ir. Noordhoek, E.J.L.
Eliza Noordhoek graduated at Industrial Design Engineering in 2006 with Bruno Ninaber van Eyben as her professor. A year later she joined his design studio in Delft to be involved in all different facets of the design practice; from prototyping to production. She developed her skills on crafts, form giving, graphical design and industrial production.
From the 'traditional making' she shifted her work field to the 'new making'; in 2016 she joined the team of start-up '3D Robot Printing' to create a company that works on manufacturing 4.0. How can new production techniques like robotic 3D printing change the industrial world of design and production? Not only new kinds of products will emerge. The way we design and produce, the way companies work, will change in the future.
As a teacher of practice, her goal is to coach students to be prepared for the real world as a industrial designer.
- 1998 – 2006
MSc. Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Exchange student at the Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
- 2016 – present
Teacher of practice, Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
- 2016 – present
Part of start-up 3D Robot Printing, a company on manufacturing 4.0
- 2011 – 2016
Designer at De Bende, designers & builders collective, working with recycled materials
- 2007 – 2015
Designer at Studio Ninaber Design & Production, Delft
- 2006 – present
For example at a project on bamboo in India, for the organisation Dutch Design in Development
Internship in Cochabamba, Bolivia; design project on working with waste wood in a reintegration workshop
Field of research / specialisation
Large 3D printing, prototyping, form giving & crafts, manufacturing 4.0
Lectures and/or coaches students on
Product Ontwerpen 1 en 2, Zen and the art of design, Advanced Embodiment Design, Graduation Projects