Juliette Bekkering is founder and director of Juliette Bekkering Architects (Formerly Bekkering Adams Architects). Since January 2013 she is chair professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/E), leading the Chair of Architectural Design and Engineering at the faculty of the Built Environment.

She graduated in 1989 with honours at the architectural department of Delft Technical University in the Netherlands. In 1993 she finalized a post-graduate education in Urban Design at Barcelona Polytechnic University.

From 1989 untill 1997 she worked at several renowned architectural offices, including OMA and collaborated in 1995 with Neutelings Riedijk architecten, working as an associate project architect on, amongst other, the Maastricht and Breda Fire station. In 1997 she established her own office, ir. Juliette Bekkering Architecten in Rotterdam. From 2005-2019 she worked in collaboration with Monica Adams,  under the name of Bekkering Adams Architects.

In 2020 she founded Juliette Bekkering Architecten.

Juliette Bekkering is chair Professor at the Technical University Eindhoven.

She is member of the supervisory board of The New Institute (Netherlands Institute for Architecture, Design and Digital Culture).

She teaches and lectures at various national and international architectural institutes and universities such as the Aachen Technical University (RWTH) in  Germany, Delft Technical University and has worked as guest professor in Architecture and Urbanism at the Technical University of  Prague. She acts as advisor in different Quality and Advisory teams and is frequently asked to participate in jurys, debates, master classes and workshops. Her projects and articles have been widely published in national and international reviews.




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