Form & Modelling Studies
Peter Koorstra graduated cum laude at the Academy for Industial Design in Eindhoven in 1981. Since then, he has worked as a designer and as an artist, joining the office of the Dutch Government Architect as an advisor from 1987 until 1992. He has worked for several governmental institutes and municipalities in the Netherlands as advisor in arts. In 1998 he founded Cucinacosta, a design office for furniture and kitchen design. He is assistant professor at the Form & Modelling Studies Group. He joined the Form & Modelling group in 2006 and became head of Modelling Studies in 2012. As Assistant Professor he is now responsible for the Form, Modelling & Drawing Studies group. In 2017 he was also appointed as Coordinator of the Master Track Architecture.
|Ir. Mieke Vink|
|Ir. Lianne Klitsie|
Lianne Klitsie graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Delft in 2016. She has worked as an architect at a large architecture office within the public buildings department. While working she studied Film Directing at the Amsterdam Filmschool in 2018 to explore storytelling, composition and movement through the medium of short film. In 2020 she founded instill studio - a Rotterdam based practice in architecture and film, from the desire to initiate more collaborative projects with other artistic disciplines. Lianne joined the Form & Modelling Studies group in 2021 as a part time teacher in the Bachelor. Besides teaching she is head of the photofilm lab. A reborn initiative that provides photography and film workshops and facilities for students.
|Ir. Wing Yung|
During her studies and after graduating from the TU Delft in 2013, Wing worked on models and visualisations for architecture related exhibitions. She gained experience in the architecture field first at de Kort van Schaik and later at Maccreanor Lavington Archtects. She worked on medium to large scale housing projects in the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK. Wing is part of the Form Studies group since 2017, for which she shares the same passion to educate a design process with a strong emphasis on the interplay between physical models and design development.
Lastly, for the project WYNG and her own wardrobe, Wing uses her background in architecture to create high level garments within the slow fashion movement.
|Elise van Dooren|
After obtaining her Master's degree in Architecture at Delft University of Technology, Elise van Dooren worked in practice for about ten years, as a freelancer and with a partner. Almost immediately after her studies, she also started teaching. First as a guest lecturer, later as a faculty member in a variety of educational projects and roles, such as coordinator, chair of the education board and educational developer and advisor.
Enjoying teaching design and fascinated by the question of how to teach, she started doing research, which resulted in a PhD. She developed courses for students and teachers on design didactics in which she is also involved as a teacher (TU Delft, Academies in Groningen and Tilburg, Technasium).
|Hans van der Pas|
Hans van der Pas studied fine arts at Gerrit Rietveld Academy Amsterdam. After graduating in 1987 he had several exhibitions in the Netherlands and Germany. In addition to work in the visual arts he developed activities as a curator for the cultural centre of the VU-University. In 2004 he made a series of spatial works for the public space commissioned by the municipality of Amsterdam. Van der Pas has 22 year experience as a teacher, giving drawing lessons and workshops at various institutes in the Netherlands and India. He is a guest teacher for the minor program and the morphology studies at the Academy of Architecture since 2011.
In 2014 Hans van der Pas started his position as a teacher of hand drawing at the TU Delft.
After graduating in conceptual design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2007, Georg Bohle worked as a designer for furniture and projects in the public space for the design studio Makkink & Bey in Rotterdam (2007-2010)
Since the fall of 2010 his main occupation is drawing. Georg Bohle works on drawings of imaginary cityscapes and landscapes that are shown regularly in the Netherlands and abroad. Bohle’s career includes “Artist in residence stays” in Tokyo (2011), Prague (2013) and the Rocky Mountains (2014), as well as the ‘Maaskant getekend’ exhibition in the Kunsthal (2018) and stipends from the Mondriaan Foundation.
From 2014 until 2018 Georg Bohle teached at the Academie voor Bouwkunst in Amsterdam. Since 2014 he teaches drawing at the TU Delft.
Kristjan Kaltenbach works as an architect in Rotterdam. From 1990-92 work for an environmental groep, BUND-Deutschland and architectual photographer Dirk Altenkirch, Karlsruhe.
Studied at TU Delft between 1992-99 and from 1995 student assistent Handtekenen, section media. In 1999 started as architect for a period of ten years at EEA-architects with projects like Oosterdokseiland, urban plan Amsterdam, Stadsschouwburg Haarlem, theater, and housingproject Hafencity Hamburg.
Starting own office K2A2 architecten in Rotterdam and Freiburg in 2009 with projects in housing, education, landscape and renovation.