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Katja Hogenboom is an architect, PhD researcher, teacher, writer and photographer. Currently she is working as a PhD researcher at the KTH School of Architecture in Stockholm. After her architecture studies, and a short career at the office of Beth Galí in Spain, she became project architect in a small office in the Netherlands. She was in charge of the design and realization of housing and public buildings (among them regional police headquarters).

After being a project architect for seven years she started (with a grant from the cultural fund in the Netherlands) her own practice in 2008; developing a practice where research, teaching and the practice of architecture form an integrated whole. She worked as an independent architect in charge of the redesign of the interior of the university library in the city of Leiden, and designed a temporary exhibition for the Dutch Parliament on the digitalization of political documents.

Besides doing architectural design and research on the Open Work in Latin American architecture (studying the architecture of Raoul Villanueva and for instance Urban Think Tank in Caracas) she worked two years for the state architect of the Netherlands setting up educational programs, doing research and curating work. She organized and curated master classes and was in charge, as chief editor, of a publication that documented the professional education of young architects who; besides doing work in Dutch offices where on the outlook for ideals in architecture.

In 2010 Katja Hogenboom studio moved to Umeå, Sweden, where she started to work as an education developer and teacher in the second year bachelors at the Umeå school of Architecture at the Umeå University. In 2011 she started her PhD research with the title; ‘AND/Other / The Possibility of Emancipating Architecture’.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Naaldwijk

Alphen a/d Rijn

Zuidplein

PROJECTS

Huygens centrum

Special collections

EXHIBITIONS

Open Work

COMPETITIONS

Prix de Rome

Onorthodocks

PUBLICATIONS

Magazines

WRITINGS

Books

Articles

Interviews

Pecha Kucha

RESEARCH

Poble Nou

Follydock

ARCHITECTURE

Le Corbusier

CITIES

Berlin

EXHIBITIONS

Venice biennale 2009

LANDSCAPE

Afrika

SERIES

Architects a.o.

PUBLICATIONS

Photobooks

Mies van der Rohe

OMA

Scharoun

Villanueva

Caracas

Dubrovnic

Houston

London

Roma

Rotterdam

Venice

Vienna

Australia

Azia

Europe

Latin America

a Selection

a Selection

Interiors

Music bands

Portraits

Fashion

Street

Magazines

USA

PHOTOGRAPHY

Katja Hogenboom studio

architecture & photography

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architecture & photography

CONTACT

CV

BIOGRAPHY

Masterclass Transvaal

Russian Centre Russkiy Mir

Staten-Generaal Digitaal

eerste verdieping

Asian Library

studie transformatie