To always look after your interests
" A sustainable design must also be aesthetically pleasing."
ir. Kevin Veenhuizen
architect & oprichter
ir. Tuana Yildiz
‘’ The quality an architect brings to the space is immediately felt.’’
How we work
We make a sketch and test it according to your wishes, budget and regulations.
We translate your wishes into a spatial design.
We present the plans to the municipality through a concept application.
The preliminary design including the interior is technically worked out.
We then submit the permit application and explain the plans to the municipality.
Tender & construction
We help you select the right contractor and we supervise construction with construction meetings. We have an extensive network of building partners.
" Input, questions and challenges are a source of opportunities to continue improving the project together."
ir. Guillaume Pfefferle
ir. Basak Enuysal
" Renzo Piano creates a story for his designs, I like to learn those stories."
To get to know you and to understand your wishes, we start with a "Design Workshop". In a playful way, we map out the fundamentals of the project together.
Every three weeks we have "Design Block", these are a few days without meetings to be able to work concentrated on your project: sketching, building models, testing and redesigning.
We will take you "On Tour" and see how it is made.
We help you make the right sustainable choices and incorporate them into the sustainability plan.
How it started
Strongly motivated to develop his own ideas in architecture and thereby contribute to a more sustainable world, Kevin decided to start his own practice. In 2013 Kevin Veenhuizen Architects was founded, one year before Kevin graduated with cum laude honors from Delft University of Technology.
In the years prior he studied at the Technische Universität Berlin and Tokyo Institute of Technology. During his studies Kevin gained valuable working experience at Braaksma & Roos Architectenbureau and Serge Schoemaker Architects.
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