Open lecture: Wessel de Jonge

Kaupunkisuunnitteluvirasto, Kansakoulunkatu 3, Helsinki 6.2.2017 18.00 - 20.00

Wessel de Jonge Professor, TU Delft

• Principle Wessel de Jonge architects BNA BV, Rotterdam
• Chair Heritage & Design, Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment, TU Delft
• Co-Founder DOCOMOMO International

Wessel de Jonge (1957) graduated in architecture from TU Delft, the Netherlands. As a practicing architect, his portfolio includes the restorations of the Netherlands Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (G. Rietveld, 1953) and the former Sanatorium ‘Zonnestraal’ in Hilversum (Duiker & Bijvoet, 1926-31), as well as the rehabilitation of the Van Nelle Factory in Rotterdam (Brinkman & Van der Vlugt, 1926-30). He is partner in the design team for the restoration and adaptation of the 1938 Olympic Stadium in Helsinki. Since 2015 he is full professor in Heritage & Design at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft.

Please come on time, the doors will be closed at 18.00.

Open lecture: Wessel de Jonge
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