Winy Maas Further Information. MVRDV was founded in 1993 by winy maas, jacob van rijs and nathalie de vries in rotterdam, the netherlands. Early work such as the television centre Villa VPRO and the housing estate for elderly WoZoCo, both in the Netherlands, have brought him international acclaim and established MVRDVâs leading role in international architecture. Contemporary Dutch Architecture Studio Opens in Paris, France â Rotterdam Design Office, NL. van Eck Prize of the Dutch Architects' Association, have brought MVRDV to the attention of a vast collection of clients, giving the studio international renown. In 1993 together with Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries he set up MVRDV. Tags: Design, Winy Maas, MVRDV, Architects, Sustainability Posted on July 09, 2014 In 1993, together with Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries, he founded the MVRDV studio (an acronym of the initials of the names of the three founders), which produces designs and studies in the fields of architecture, urban studies and landscape design. Browse the complete collection of pictures, drawings and design portfolio. Mirador Building, Madrid, Spain: MVRDV and Blanca LleÃ³ 2005. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Winy_Maas&oldid=979639649, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 September 2020, at 21:51. This is a fantastic opportunity to hear one of Europe’s most prolific and original architects talk about his work. This Dutch Architecture practice was founded in 1991 after they won the first prize in the Berlin Europan Competition. (Rotterdam/San Francisco, May 4 2009): Winy Maas was awarded AIA’s prestigious College of Fellows Honorary Fellowship during an investiture ceremony at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California, USA, on 1st May, during the AIA National Convention. Quick Bio. Winy Maas was a finalist for the Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture in 2003 and won the Amsterdam Art Prize in 2004 with his project Hagen Island in The Hague. The firm’s architecture has been shaped by their ongoing exploration of density and the informational processes involved in design. Completed in 2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Before this he was professor at among others Berlage Institute, Ohio State and Yale University. A small number of AIA Honorary Fellows are selected annually by a Jury of Fellows and several practicing architects from the United States. The Why Factory runs research projects, which are positioned in a classical research tripod of models, views and software; of model cities, applications and storage. He worked with Unesco and with OMA (Office of Metropolitan Architecture) in Rotterdam. Gray Interior. The Dutch architect and city planner was one of the founders of the Rotterdam architectural consortium MVRDV in 1990. The first home designed by MVRDV will start construction in 2009. Situated on top of an existing historical building and atelier, the bedrooms are conceived as separate houses, optimizing the privacy of every member â¦ Winy Maas Prof. Ir. Competition Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries with . Furthermore Winy Maas has been appointed advisor for the first ever Kosovo entry, and The Why Factory will present the AnarCity movie by the Berlage Institute and launch two books. Leading Dutch architect, Winy Maas of MVRDV architects in Rotterdam will deliver this year’s RIAS Annual Lecture during Scotbuild. The preservation and modernisation of existing buildings serves as a key sustainability strategy for MVRDV. Their work includes urban design, civic projects and housing projects in Amsterdam, The Hague, Vienna, and Madrid. MVRDV is strongly engaged in France and is part of Atelier du Grand Paris, the think tank concerned with the future planning of Greater Paris. He completed his studies at the RHSTL Boskoop, graduating as a "landscape architect", and in 1990 he got his degree from the Delft University of Technology. Outside the Netherlands, MVRDV is engaged in the construction of pavilions in Japan and Sweden, 100 residential units in Vienna, a large office building in Munich, and Mobility Park outside Hamburg. Early projects such as the Light Urbanism study for the Municipality of Rotterdam, the headquarters for Public Broadcasting Company VPRO and “WoZoCo” Housing for elderly, Amsterdam, brought MVRDV to the attention of a wide field of clients and gave them international acclaim. Our guest will be Winy Maas, co-founder of Rotterdam-based MVRDV, a firm that specializes in disrupting established norms in architecture, urban design, and beyond. MVRDV is strongly engaged in France in a range of projects: The participation in Atelier du Grand Paris, with large scale urban plans for Bordeaux and Caen and a number of architecture projects in Paris and Dijon, among which is a zero energy office building in Paris, ZAC Gare de Rungis. The Legion of Honor, is a French order established by Napoleon Bonaparte, on 19 May 1802. Winy Maas has received the highest French decoration Chevalier de la LÃ©gion d’Honneur by the French Ambassador to the Netherlands Mr. Jean-FranÃ§ois Blarel at the French residence in The Hague. Winy Maas presented a keynote address New solutions for new challenges at the inaugural Holcim Forum, âBasic Needsâ at the ETH Zurich in 2004. We want to revolutionise every aspect of human life. Today, the studio is actively involved in numerous projects in various parts of the world. "It's really rewarding to return to this building after we exhibited here â¦ Serpentine Pavilion London: Project never completed. Spaces to Live, Work & Play! In addition he designs stage sets, objects and was curator of Indesem 2007. The studies on light urbanism for the City of Rotterdam, the headquarters of the Dutch Public Broadcasting Company VPRO and the Wozoco's senior citizens' residences in Amsterdam, which won the J.A. Among his built works are the Dutch Pavilion for Expo 2000 in Hannover, Germany, the innovative business park Flight Forum in Eindhoven, two buildings on Borneo Sporenburg in Amsterdam, and the futuristic installation Metacity Datatown. MVRDV House, Netherlands Two-family house, Utrecht 1997, Comments / photos for the Winy Maas Architect page welcome, EMBT, Miralles Tagliabue: Architects Barcelona, Felix Nussbaum Haus Extension, OsnabrÃ¼ck. MVRDV have produced buildings of all types and sizes, urban designs, publications and installations. Experience More .  He is member of the research board of Berlage Institute Rotterdam, president of the spatial quality board of Rotterdam and supervisor of the Bjorvika urban development in Oslo. Winy Maas and Jean-FranÃ§ois Blarel, Ambassador of France to the Netherlands, during the ceremony: photo from MVRDV, “Winy Maas and MVRDV are representatives of the high quality of contemporary Dutch architecture.” states the French Embassy, “the work is characterized by experiment, innovation and sustainability. Together with Winy Maas, Jo Coenen of JCCA Architects, Smiljan Radic Clarke, Chile, Bruno Gabbiani of Studio Gabbiani Associati and Manfredi Nicoletti of Studio Nicoletti, Italy, received an Honorary Fellowship. Winy Maas and Bertrand Schippan will present three MVRDV projects at the Forum of Urban Projects, 15th November 2016 25/10/2016 Winy Maas to give a lecture and open Vertical Village at the Vilnius Energy Museum, 25th October 2016 26/06/2016 Are we over the pop-up? The style is surprising and the materialization is unusual.”. Winy Maas (born 1958 in Schijndel) is a Dutch architect, landscape architect, urbanist and professor. Fokke Moerel, Sanne van der Burgh, Arjen Ketting, Gerard Heerink, Jason Slabbynck, Jan Knikker . Projects. Recent project by MVRDV with JÃ¸rgensen & Wolhfeldts: Gemini Space, Havnestad, Denmark Pair of former seed silos on Copenhagen waterfront converted into 86 contemporary residential apartments. MVRDV Architecture Office. Ing. Winy Maas, principal architect and co-founder of MVRDV, says âPushed slab is an exemplary combination of high energy efficiency, economic reality â¦ Design: MVRDV- Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries Concept Phase - Design Team: Jacob van Rijs, Fokke Moerel with Sanne van der Burgh, Aser Giménez Ortega, Elien Deceuninck, Rico van de Gevel and Junxiang Zhang âVanke 3D City can be seen as a new type of skyscraper. This rooftop house extension was the first project MVRDV realised in its hometown of Rotterdam. MVRDVâs Crystal Houses began its â¦ Winy Maas presented a keynote address New solutions for new challenges at the inaugural Holcim Forum, âBasic Needsâ at the ETH Zurich in 2004. The Honorary Fellowship is bestowed on architects of esteemed character and distinguished achievements who are neither U.S. citizens nor U.S. residents, and who do not primarily practice architecture within the domain of the Institute. van Eck Prize of the Dutch Architects' Association, have â¦ Hong Kong, 2016. âFreelandâ is a collaborative project by MVRDV and The Why Factory and was made possible by the financial support of the City of Almere. The 2009 Jury of Fellows elevated 9 international architects to Honorary Fellowship. MVRDV Architects, Netherlands Buildings, Winy Maas, Dutch Architectural Projects, Paris, Photo, Designs. Gemini building, Copenhagen: photo Â© Adrian Welch, 1984-1990 – Technical University Delft, Faculty of Construction, Engineering, Departments of Architecture and Urban Design. 133 Way Yip Street Business Center. See more ideas about Architecture, Architect, Work in africa. Winy Maas teaches and lectures at the Architectural Association, London, the Technical University, Delft, the Berlage Institute, Amsterdam, and the Academies of Architecture and Urban Planning in Rotterdam and Amsterdam. The studies on light urbanism for the City of Rotterdam, the headquarters of the Dutch Public Broadcasting Company VPRO and the Wozoco's senior citizens' residences in Amsterdam, which won the J.A. FRIBA HAIA (Schijndel, The Netherlands, 1959) is an architect, urban planner, landscape architect and one of the three founding partners of MVRDV. "Nantou is a special and fascinating place," said MVRDV founding partner Winy Maas. Winy Maas: check Domus for insights and interviews about the remarkable projects of Winy Maas, one of the most cutting-edge architect of all times. Realised projects include the Dutch Pavilion for the World Exhibition 2000 in Hanover, Germany, an innovative business park ‘Flight Forum’ in Eindhoven, two Houses at Borneo Sporenburg in Amsterdam, and the futuristic installation Metacity-Datatown that has traveled around the world. In 1993, together with Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries, he founded the MVRDV studio (an acronym of the initials of the names of the three founders), which produces designs and studies in the fields of architecture, urban studies and landscape design. MVRDV has revealed the first images of Chengdu Sky Valley, the firmâs competition entry for the Future Science and Technology City in Southwest China.Fusing technology with â¦ By stacking the required programmatic entities, initially proposed for two separate plots, on top of each other, the two individual Vanke Group Headquarter buildings are turned into a Vanke Cityâ, says Winy Maas, principal and â¦ China. The design by Winy Maas for the Dutch Pavilion at Expo 2000 was a 40m high âVertical Landscape’. Project credits: Competition: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries with Wenchian Shi, Kyosuk Lee, Kai Wang, Ángel Sánchez Navarro, Jaewoo Lee, â¦ Serpentine Pavilion London: Project never completed, RIAS GOES DUTCH AT SCOTBUILD WITH WINY MAAS OF MVRDV, RIAS Annual Lecture 2003 – 28 Oct, SECC Glasgow. According to the embassy MVRDV knows how to evoke “enthusiasm for architecture with stakeholders and large audiences. They live in Rotterdam, Netherlands and have three sons. Images by MVRDV, Daria Scagliola & Stijn Brakkee, Poesia. Professor Winy Maas Ir. MVRDV Activities outside the Netherlands include a housing scheme for 100 units in Vienna, a 50,000m2 office development in Munich, a pavilion for an Art Triennial in Niigata, Japan, an art pavilion in MalmÃ¶, Sweden and a Mobility Park near Hamburg, Germany. He currently is visiting professor of architectural design at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is professor in architecture and urban design at the faculty of architecture, Delft University of Technology. We meet Winy Maas, one of the founders of MVRDV, at the studioâs new headquarters in Rotterdam. Key MVRDV Building – Gemini Housing, Denmark, Farmax by Winy Maas MVRDV at VPRO MetaCity/DataTown. Winy Maas was a finalist for the Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture in 2003 and won the Amsterdam Art Prize in 2004 with his project Hagen Island in The Hague. Winy Maasâ¦ Winy Maas to debate in the IABR, Rotterdam, 26th June 2016 14/06/2016 In the United States MVRDV works at the moment on a series of flood proof homes for the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, commissioned by the “Make it Right” Foundation, an initiative of actor Brad Pitt. The studio, alongside Utrechtâs exhibition, event, and conference centre Jaarbeurs, has released the design for a new, green-roof-topped Jaarbeurs venue , along with a masterplan for the surrounding neighbourhood. Architecture; Urbanism; Housing; Leisure; Mixed use; Culture; Public; Sustainability; NEXT  MVRDV Wins Competition to Design Vienna Tower The tower's hour-glass figure maximizes space on the top 20 floors and reduces the shadow effect of the bottom 10 floors. Winy Maas is one of the founding architects of Rotterdam based practice MVRDV. MVRDV Architects News Honorary Fellows selected in previous years include David Adjaye, UK, Stefan Behnisch, Germany, David Chipperfield, UK, and Dominique Perrault, France. Winy Maas is currently planning a university department building in Nijmegen, designing large buildings in Amsterdam and The Hague, handling the urban planning for a district of Almere, and preparing several publications about datascapes and manmade natural environments. Their daring projects distinguished by understanding of contemporary needs respect the demands of the present-day developments with flexibility and innovation in regards to the issues the modern metropolis faces. Based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, we have a global scope, providing solutions to contemporary architectural and urban issues in all regions of the world. Le Monolithe, a mixed-use building in Lyon was recently completed. Design Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries, Frans de Witte, Herman Gaarman, Arjen Ketting and Brygida Zawadzka PartnersEngineer: IMd, NLInstallations: Techniplan, NLContractor: Villabouw Mattone, NLGlass Façade: IFS Building Systems, NLInteriors: DK Projects, BE Casa Kwantes bases itself around the clientsâ desire for seclusion and privacy, whilst having a â¦ Find out all projects and works of Winy Maas on Archilovers. Home > Architects offices studios > Winy Maas MVRDV Architect, Netherlands, Winy Maas, Architect, MVRDV, Dutch Buildings, Photos, Book, Studio, News, Winy Maas receives France’s highest honor, WINY MAAS RECEIVES FRENCH LEGION OF HONOR. MVRDV designed the Dutch pavilion for Expo 2000 in Hanover, the Logrono Eco-City in Spain, the Gyre building in Tokyo and many others. He is professor at the Why Factory,  a research institute for the future city he founded in 2008 which is part of the Faculty of Architecture of the Delft University of Technology, http://www.holcimfoundation.org/T1157/WinyMaas.htm. Current projects in progress or on site include a University faculty in Nijmegen, large housing projects in Amsterdam and The Hague, an urban design for a part of Almere and forthcoming publications on Artificial Nature and Datascapes. The Order is the highest decoration in France and was in the past awarded to among others Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, Ingrid Betancourt and Robert Redford. Winy Maas Chevalier de la LÃ©gion d’Honneur image / infomration from MVRDV. In addition, he designs stage sets, objects and was the curator of Indesem 2007. Dutch Architect in Scotland : Winy Maas. âLike librarians in the mould of a contemporary Alexander von Humboldt, we have converted 1,800 species into images, a truly painstaking job. MVRDV was founded in 1993 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries. MVRDV News. Winy Maas was able to reassess the space around a central idea: revealing the spectacular volumes and shapes inherited from Haussmann in order to deliver a contemporary vision of a next-generation storeâ¦ Laurent Milchior, CEO, Etam Group. Winy Maas and Bertrand Schippan will present three MVRDV projects at the Forum of Urban Projects, 15th November 2016 25/10/2016 Winy Maas to give a lecture and open Vertical Village at the Vilnius Energy Museum, 25th October 2016 A principal of the Rotterdam firm MVRDV, Winy Maas is trained as a landscape architect, architect, and planner. Winy Maas gives his view on the need for and potential of visionary thinking in architecture and urbanism. Aug 19, 2016 - Explore V's board "Winy Maas" on Pinterest. Winy Maas is married to Mirjam Veldhuizen van Zanten. Better cities, pleasant work places, fantastic homes and great spaces to enjoy life, we find the best solution for every project in every situation by collecting data and parameters. MVRDVâ s entry, Shenzhen Terraces, has been selected from 27 projects as the winner in a competition to design a 101,300-square-metre mixed â¦ He founded MVRDV in 1993, together with Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries . Winy Maas is one of the founders of MVRDV, an office based in Rotterdam that produces designs and studies in the fields of architecture, urbanism and landscape design. We then systematically linked that to the arboretumâ, says Winy Maas, co-founder of MVRDV and also a member of the Floriade quality team. It is an honor awarded to international architects who have made significant contributions to the architectural profession, not only as an individual, but also to architecture and society on an international level. The project is led by MVRDV founding partner Winy Maas, who is also the founder of The Why Factory. Based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, we have a global scope, providing solutions to contemporary architectural and urban issues in all regions of the world. Gray interior was founded in 1993 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries. Wilhelmus "Winy" Maas (born 1959 in Schijndel) is a Dutch architect, landscape architect, professor and urbanist. Project Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries with . Ing. FRIBA HAIA is one of the co-founding directors of the globally operating architecture and urban planning firm MVRDV, based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, known for projects such as the Expo 2000 and the vision for greater Paris, Grand Paris Plus Petit. 1991 – Winy Maas co-founded MVRDV with Jacoiv van Rijs & Natalie de Vries – the ‘Office of Architecture and Urbanism’ in Rotterdam.