about

About

DUS was founded in 2004 by its three partners, out of the desire to re-connect architecture with the public. The experienced office currently consists of 15 employees and a large team of experts, who work on large-scale projects such as the re-design of 70.000 m2 piers and gates at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, large urban strategies, architecture and retail projects. It has received international acclaim for its innovative designs such as the Worlds’ largest interactive light design for the KapellBrücke in Luzern, a temporary building for the Dutch EU presidency, a unique 3D printed bottle for Chanel and as initiators of the 3D Print Canal House. DUS has won several awards, including the prestigious Amsterdam Awards for the Arts 2011 and SEA Global sustainability Award 2014, next to Barack Obama. Its research on digital fabrication techniques is continued in a new firm, Aectual, with the mission to bring tailor-made architecture to the masses.

Hans Vermeulen

Co founder

Hedwig Heinsman

Co founder

Martine de Wit

Co founder

Inara Nevskaya

Architect

Martijn van Wijk

Architect

Ivo Toplak

Graphic designer

Agnieszka Nowak

Junior architect

Alessandro Giacomelli

Junior architect

Onur Can Tepe

Architect

Boh Learn Toh

Community Manager

Former employees

DUS members: Antoine van Erp, Annette van Baren, Perrine Planche, Thijs van der Lely, Merijn Verduyn, Joe Platt, Sven de Haan, Ina Cheibas, Floortje van Sandick, Bo van Niekerk, Pacome de Rusunan, Tosja Backer, Nathalie Swords, Weronika Siwiec, Foteini Setaki, Peter Hudac, Katharina Wienen, Shane Dalke, Henry Lascelles, Andrei Jipa, Tomos Owen, Yuri Juliao, Brian Peters, Jan Haeck, Justina Ragaiste, Rob Appels, Stan van der Maas, Jesse De Bosch-Kemper, Charlotte Janssen, Ninja Zurheide, Laura de Graaff, Geoff (Kees) Thompson, Maja Gesar, Quentin Perchet, Nanna Jee Lind Eriksen, Tom Tjon A Loi, Mahtab Akhavan, Karlien van Leeuwen, Arminas Sadzevicivs, Matt Slattery, Guillaume Buton