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 Archi-Tectonics’ work ranges from residential to commercial, from real to virtual and is realized in urban designs, architectures, and installations. Publications: along with the two Monographs, “Winka Dubbeldam, Architect” [1996, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam], AT-INdex [2007, Princeton Press, NYC], and “Archi-Tectonics”, a new Monograph by DAAB, Germany [March 2011]. The work has been published in a large number of International Periodicals. Current projects under construction are: the 9-story residential Vestry building in Tribeca, NYC, the American Loft tower and a GHM hotel/residences tower in the center of Philadelphia, and a large retail / green area in the city center of Brussels, Belgium. Winka received the “Emerging Voice” award [2001], and AT was the award winner in the  IIDA/Metropolis Smart Environments Award [2006].

Winka Dubbeldam, Principal // Winka Dubbeldam is the principal of Archi-Tectonics NY, founded in 1994 and Archi-Tectonics NL, founded in 1997. Dubbeldam is a graduate of the Academy of Architecture in Rotterdam [1990], and received a Degree of Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, NYC in 1992. She has lectured extensively and taught at the Masters Programs of Columbia University, NYC and Harvard University, Cambridge and currently holds the position of Director of the PP@PD, the Post-Professional Program at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. She has also served as juror in design competitions among which the AIA and the Architecture League, NY, as well as in a multiplicity of reviews at International Architecture Schools. Winka is also an external examiner for the RIBA/ARB at the Architectural Association, London, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Institute for Urban Design, NYC.

Rob Van Houten, Director of the Dutch Office // Archi-Tectonics NL, the Dutch office of Archi-Tectonics is led by Rob van Houten. He has daily control and is the daily contact for projects in the Netherlands. Rob was, in 1995, the first employee of Archi-Tectonics and since then has been employed at several offices in the Netherlands. In 1997, he earned a Master of Science in architecture and Construction Technology from the Technical University of Delft, and became its nominee for the Archiprix in 1998. He spent 11 years at Cie Architects, where he worked as a senior architect, and was the project architect for several public buildings such as the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and the Podium de Vorstin in Hilversum. Moreover he was the project architect for several residential projects, including a residential tower of 124 meters in Eindhoven, as well as office buildings and several competitions. Rob van Houten is a registered architect in the Dutch architect register and has, as a self-employed architect, realized several works and won prizes, including one for pavilions in Rotterdam.

David Barr, Design Director // David received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Masters of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). He has been with Archi-Tectonics since 2007, serving as project manager for several residential, commercial and retail interiors and buildings. Prior to Archi-Tectonics he worked for offices including Smith Group, Lippincott Mercer, and Michael McInturf Architects where he gained experience in institutional buildings and branding strategies. His work at Archi-Tectonics is focused on integrating 3d technologies and design with modern fabrication and construction techniques.