Jonathan Woodroffe

Amsterdam / Netherlands

0
Jonathan Woodroffe
Jonathan Woodroffe
Teams 1 teams

In 1997, Jonathan co-founded S333 Architecture + Urbanism in Amsterdam. He works freely between the disciplines of architecture and urban design and has over 22 years experience of working on large-scale urban and architectural projects. Jonathan has been director-in-charge of several award-winning projects for S333 Architecture + Urbanism. He was co-responsible for S333’s first completed project, Schots 1+2 in Groningen, which was voted the Best Building in Groningen in 2003 and shortlisted for the 2003 Mies van der Rohe Awards for Contemporary Architecture. Jonathan was also director-in-charge of Block 7+9, a mixed-use residential building in OMA’s masterplan for the centre of Almere, the Netherlands. The masterplan has won several international awards for its ingenious architectural approach including the NEPROM-prize 2007, the RESTORE Award 2008 and an ICSC MERIT Award 2008. Jonathan brings to the practice his extensive knowledge of Dutch construction systems, large scale planning and innovative housing design. Jonathan brings to the practice his extensive knowledge of Dutch construction systems, large scale planning and innovative housing design. He has been responsible for strategic regeneration plans, masterplans and large-scale urban visions in the UK, France, Spain, Norway, Latvia, USA, Russia, Kenya, Singapore and China. He is currently overseeing the development of the studio's portfolio of masterplans and residential projects in Kenya, Nigeria and Mozambique.

 As a member of INTA (International Urban Development Association) Jonathan has participated in INTA panels that have reviewed the future of the metropolis of Bordeaux, the redevelopment of La Reunion’s main port area and the organisation of NCTU’s new university campus in Taiwan. Jonathan teaches and lectures regularly. He is currently leading a master programme at the Bergen Architecture School researching urban intensification in the city and is contributing to the 2014 XXL Design and Research Workshop at the Technical University Delft.