind, water and biomass energy has been done to optimize a sustainable research center in the Port of Rotterdam. Physical systems and programmatic requirements are analyzed and translated into architectural form by vector math calculations. The computations help me to design a research center, which itself serves as a tool for advanced research. Final Grade: 9 out of 10 with Honourable Mention
The physical systems which are translated into vectors and therewith the foundation of the morphology. The form based on the physical systems, which subsequently is evaluated by solar & wind analysis. Snapshots of the topology simulations including general morphology by physical systems and program allocation with associated dimensions.
Detail 1:5 - Faรงade element. The building takes part in the dynamic energy or water harvesting cycle to reduce the need for external resources. Therefore in the faรงade is integrated a network of ducts to distribute the collected resources. Detail 1:5 - Connection of floor to curved faรงade. The CNC-cut faรงade of polystyrene panels is clad with photovoltaic cells, piezoelectric wind pads and openings in the surfaces to collect rainwater. Longitude section and first floor. The negative space of the function allocation is used for circulation.
The Darwin Project Status: Hyperbody Msc1 project TU Delft Team: L. van Hoek, L. Rispens, M. Ubarevicius Tutors: Nimish Biloria, Han Feng Field: Interactive Pavilion, computational design Location: Mekelpark TU Delft Date: September 2010 - January 2011
Words: During my first master project I developed my fascination for computational design. I was introduced to the tools Virtools and Grasshopper to create intelligent architectural forms. The designed pavilion is able to react and adapt to the changing solar and wind conditions. Responsibilities: Computation, 3d Models, Visualizations
Output Virtools simulation. Selection of high amounts & definition morphology of pavilion. Definition of curve behavior towards sun and wind conditions. The strenght of the resource is visualized by the lenght of the curve. Sections of the adaptable system, designed in Grasshopper.
Arkadia Status: Master Exchange Program Program: Architecture RMIT, Melbourne Tutors: Paul Minifie Field: Computational Morphogenesis, Visualization, Architectural Design. Date: July - November 2011
Words: During my six months studies at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, I discovered the possibilities of Python in Rhinoceros and Java in the Processing environment. I obtained a valuable understanding of computational tools to enhance my architectural designs. Back in Delft, this let me decide to study Computer Science for half-a-year. More computational freedom would challenge my creativity.
Simulation of desired function allocation on site, including their relations and dimension. Simulation of springs, connecting the different views in the Java Processing environment. Groundplan building block located between Elizabeth st, Swanston St.
The Quest of Mees Status: Minor / half-year program Program: Bachelor TU Delft, the Netherlands Date: September 2009 - January 2010 Type: Animation 120 seconds Tools: Autodesk Maya, Adobe programs, Drawings View: http://vimeo.com/48285478
Words: This animation focuses on satisfaction. You are who you are; when you do not focus on frustration you will find a solution to manage your weaknesses. Mees would like to read a book but because of his small body height he is not strong enough to open the book. He becomes angry. Why is he so small! Due to his frustration he blows himself up. Suddenly he is enormous! Now his hands are too big to open the book. He becomes sad..... He shrinks.... He takes a break, becomes calm and gets an idea!
Msc Architecture, Urbanism and Building Science, University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands, Non-Standard and Interactive Architecture: grade 9 / 10 with Honourable Mention
Part of Bsc Computer Science 37 ECTS, University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands: grade 8 / 10
Architecture Msc Project, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia: grade 9 / 10
Bsc Architecture, University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands: grade 8 / 10 Minor Animation, Imagination, University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands: grade 8 / 10
Propedeuse Photography, Royal Academy of Arts, the Hague, the Netherlands: grade 8 / 10
VWO Nature and Technology, Jac. P. Thijsse College, Castricum, the Netherlands: grade 8 / 10
Fittionary, animations of fitness exercises, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Architectural intern, ONL [Oosterhuis_LĂŠnĂĄrd], Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Desk employee, Cultural Center University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands
Promotion team, OGD ict-service, Delft, the Netherlands
Digitalization of video archives, Pictura, Heiloo, the Netherlands
RESUME Lieneke van Hoek 12 November 1987 Dutch
Roundtrip through China, India, Australia, Indonesia, California, Guatemala, East Europe Animation workshop, Image Motion and Experience, University of Technology Delft, the Netherlands
Faculty Student Council, Delft: education Msc
Camera Obscura, taught a photography course, Delft
Lancetreis, organized a road trip for 30 persons to Denmark and Sweden
Honourable Mention Graduation Project Performative Landscapes, University of Technology Delft
Maya, Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Programming Languages: Java, Python, Autocad, Revit, Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, After Effect, Premiere Pro.
As a young architect fascinated by computational design I
explore the blending of art and technology.
Well organized, responsible, eager to learn