education

Technical University Delft,

faculty of architecture, master, 2013, with honours


University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam,

faculty of architecture, bachelor, 2011


work

architect, august 2013 - present

architectural office cepezed, Delft, NL



owner of jvdharchitecture, july 2010 - present

Delft, NL



freelance assistant designer, february 2012 - august 2013

architectural office VDHDW, Heerlen, NL



parttime assistant designer, february 2010 - february 2013

architectural office cepezed, Delft, NL



internship, july 2009 - february 2010

architectural office cepezed, Delft, NL



internship, july 2008 - september 2008

engineering office HeRoCon, Mijdrecht, NL


jvdharchitecture.nl shows the work of Job van den Heuvel (Maastricht, 1986). Job works as an architect at the architectural office cepezed and graduated with honours in june 2013 at the Technical University of Delft.


During his bachelor he did an internship at architectural office cepezed in Delft and worked part-time next to his study at this office for three years. He worked on multiple tenders and preliminary designs. In productdesign he was involved in the development of the NEXT active facades (a decentralized facade-integrated building service concept) and the development of catalogus 3, the work of cepezed.


During his bridging semester at the Technical University Delft he received in January 2011 the first prize for his design of a multifunctional preliminary school in the Jordaan, Amsterdam. The project was exhibited at six regional conferences called ‘bouwen voor kinderen’ (build for children) of Netwerkbureau Kinderopvang, and published in the book ‘de transformatie van het schoolgebouw’.


Job received his bachelor degree after graduating together with Milan Seegers at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam with the project touchdown highrise, which was reviewed a nine and finalist at the national Vitae Build Talent Award 2011.


Together with Ignas Kalinauskas, Job graduated with honours his master at the Technical University of Delft. The project the bold line won the first prize at the Dutch Student Steel Award 2013 and got nominated for the archiprix at the Technical University of Delft. The project has been published on different websites and magazines.