Rademacher de Vries is a design and research office that focuses on architecture, the city and the urban environment. Through building, teaching and exhibiting we seek to produce relevant spatial insights that are rooted in a self-conscious understanding of our discipline and culture.
Our design methodology is characterized by a research driven approach that investigates projects through the perspective of different scales, cultural transformations and technological innovations. In close collaboration with our clients, we apply this design method to overcome disciplinary boundaries and actively engage in societal challenges.
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David Rademacher, Christopher de Vries, Jesse van der Ploeg (NL), Isaac Vaarzon Morel (NL), Türker Naci Şaylan (TR), Pieter Oosterheert (NL), Timmy Huang (CH),
Susanne van de Pol (NL), Lujia Xu (PRC), Zari van de Merwe (ES), Alexandra Mümmler (DE), Ming Au (PRC)
David Rademacher (1984) graduated as an architect at the ETH-Zurich in 2011 and received his bachelor degree from the Delft University of Technology. During his studies he worked for Jo Coenen Architects and Workshop Vincent de Rijk. In the period 2011 – 2015 he worked for Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten and as a lecturer and researcher at the chair of prof. Vogt for landscape architecture at the ETH in Zurich. In 2014 he set up the Rademacher de Vries Architects office together with Christopher de Vries. Since then he has taught at the Berlage Institute, Center of Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban design and at the Academy for Architecture in Rotterdam and Tilburg.
Christopher de Vries (1985) graduated as an architect at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2011 and received his bachelor degree from the Delft University of Technology. During his studies he worked for West 8 and Jo Coenen Architects. In the US he was part of the Harvard GSD: New Geographies Lab and later worked at OPSYS Landscape Infrastructure. During his studies, he founded two research groups that examined contemporary issues of urbanization: Urban Emergencies and the European Infrastructure Lab. Between 2012 and 2014 he worked at ZUS in Rotterdam, after which he taught at the Delft University of Technology and in 2018 started as a research fellow at Future Urban Regions.
2018 Erfgoed en Energie
2017 Jaarboek Blauwe Kamer
2017 Jaarboek Architectuur
2016 Cross Overworks
2014 Monu Magazine
2014 A10 Magazine
2017 ENCI lookout platform was finalist for Victor de Stuers price
2008 ENCI-quarry wins green prize award