Dijkstra is founder and design principal of the Rotterdam based office Maxwan architects+urbanists. He recently ended his term as Dutch State Advisor for Infrastructure and City and for a year now holds a chair on the Urbanism department of the Architecture Department of the TU Delft.

Maxwan architects+urbanists are highly successful abroad. They have won or ended up as finalists for numerous competitions for prestigious developments such as IFC Moscow, Skolkova Gardens Moscow, Moscow Riverzone, Basel City Center and Mechelen Boulevard.

As supervisor Rients Dijkstra attended various national and international projects like the development of the Rotterdam and Leiden Central Station Areas, Barking Riverside Project London or the Green Singel Antwerp

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Master students of the architecure, Urbanism and landscpae architecture programmes exhibit thier final year work as part of their 2016 graduation show.

Prizes for the best work and nominations to the national Archiprix NL awards will be annouced at the closing ceremony on Sunday the 6th of November.

After internationally acclaimed projects in London, Jalisco (Mexico) and Jinhua (China), Christ & Gantenbein continues to cement its reputation at home and abroad with numerous museum concepts—many winners in prestigious international competitions—as well as a broad range of private and public commissions. Among the designs most recently realised number an extension to Kunstmuseum Basel, the renovation of and extension to the Swiss National Museum in Zurich and, on the outskirts of Basel, an office and housing tower, and a R&D customer centre. Currently on the drawing board are housing schemes in France and Germany and an extension to the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne.

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