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Atelier Robidoux is a Rotterdam based architectural firm founded in 2011 by Eve Robidoux . For the past 20 years, Eve builded up a large professional expertise in integrating architecture and landscape architecture to create sustainable spaces. Eve is involved in a wide range of architectural commitment and realization of urban spaces, parks, public buildings, private homes, interiors and renovations.  In 2004, she won the Grand Price for the international design competition Chi-Chi Earthquake Memorial in Taiwan (realized in 2008). In 2012, she won a First Price competition for the urban renewal of Pole Quartier Latin  in Montreal, Canada. Beside her dedication for architecture, I have been involved in the urban research Rotterdam Woont (published in 2016).  She has been advising private clients for housing transformation in The Netherlands.  Currently, she is teacher at the architecture faculty of TU Delft. Atelier Robidoux advices private and business clients.  Her services are available in Dutch, English and French.

werkervaring

2012/2015 Senior architect KCAP Architects&Planners b.v., Rotterdam, Nederland
2005/2011 Project architect Mecanoo architecten b.v., Delft, Nederland
2002/2004 Project architect West 8 urban design & landscape architecture b.v., Rotterdam, Nederland

personal

2016/… Start Atelier Robidoux 1994/2001 Ecole d’architecture, Faculté d’aménagement, Université de Montréal, Canada
1998/1999 Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Lyon, France

samenwerking

Volkerwessels, SIG, Gemeente Ouder-amstel, Staatbosbeheer, Gemeente Raamsdonkveer, Gemeente Uithoorn, Ville de Montreal, Transformatorhuis, APPM, COUP BV, Lunatech Labs, TU Delft, Willem de Kooning Academy. Stichting Rotterdam Woont.  Architects: H.J. Scholtens, Maxime Gagné, Arman Akdogan, Iris de Kievith. Landscape architects: Tsai Her Cheng, Yoonjin Park/Yuni Kim. Photography: Christian van der Kooy, Cleo Mulder. Contractors: INTOS, M’Art, Klusburo Wijk11, 010BOUW, InstarBOUW, Hoogwerff BV, Refitters. Constructie: ATKO engineering, Quinten Wildeboer.