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Eline Degenaar (1990) currently works at Heren 5 architecten in Amsterdam as well practice independently developing small-scale residential projects in the Netherlands. She has previously worked for Kraaijvanger Architects, Atelier van Berlo, Studio Maarten van Kesteren and Braaksma en Roos. She studied Architecture at the Technical University of Delft and the Technical University of Berlin.


Her interest in architecture started at a young age. As a child she moved six times. Every time the buildings function changed. Centuries old warehouses, farms, offices; all changed to her new home. This has given her a fascination for the question how it is possible that such old buildings could remain in use for centuries. To be well equipped for today’s sustainable tasks, insight into this area is necessary. It has to do with the flexibility of the plan, the properties of the materials used, the location but for sure also with beauty. It is crucial as an architect to design buildings that give people a rich experience that they love to store in their memory. After all, a building that is loved will have less chance of being demolished.







Peter Canisius (1988) currently works at Studioninedots in Amsterdam as well practice independently developing small-scale residential projects in the Netherlands. He has previously worked for EM2N in Switzerland and in the Netherlands he worked for Chris Collaris, Atelier van Berlo, OZ Architect and Paul de Ruiter. As a result, he has experience with many different projects in all scales. At OZ Architect, Peter worked on the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Amsterdam, at Atelier van Berlo on a large residential tower, at EM2N on a building for the University of Zurich and for Chris Collaris on many private homes. Peter Canisius studied at TU Delft and the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam.