Atelier Robidoux is a Rotterdam based architectural firm founded in 2011 by Eve Robidoux and Harm Scholtens. After a long career in architecture and urbanism they complement their broad experience in a fruitfull manner.  A succesfull combination of creativity and craftsmanship for quality results.


M.arch. Eve Robidoux

Trained in Canada and in France as an architect, I builded up a large professional expertise in integrating architecture and landscape architecture to create sustainable spaces.

I am involved in a wide range of architectural commitment and realization of urban spaces, parks, public buildings, private homes, interiors and renovations.  In 2004, I won the Grand Price for the international design competition Chi-Chi Earthquake Memorial in Taiwan (realized in 2008). In 2012, I won a First Price competition for the urban renewal of Pole Quartier Latin  in Montreal, Canada.

Beside my dedication for architecture, I have been involved in the urban research Rotterdam Woont (published in 2016).  Sinds 15 years, I have been advising private clients for housing transformation in The Netherlands.  Currently, I’m a guest teacher at Willem de Kooning academie and at the architecture faculty of TU Delft.

Atelier Robidoux advices private and business clients.  My services are available in Dutch, English and French.

atelier@everobidoux.nl | +31 6 3621 6396  | kvk 67148638



Ir. Harm Scholtens

Graduated in 1995 from the Technical University of Delft, I followed up my career as an independent Architect and modelmaker. As such I contributed to a great number of projects of leading architecture firms in Rotterdam in a wide variety of scales. For Atelier Robidoux I am mainly responsible for the execution phase as I see buildings as “1:1 models in which the functional and spatial qualities are in Harmony with the logic of construction. Build with beautiful, sustainable  future proof materials in a way to call: The art of arrangement.”

I am both technical and art oriented. I believe that true architecture needs mixing those two “worlds” Therefore  I am teaching architectural design at the TU Delft (since 1997) and at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam (since 2006)

Last years I  profited my craft experience to develop custom made LED light fixtures, cardboard acoustic panels, and key board key walls.

h.j.scholtens@tudelft.nl | +31 6 4032 7615