Michiel Riedijk

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Michiel Riedijk (Geldrop, 1964) is a Dutch architect and professor at the Technical University Delft. He is co-founder of the architecture office Neutelings Riedijk Architects in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Michiel Riedijk
Born 1964
Geldrop
Nationality Dutch
Occupation co-founder Neutelings Riedijk Architects

Life and work[edit]

Michiel Riedijk studied architecture at the Technical University Delft from 1983 until 1989. He worked with architect Julliette Bekkering from 1989 until 1991 and in 1992 he founded Neutelings Riedijk Architects in collaboration with Willem Jan Neutelings.[1]

In September 2007 Riedijk accepted full professorship as chair of Public Building and Architectural Compositions at the faculty of Architecture at the Technical University Delft.

Michiel Riedijk regularly lectures at universities, conferences and cultural institutions worldwide. He taught at the Technical University of Eindhoven, the Academies of Architecture in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Maastricht, and the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. In 2002, he was a guest professor at the RWTH Aachen.

Neutelings Riedijk Architects' work has been characterized as having a sculptural, often anthropomorphic quality and a playfulness of form while following a clear rationality in programming and context.[2]

Key projects are the Museum Aan de Stroom or MAS in Antwerp, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, Culturehouse Rozet in Arnhem, and Culturehouse Eemhuis in Amersfoort. The work of Neutelings Riedijk Architects has been widely published and exhibitioned, and has won a variety of international awards and nominations.

Selected projects[edit]

  • Culturehouse | Rozet | Arnhem, Netherlands (2013)
  • Culturehouse | Eemhuis | Amersfoort, Netherlands (2013)
  • Museum aan de Stroom | MAS | Antwerp, Belgium (2010)
  • Dutch Tax Office | Walterboscomplex | Apeldoorn, Netherlands (2007)
  • Museum and archives | Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision | Hilversum, Netherlands (2006)
  • Shipping and Transport College | Rotterdam, Netherlands (2005)
  • Lake Side Housing | The Sphinxes | Huizen, Netherlands (2003)
  • Theatre & Art Centre | STUK | Leuven, Belgium (2002)
  • University Building | Minnaert | Utrecht, Netherlands (1997)

Publications[edit]

  • De doorsnede. Onderweg! Vijftien ontwerpen voor Transit Oriented Development (TOD) aan de Zaancorridor, (pp. 23–27), Geerts F., Riedijk M., Amsterdam (2014): BNA, branchevereniging voor Nederlandse architectenbureaus.
  • Het handschrift van de architect : schetsen van Nicolaas Lansdorp en tijdgenoten, Bergeijk, H van, Riedijk, M (Eds.), Nijmegen 2014.
  • Integraal ontwerpen van infrastructuren: aanzet tot een agenda voor onderwijs en onderzoek, Riedijk M. , Sijmons DF. , Hertogh, MJCM, Rots, JG, Geerts, F, Schmets, AJM, Velde, JRT van der, Boer, JJ de, Wilbers, J Delft: TU Delft Integrated Infrastructure Design 2013.
  • Fragmented panoramas. The city as a project, Riedijk M., (pp. 337–340) Berlin 2013: Ruby Press.
  • El Croquis 159 – Neutelings Riedijk 2003-2012, Levene, R. (ed.), Madrid 2012. ISBN 978-84-88386-694
  • Architecture as a craft, Riedijk M, Amsterdam 2011: SUN. ISBN 978-94-6105-1035
  • The Drawing, Riedijk, M., 010 Publishers 2009. ISBN 978-90-6450-697-0
  • At Work, Neutelings WJ., Riedijk M., Rotterdam 2004. ISBN 90-6450-508-X
  • Aan het Werk, Neutelings WJ., Riedijk M., Rotterdam 2004. ISBN 90-6450-527-6
  • Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Sanguigni G., Rome 2011. ISBN 978-88-7864-074-0
  • El Croquis 94 – Neutelings Riedijk 1992-1999, Levene, R. (ed.), Madrid 1999. ASIN B000QB38MA.

References[edit]

  1. ^ TU Delft staff profile Retrieved 2015-03-10
  2. ^ Aaron Betsky and Adam Eeuwens, False Flat: Why Dutch Design Is so Good, (New York: Phaidon, 2004)

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