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BLACKBOX pavilion

The Stylos pavilion implies the idea of an architectural competition for students initiated by Stylos, study association of the faculty of Architecture, TU Delft. Every five years a new competition is organized so that each student would have the chance to design and later on build a pavilion during their five years studies. After two previous pavilions realized, a third competition was arranged. In March 2006, the jury consisted out of Jo Soeter, Jo Coenen, bOb van Reeth, Mick Eekhout, Kees Kaan, Sasha Klinkhamer, Patrick van Dijk and Thijs Paardenkooper, choose BlackBox as the winning proposal for the third Stylos pavilion. The design that I made together with Martijn de Geus, was then up to be further elaborated into a plan that could be built. In a team of 15 fellow students, the preparations were made for the building process that started in October 2006. A group of more than 60 students built for longer then a year on the building of only 100m2 footprint, but of 1000m3 volume. The cube-shaped building, with a construction completely made out of timber (Finnforest Kerto), is designed to accommodate conferences, workshops, party’s, drinks, etc... It houses a large central space, a bar, a meeting room and toilet.

Stylos pavilion BLACKBOX

Student Competition; built educational project

Concept & design The building is conceived as a ‘black box’ in which the different activities can take place in various configurations. There is always a degree of stimulating mystery towards what is taking place inside. With its temporality in use and the misterious interior, the building needs a constant powerful and interesting aura, no matter what activities that are taking place. This can be accomplished by making something that never looks the same, is temporal, always changing. We interpreted this temporality in the sense of mutable, transient, just like nature is, alive. By using a living material that maintains and renews itself, one can reverse the normal perception of the building; the building has not to suffer the effects of time, but instead it renews and beautifies itself season for season. With this vertical garden as a facade, the appearance of the building changes every day. A living environment where nature can blossom, is created around and on top of the building. A system of two sheets of felt and irrigation pipes enables plants to grow quickly up and around the cube. A new biotope is created, not only for plants but also for insects, and for humans to profit from.

PORTFOLIO PROJECTS

The idea of this document is that the reader conceives it as a slideshow - a digital portfolio - easy to read through on your PC, laptop or tablet/ Ipad, not a booklet to be printed after receiving. 9

I made a selection of three different projects, that represent myself as an architect/designer, Two of them are student projects during my education at the TUDelft, the third one is a competition proposal that I recently elaborated with some colleague architects. I also added one chapter that briefly shows my working experience at three different offices, and a second chapter with competition designs, elaborated alone or in collaboration with colleagues/ friends. Philip Mannaerts 24-08-12


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[DIS]CONTINUITY My graduation project, started with a group-research and interventions on an urban scale together with Jue Qiu and Theera Dhanamun, based on the loss of the historic city of Rotterdam, the harsh reconstruction after WWII and the impact both events have on the contemporary city. We searched for the limits of our research, and for the best answers to our most daring questions. For the following architectural design, we continued individually. A few months after graduating, our masterplan and architectural designs was selected for the National Archiprix, as one of the representative designs of the TUDelft. Image : Programmatic layout of the masterplan


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scale of the city centre, to the direct surroundings of our site, to finally the masterplan of the building block on our site, which can also be seen as a sum of different interventions. For the architectural design on the site of the ‘Stadstimmerhuis’ the first building of Rotterdam’s reconstruction - our attempt was to combine the interventions-strategy with a functional destiny, into an all including proposal for the masterplan and enclosed programmatic infill. Our building could become a vigorous force that can intensify public life, not only on our site but on the whole city centre. A hybrid setting, directly connected to the already existing network of different functions of the city centre, a composition in which three different functions co-exist, relate to each other and share similar intentions.

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For the direct surroundings of our site, we continued with the same strategy but worked on a more detailed lev Six specific interventions are proposed to improve the site and neighborhood, though they are partially derive from the larger interventions. The pedestrian scale is our primar focus; for example the Stadhuisstraat can become a new square to connect t site with Coolsingle and shopping and business area of the Rotterdam; The Haagscheveer can obtain a more c tent quality of a linear north-south street. Other interventions are specifically chosen to stress the historical qualities of the area, with city-house, postof police-office and Stadstimmerhuis, four monuments next to each other. Distinctive characteristics are shown in the scheme underneath. The complete representation is shown in the s ate booklet.

In the area of the original city centre (Stadsdriehoek), eight principal areas that determine the perception of the city, and three secondary areas with great potential, are selected to adjust according to our our results of the research. The principal areas mainly include important urban streets and urban nodes. The secondary areas are minor locations, but have the potential to become more public and attractive places to stay. Our interference is a combination of emphasizing existing urban fabrics or structures and restoring a former ambience into the current situation. By only minor adjustments, by emphasizing the inherent cultural and historical quality of the specific sites, the most optimal result can be achieved. Distinctive characteristics are shown in the scheme underneath. The complete representation is shown in the seperate booklet.

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multi-use complexes. Buildings that functioned as entire cities on their own. Modernist functionalism unfortunately put a stop to this exiting development, but the last decade we can observe new initiatives. Nowadays in western countries, it is not primary essential to store as much program as possible on one site. There is a striking need for intensification, the stimulation of public life happening in certain parts of the city. So called ‘hybrid groundscrapers’ like our proposal, can function as public life condensers that generate activity, happening in and around the building.

Our interference became a- combination offollowing emphasizing existing urban structures restoring former ambience condition. Delftsevaart - Following the urban interventions, a wooden esplanade facilitates a vibrant city life Meent The street is refurnished, the original plan of the breakthrough of 1920. Binnenrotte and - Historically continuouslya evolving, from a river banks to a railway into viaduct the current next to the water. Linearity and coherence of materials and green is the result to a vast square, we emphasize this character of change by a streched park. By implementing characteristics of historic Rotterdam in a contemporary manner, into the present-day city, the important awareness of historic continuity is recreated. The historical interventions - minor adjustments of the existing urban context - occur on different scales, from the scale of the city centre, to the direct surroundings of our site, to finally the masterplan of the building block on our site. Coolsingel

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According to the plans for the end of the 19th century, the Coolsingel is furnsihed like a Parisian boulevard, f.e. Les Champs Elysees.

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Some interventions re-interpret important historic characteristics into a contemporary manner, like the wooden esplanade next to the Afterbeen removed, like the brickwork on the facade of the Police office, or the Before After Delftschevaart. Others bring back certain historical qualities, that have linearity of the Haagscheveer. Images: Before and after intervention at Delftschevaart and Haascheveer, Rotterdam 39

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For the architectural design, I chose to work out the central part of the block, the hotel. A plot with a very small ground floor base, but with a large volume elevated above the plot. It was chosen to reverse the common layout of a hotel The hotel rooms part (a+b) has a flexible layout and construction and has by this a long life expectancy. The elevated ‘public platform’ (d), is a more provisional construction. Because of its purposive flexibility and demountability, it will have a shorter life expectancy. The place where the two volumes meet each other is the central core (c). This is the heart of the building, the initiator of the hybrid character of the building and the constructional base of the public platform. Images : conceptual diagrams


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Images : (a) ground floor - shopping passage and entrance of hotel (b) fifth floor - hotel rooms part (c) top floor - layout of the public platform -

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The Elevated public platform is a steel truss construction, filled to the wish of time and users with program, and has a temporal and flexible appearance. Images : (a) view on the hotel, the public platform and the passage through the building block, seen from the Stadhuisstraat (b) The elevated public platform, seen from the Binnenrotte


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The central core houses a play of appearance and disappearance, to see and to be seen, light and shadow, transportation and distribution. In between the walls, a staircase and elevators are going up towards the public platform. Terraces for hotel rooms and offices are placed in between. Images : (a) view on the central core of the building, (b) The collonade of the passage, connecting two sides of the building block, (c) restaurant, inside the public platform, (d) fitness room, also inside the public platform


2 STYLOS PAVILION BLACKBOX The Stylos pavilion implies the idea of an architectural competition for students initiated by Stylos, study association of the faculty of Architecture, TU Delft. Every five years a new competition is organized so that each student would have the chance to design and later on build a pavilion during their five years studies. In March 2006, the jury choose BlackBox as the winning proposal for the third Stylos pavilion. The design that I made together with Martijn de Geus, was then up to be further elaborated into a plan that could be built. This was done by a team of 15 fellow students, managed by Martijn and myself. A few months later, group of more than 60 students built for longer then a year on the As one of the ‘architects’, I joined the building team, as the guard of the design, and had the most intensive contact with teachers, contractors and producers of building materials. A wonderful and enriching experience, to experience the proces from sketch to building. Image : The Black Box pavilion seen from above


The cube-shaped building, with a construction completely made out of timber (Finnforest Kerto), is designed to accommodate conferences, workshops, party’s, drinks, etc... It houses a large central space, a bar, a meeting room and toilet. The building is conceived as a ‘black box’ in which the different activities can take place in various configurations, while there is always a degree of mystery towards what is taking place inside. The exterior appearance of the building accomplishes this by creating a strong and powerful aura, a changing one, in the sense of mutable, transient - just like nature is - alive. The living material of the vertical garden as a facade maintains and renews itself; the building has not to suffer the effects of time, but instead it renews and beautifies itself season for season. Images : Photo’s of realised building and interior render (with the never finished inner box)


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The temporary aura is present in the interior as well. All necessary facilities (like chairs, tables, etc..) are hung from an aluminium frame on the ceiling. This results in a flexible, multifunctional space in which any configuration can be created as required. The illumination of the small box, standing firmly in the open space, detached from the surrounding walls, is varying in color, configuration and intensity. This is achieved with LED illumination that, if required, can alter through specific gradations of color. Images : (a) floorplan (b) section


Realization

Stylos pavilion BLACKBOX

The method of construction was not a standard one and therefore required the necessary attention. All the walls were built in horizontal level. When finished, four completely prefabricated walls (including columns, inner plating, outer plating, insulation, installations, damp proof and watertight foil) were piled up on top of each other next to the already present foundation. A crane just had to lift them up separately and place them in position.

After the closing of the roof (also existing out of prefabricated elements), the construction of the inner box and the vertical gardens could commence. A specialized team would later on place the glass facade. During this period of one year, I joined the building team, with a very diverse task, being the designer/architect, the one responsible for the drawings, contact person for sponsors and teachers, etc...

Opening + the end The 29th of june 2007, a pre-opening was organized to celebrate the result of a year of hard work. Sponsors were invited to give a talk about their products and their relation with the pavilion.

The burning down of the former bouwkunde faculty building, put the Stylos pavilion in a different position. The student association wasn’t interested any more in using the space, because it was to far away from the new faculty building. The pavilion became lost and forgotten. Not surprisingly, the night of 17th October the pavilion got set on fire, burned down and was demolished few days later.

The burning down of the former bouwkunde faculty building, put the Stylos pavilion in a different position. The student association wasn’t interested in using the space any more, because it was too far away from the new faculty building. The pavilion became lost and forgotten. Not surprisingly, the night of 17th October the pavilion got set on fire, burned down and was demolished a few days later. To illustrate the length and the diversity of the story of designing and building the pavilion, the process is illustrated as a story line. With the start equal to the end, the burning down of a building where a lot of students could be proud of. 11

Images : personal property


ELYSIUM - CITY4 ELYSIUM - CITY4 This design is made for the Brussels Courthouse Competition, in a team of Yan Shi, Jue Qiu, Linda ThisHolvast design and is made myself. for Our the Brussels proposal Courthouse received theCompetition, third price, ininaafield team ofof 160 Yan participants. Shi, Jue As the Qiu, only Linda Belgian Holvast member, and myself. I was the Ourspecialist proposal received of the local thesensitivities, third price, in rather a field important of 160 for a Belgian project and certainly for a contradictory participants. building like the courthouse. In this way, I took As the only largest Belgian part of member, the responsability I was the specialist on me, producing of the local diagrams, sensitivities, writing rather the competition important text, formaking a Belgian theproject contentand andcertainly lyout of for theaposter. contradictory The most building fun was like giving the courthouse. interviews during In thisthe way, I took the largest award part ceremony, of the responsability with Belgianon radio me,and producing television. diagrams, writing the competition text, making the content and lyout of the poster. Suprisingly fun was giving interviews during Image: the award conceptual ceremony, diagram withofBelgian the proposal radio and television. Image: bird eye view of our proposal

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Since several years, the Brussels Courthouse is in a bad state. Packed with a 20 years old scaffolding on the front side, the other sides clearly show signs of erosion and the deposit of exhaust gasses. Costs of restoration increase every month and preservation work can not be kept up. Our proposal was to open up the bottom layer of the building, making it a detached public layer with commercial activities, so that the rest of the building can continue to function as a courthouse. Also the conversion of the layer underneath can generate more cash flow, to ensure the financing of the possible renovation. Images: Exterior of the courthouse


The public layer becomes a combination of streets and squares, and is connected to a broad variety of shops, bars and other public facilities. We open up the atriums of the Courthouse, making them public accessible. The so-called streets with their arches and ceilings have the character of a Moorish Bazaar. A sequence of arcade-like streets and internal courtyards offers a diversity of different relations and sensations. Images : Interior of the public layer


This drawing shows the public basement layer, full of activity with the opened squares, surrounded by the arcade-like corridors. The drawing was an additional document, completely sketched by hand on a A0 panel. An additional task - to discover the detailed information in the hand sketch was to search for ‘Jef Vermassen’, a famous Belgian lawyer that was hidden in the drawing, in analogy with the comic books of ‘Where is Wally?’. Image : Where is Jef Vermassen?


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WORKING EXPERIENCE This chapter shows the work at three different offices, elaborated during the past four years. This at the small office of Jeroen Hoorn architect, the Belgian office of Import.Export architecture in Antwerp and the recent work at Bekkering Adams Architecten. It varies from small residential projects to large redevelopment projects and a school in Belgium. Like the renovation of a rooftop apartment in Rotterdam, the built concept for a Urban Camping tower and the redevelopment of the Tropicana Swimming Pool into a Live Event Centre or office building. (All projects and images are elaborated under the supervision and in copyright of Jeroen Hoorn Architect, Bekkering Adams architecten and Import.Export architecture)


MONTELUCO (JEROEN HOORN architect) The expansion of a small towerlike building/ruin into a luxurious holiday destination in Toscany, Italy. After an intense workshop on site, in Italy, sketch design was made to convince the Belgian owner. The small remaining building of a former farm, is restored and expanded with a large volume which is covered underneath a large terp and is oriented on the panoramic view on the surroundings.

Images : Photo’s of existing situation, photoshop collage with new design.


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KATENDRECHT (JEROEN HOORN architect) Study of the redevelopment of 6 small houses in bad condition, into smaller apartments with a shared entrance. Different variables have been made to discover the contractor’s wishes. The actual design shows the renovation of the ground floor and inner courtyard and a new expressive rooftop. Currently the project is in a final stage, awaiting the building permit from the municipality.

Images : Photo’s of existing situation and corresponding rendering images


(photo’s of current setting, furniture needs a final revision)

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new bathroom living room, with desk and book shelves

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VOORHAVEN (JEROEN HOORN architect) Renovation of a rental appartment for expats, with main interventions in the kitchen, living room and bathroom, from sketch to completion in only one month! An intense collaboration with owner and contractor, but with successful ending. Images : Of living room, open kitchen and bathroom

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TROPICANA (JEROEN HOORN architect) The redevelopment of the former tropical swimming pool ‘Tropicana’ into a large event centre. The design uses the existing structure of the swimming pool, covering the glass roof with bronze shingles. Large openings in the facade of the head and end of the building indicate important programmatic area’s. The building can function as a conference center, discotheque, etc... Additional to this design was a study for the redevelopment of Tropicana into a sustainable office building. The aim was to stress the extraordinary qualities of the building, on an extraordinary location.

Images : Photo’s of existing situation, photoshop collage with new design.


Internship Import.Export Architecture

An already old concept, developed by IEA, for offering the opportunity for camping in the city, is further elaborated, to find sponsors to construct it during the summer. A tower of ellipse shaped platforms and thin steel columns, is finally produced and constructed for several events Presentation model 1:20 in Antwerp, Copenhagen, etc...

An already old concept, developed by IEA, for offering the opportunity for camping in the city, is further elaborated, to find sponsors to construct it during the summer. A tower of ellipse shaped platforms and thin steel columns, is finally produced and constructed for several events Campingetc... in real life, Antwerp in Antwerp, Urban Copenhagen,

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URBAN CAMPING (Import.Export architecture) A concept, developped by IEA, offering a physical opportunity for camping in the city. From sketch and physical model to the realisation of the installation, I took part in every stage, even the building of the tower itself. The Urban Camping is now travelling around the world, as a fantastic addition to festivals, city fairs, etc...

Images : Photo’s of model, concept drawings, Urban Camping in Antwerp, june 2009 Scheme of elaboration possibilities

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GRENSPOSTEN (Import.Export architecture) Research commision of the Flemish governement, for the value and future use of the border crossings of Flanders. A large inventory map of POSTEL Flanders roads, crossing the borders, was made, as wel as the elaboration of possible scenarios. What scenarios can be thought of, for crossing borders between Flanders and the Netherlands, or Germany or France? Should it be sensible or just part of the same highways connecting ciities. Can additional program be thought of, like a park or office area?

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SCHOOLCAMPUS PEER (Bekkering Adams architecten) Next to the sporthal, my focus is on the landscape design and the positioning of the four buildings in the park, and the facade designs of the buildings, such as the secundary school Agnetendal.

Image : Facade design of Agnetendal, preliminary design


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COMPETITIONS This chapter shows a selection of competitions I participated in, during the last three years. Next to the already shown design of the Brussels Courthouse. Next to the fun-aspect of participating in a competition, I see it as a way of developping myself as a designer, and as a way of trying out new collaboration formats with different people, in different disciplines.


PUSHINSKY PALISADE (together with Ir. J. Bijster) A demand for a new facade for a Brutalist Cinema building in the center of Moscow. In our opinion, a new facade wouldn’t solve the problem of perception of the building. This is why we proposed the Pushkinsky Palisade, a sequence of turning collumns that continues into the adjacent park. Integrated with the use of a Teflon curtain, covering the existing facade, opening and closing like the scene of a theater stage, the appearance of the building will change daily and the surrounding area will become a pleasant public environment.

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wegen de bewoners mee met het ritme van de dag. Ze staan op met de prille ochtendzon in de woning ` slaapkamers en de ontbijthoek, ze volgen de zonnestralen in de woonkamer op het zuiden en genieten van een warme avondgloed tijdens het avondeten op het westen.

woning. Op elke plek van het huis wordt een verschillend zicht geboden op de natuur, zodat deze optimaal kan worden ervaren zonder dat men in een glazen doos zou moeten vertoeven.

woning. De interne circulatie gebeurt rondom deze ruimte en zorgt tevens voor natuurlijke lichtinval in het midden van het gebouw. Rondom het atrium is de opbouw rationeel en bijna symmetrisch.

van de afzonderlijke wanden. Houten wanden, inclusief constructie en isolatie kunnen in de fabriek worden geprefabriceerd en vervolgens in korte tijd op de bouwplaats worden geassembleerd.

met maar liefst 30cm isolatie en zijn vervolgens luchtdicht aangesloten. Drievoudig isolatieglas zorgt voor minimaal warmteverlies.

een laag- temperatuurs vloerverwarming. Luchtcirculatie gebeurt mechanisch, met een warmte terugwin systeem. De ingeblazen verse lucht wordt verwarmd of gekoeld met de gebruikte lucht op kamertemperatuur.

opwarming te voorkomen. Een brede dakrand zorgt voor zonnewerin in de zomer, maar belet niet de passie zonne-energie in de winter.

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HAAGWIJK MODELWONING Competition for the design of a large house the middle of the woods of an estate near Leidschendam. The exterior can be seen on the first page of this chapter. The floorplan is derived from a Roman villa, with an atrium at the centre, all the living area’s organised around. Thick walls, well positioned window openings and a large cantilevering roof create a nice sustainable living environment.

Images : Axonometry and interior rendering of the house

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BLOK J E OM spelen op de stoep een parkeerplaats is veranderd in een kleine, gezellige speelplek. groene ‘Regentjes’ omzomen de ruimte, paarse vlekken op de grond markeren de plek. ...Knikkers rollen over de grond, rondom het knikkerpotje is een hevige strijd losgebarsten. de gekronkelde buis is een levensgrote zenuw-spiraal, waar je met een ring omheen moet bewegen, zonder de buis te raken...

JANTJE BETON - BLOKJE OM (Together with Ir. S. Mink)

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THE SPLASH / MI’WAX (together with Import.Export architecture) International competition for a new envelope of water pumping station in Miami, USA. The concept was to refer to the actual function with a bright blue meshed skin, that follows the shape of a ‘vortex’, the shape water forms when you pull the plug out of the bath tub. It offers a small public exhibition and experience space within.

Image : Renderings of the facade and the interior of the vortex.

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FULL LIST OF PROJECTS (chronologically)

. house at a lake (Schoten - 05/2002 - in secundary school) . container-house (KULeuven - 11/2002) . cultural centre Antwerp (KULeuven - 04/2003) . A house for a Poet + Urban design De Rijp (TUDelft - 11/2003) . Pavilion + glasshouse (TUDelft - 05/2004) . Housing project De Staart, Dordrecht (TUDelft - 11/2004) . Design Museum Amsterdam (TUDelft - 05/2005) . BlackBox Stylos pavilion, Delft (TUDelft; with M. de Geus - 09/2005-06/2007) - built project . Pharmacy service counter, Antwerp (12/2006) - built project . CEBECO ‘The Clash’, Rotterdam (TUDelft, 01/2008) . SKVR Cultural Center Rotterdam (TUDelft, 06/2008) . Stadhuis Halle (IEA internship, 09/2008) . The ‘Splash’ Mi’Wax waterpumping station, Miami (IEA internship, 11/2008) . Urban Camping (IEA, 11/2008-05/2009) . Grensposten Vlaanderen (IEA internship, 01/2009) . City Foyer Rokin, Amsterdam (TUDelft, 06/2009) St LUT Sporthal, Antwerp (with IEA and META, Antwerp, 08/2009) . [DIS]continuity: Interventions in historical Rotterdam (TUDelft, 06/2010) . ELYSIUM, Brussels Courthouse competition (with City4, 11/2010) - 3rd price out of 166 contestants . House in Amsterdam (with Jeroen Hoorn, 12/2010) . LECr Rotterdam in Tropicana (with Jeroen Hoorn, 01/2011) . Appartment renovation Rotterdam (with Jeroen Hoorn, 03/2011) - built project . Front terras Rhoon (with Jeroen Hoorn, 04/2011) . Changing the face - Pushkinsky theater competition (with Joeri Bijster, 05/2011) . Nieuwe Binnenweg Rotown appartment (with Jeroen Hoorn, 06/2011) . 6 Pandjes Katendrecht (with Jeroen Hoorn, 08/2011) . Architectuurmanifestatie ‘Wonen op Haagwijk’ (09/2011) . Monteluco holiday house Italy (with Jeroen Hoorn, 10/2011) . Kantoorlocatie Rotterdam (with Jeroen Hoorn, 12/2011) . Scholen van Morgen, Schoolcampus Peer (with Bekkering Adams, 01/2012) . Jantje Beton Speelaward, Regentessekwartier Den Haag (with Stefanie Mink, 04/2012)


WRITINGS:

. Essay Msc-1 Drawing Media (11/06/08) : ‘The contemporary return of the Aura’ . Essay Architectural studies Msc-1 (21/03/09) : ‘Images and rooms, on spaces and films’ . Essay Msc-2 Public Realm (03/04/09) : ‘The contemporary public sphere : a quest for provisions and solutions’ . Essay ‘Phenomenology of perception’ Msc-1 (05/06/09) : ‘The manipulation of perception by Jean Nouvel.’ . Essay Msc-3 Public Realm (15/11/09) : ‘Rotterdam: The consequences of an discontinuous growth’ . History thesis Msc-3 (18/04/10) : ‘Renaat Braem: Lijnstad en Bandstad België : Utopische visioenen voor een beter België’ . VU essay (06/10/10) : ‘Van RODE SCHEIKUNDE naar BK CITY, een rechtmatige bestemming’ . VU essay (26/10/10) : ‘BINNENSTEBUITEN, deSingel Kunstencentrum fase 4.2’ . Brussels Courthouse Competition (04/11/10) ‘Elysium - A public destination underneath the Courthouse.’ . VU thesis (19/05/11) ‘Interieurs van Buitenplaatsen tweede helft 18e eeuw - Kasteel Groeneveld’ . VU essay (21/06/11) : ‘Venice, city of life and death’ VU essay (03/02/12) Seminar Creative city ‘The prospects of legacy’ PUBLICATIONS: . ‘GEVELS in ‘t GROEN’ in ‘Stedenbouw & Architectuur’ (12/2007) . ‘Krachtig maar mystiek’ in ‘Houtblad’ (02/2008) . Green Architecture in ‘Architecture and Urbanism’ (04/2009) . ‘Living Walls, Vertical Gardens - Fower Pot to Planted System Facade’ in ‘DETAIL magazine’ (12/2009) . ‘Beauty and Temporality’ in ‘B-Nieuws’ (06/2009) - Together with M. de Geus . ‘Architecture must burn’ in ‘B-Nieuws’ (12/2009) - Together with M. de Geus . ‘[DIS]continuity: interventions of historical rotterdam’ in ‘B-nieuws’ (10/2010) . ‘Prijsvraag justitiepaleis’ in ‘AWM 41’ (04/2011) . ‘[DIS]continuity’ in ‘Archiprix 2011’ - 010 publishers Rotterdam (06/2011)


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