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The Department is delighted to announce that the General Board has elected Reinier de Graaf as the Sir Arthur Marshall Visiting Professor of Urban Design for 2018-19, assigned to the Department of Architecture

last modified Jul 16, 2018 11:59 AM

Reinier de GraffReinier de Graaf succeeds Patrick Keiller as the distinguished Visiting Professor from 1 October 2018.

Professor François Penz, Head of the Department of Architecture, writes:

Reinier is an eminent Dutch architect, architectural theorist, urbanist and writer with an international reputation. He is a partner in the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), where he leads projects in Europe, Russia and the Middle East. His recent built work includes the Timmerhuis, a mixed-use project in Rotterdam widely recognized for its innovation in ways of working and living, sustainability and cost efficiency; fashion brand G-Star Raw’s corporate and design headquarters in Amsterdam; and De Rotterdam, currently the largest building in the Netherlands.

Reinier is co-founder of OMA’s think tank AMO and currently a visiting professor in Architecture and Urban Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is the author of the book Four Walls and a Roof: The Complex Nature of a Simple Profession (Harvard University Press), named best architectural book of 2017 by both the Financial Times and the Guardian.

For the announcement of Reinier de Graaf's appointment on the OMA website visit: 

http://oma.eu/news/reinier-de-graaf-appointed-visiting-professor-at-the-university-of-cambridge

For more information visit:

http://oma.eu/partners/reinier-de-graaf

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