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CURRICULUM VITAE 2-3 HOUSE OF THE FUTURE 4-5 MODEL STUDY 6-7 TABLE 8-9 FORM STUDY 10-11 INTERIOR 12 BIRD ACT 13 WORKSHOPS 14-15
Name Date of Birth Place of Birth Nationality Adres
Noor Meijer 02 02 1989 Tegelen Dutch Brabantse Turfmarkt 20 2611CN Delft
Phone 06 18834926 E-Mail email@example.com
09.2010 - 07.2015 | Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Urbanism, Real Estate and Building Technology Technische Universiteit - Delft, Netherlands
09.2014 - 02.2015 | Minor ‘House of the Future’ Technische Universiteit - Delft, Netherlands 09.2008 - 06.2009 | VWO deelcertificaten (N&G) Gilde Opleidingen - Venlo, Netherlands 09.2007 - 06.2008 | VWO (E&M) Luzac College - Roermond, Netherlands 09.2001 - 06-2007 | HAVO (C&M) College Den Hulster - Venlo, Netherlands
Participant workshop “Antiroom II” European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) - Valletta, Malta
Participant workshop “Camera Obscura” European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) - Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Participant workshop “Our Soft Refugee” European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) - Zuzemberck, Slovenia
Course basic training multiskill public officer first line Academie voor Overheidscommunicatie - Venlo, Netherlands
CURRICULUM VITAE SKILLS SOFTWARE AutoCAD 2D Revit Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Rhino/ Grasshopper SketchUp LANGUAGES Dutch English French German
02.2015 - PRESENT | Bartender Cafe ‘Tango’ - Delft, Netherlands
GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE
06.2012 - 01.2015 | Bartender and Waitress Restaurant ‘Sports & Culture’ TU - Delft, Netherlands 04.2010 - 09.2010 | Consultant Employment Agency ‘Adecco’ - Delft, Netherlands 01.2010 - 02.2011 | Bartender Pop Venue ‘Speakers’ - Delft, Netherlands 10.2008 - 07-2009 | Public Officer for the National Government Callcenter ‘Arvato’ for Postbus51 - Venlo, Netherlands 01.2005 - 07.2009 | Volunteer Pop Venue ‘Perron55’ - Venlo, Netherlands Art & Craft Furniture Design Interior Design Graphic Design Travelling/ Nature Music/ Yoga Fashion
musea, drawing, screenprinting, sewing, photography, model making
ADAPTED ASSEMBLY The ambition of the Adapted Assembly is to bring people together in real life, when they’re disconnect through technology. The inhabitants will own a minimal private space for sleeping, working and to have some time for theirselves. For the other daily routines they have a maximal shared space with all the adventages of sharing. The kitchen, bathroom and living are more luxurious than each of these persons would have had when living on their own. The open space contains different floor heights, which creates multiple spaces in one large open space. This promotes social control in a positive way. Inside the shared space arises an easy overview to what the other is doing. On the other hand to keep each persons privacy the personal houses are more closed from out- side to inside but to keep triggering people to meet eachother in the shared space they will get pulled out of their private spaces by the light of the shared space, the luxurious facilities and most of all the social contact with their neighbours. Designed together with Niels van Hasselt during the minor ‘House of the Future’.
HOUSE OF THE FUTURE
â€œTechnology allows us to be constantly connected to the world, but it can also make us even more disconnected from eachother.â€?
Photo: Sadao Hotta
House designed by Coelacanth & Associates Tokyo. An hour train ride away from Tokyo, in Odawara, stands a house for a young family. Trees span from the plot on the northeast side and the roof is lowered to their level, therefore only the second floor peers out of the fields from afar. The house blends in beautifully with its surroundings, making the inhabitant more conscious of his bond with nature, a theme deeply rooted in Japanese architecture. Analysis and model study together with Rick Blankestijn, Niels van Hasselt and Rachel Testard. +200
The YAX table is a simple design. With steel framed legs and a double-layered top this table is nice in use. Not only the top is double-layered but also the functions. The legs can be flipped in two ways creating either at high level a desk/ dining table or at lower level a coffeetable. The tabletop is made out of 20mm thick plywood. The top layer which is the most vulnerable is protected by 2 thin layers of transparent wood finish, sandpapered in between and afterwards to keep itâ€™s natural look. The wood is glued with Lamelloâ€™s to give it extra strength on the glued surfaces. The square tube steel legs are welded and painted white.
REDEVELOPED SQUARE This is a model of insight for the spatial redevelopment of a square. The existing buildings which are in wood are dwellings. The neighbours think the existing square is shabby and a dull empty space. According to the muncipality there is need for more dwellings. So there is a building with houses added while the square is preserved in a smaller scale. Important aspect in this assignment was to keep focus on size, direction and placing of volumes. Paramounting the relationship between the size of the inserted volumes and the size of the space that is subsequently formed by, i.e., the counter-shape.
PAVILLION AT A HARBOR A small harbor in the Netherlands wanted a space or building to give people a space to sit down and relax or use it as a place to have a good view at the boats. These images show the design where the golden ratio is kept in mind. Using different levels and floorlevels, creating an interesting space for young and old.
LIBRARY INTERIOR This library lies enclosed between three facades of the old building. We strived for internal openness through adding voids and an open stair-construction with a rooflight. By placing the books in the center and the study area on the outer ring it became a very conveniently space. Studying people wont be disturbed by them who are looking for books and have a nice view to the monumental facades. There is a diversity in the height of the desks, because everyone has a different kind of ideal spot to study. The book-compartiment is closeable which enables people to keep studying after closing time of the library.
Inspired by this Painting: Paul Kane - Medicine Mask Dance, 1848
Costume design and act for BK BEATS, which is a biennial party at the faculty of Architecture. This years theme was â€˜Rise into the Skyâ€™. Suggesting high rise buildings, we interpreted flying birds. We could choose between making a part of the decor or doing an act. While every other group chose to do a decoration we sacrificed ourselves to fabricate the only act. Together with Sacha van Eerten and Veerle van Es.
OUR SOFT REFUGEE
Photo: Ahmad Mad
EASA 2013-14-15 EASA is short for the European Architecture Students Assembly. Every summer about 500 architecture students and young professionals, from all over Europe as well as other parts of the world, come together in a different country for two weeks. These are the three workshops I have participated in.
Photo: Ahmad Mad
Photo: Ahmad Mad
Published on Jan 25, 2016