Hans de Jonge awarded with Hudig Medal
Hans de Jonge (MBE) received the medal for his work towards expanding the professional field of public housing and town planning with building, project, and area development, and his attention for the management and exploitation phases of the building process.
Every five years, the Hudig Medal is awarded to someone who has contributed extraordinary to public housing and town planning in the Netherlands. Hans de Jonge contributed to the field by creating an academic and scientific foundation for the process of designing and developing buildings, projects, and areas. He paved the way towards a broader education and profession, in which real estate is not solely focused on finance and the creation of a product, but on the creation of quality.
Read more in this interview with professor Ellen van Bueren (Dutch only).