Jo Coenen Architects Rotterdam

Jo Coenen & Co Architects, Holland, Building, Dutch Design Studio, House, JCCA Office, Project, Info

Jo Coenen – Dutch Architect : JCCA

Contemporary Dutch Architect Practice: Design Studio in The Netherlands, Europe

Jo Coenen Architect – Talk

Marc Koehler Architects – Open House Event, Amsterdam, Netherlands

26 Jun 11.00 – 17.00, debate 14.00-15.00, drinks 15.00

Celebrating arrival in new office space at Keizersgracht 126 in Amsterdam

Marc Koehler Architects exhibition
debate with neighbours – Pi de Bruijn, Jo Coenen, Rapp & Rapp and Thijs Asselbergs

Jo Coenen & Co Architekten – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Jo Coenen Architects, alphabetical:

Netherlands Architecture Institute – NAI, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Date built: 1993
Netherlands Architecture Institute by Jo Coenen Architect Netherlands Architecture Institute Rotterdam Netherlands Architecture Institute Building NAI Rotterdam NAI Building Rotterdam
images : A2 Studio
Netherlands Architecture Institute

Dance & Music Centre, Den Haag, Netherlands
Date built: 2010
Design: Jo Coenen & Co Architekten / ARCADIS Netherlands
Dance & Music Centre Den Haag : Dutch Building Contest

Library and gallery, Heerlen, Netherlands
Date built: 1986

Emerald Empire, Amsterdam, Netherlands – residential
Date built: 1997

Centre Céramique Library, Maastricht, Netherlands
Date built: 1999

Q 30 – Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin, Germany
Date built: 1999

Vesteda Tower, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Date built: 2006

More architecture design projects by Jo Coenen & Co Architects online soon

Location:Keizersgracht 126, Amsterdam, Holland

Jo Coenen & Co Architects – Practice Information

Jo Coenen & Co Architects studio based in Amsterdam + Maaatricht, Holland and in Milan, Italy

Jo Coenen : Dutch Architect Office

Dutch Architecture
Ziggo Dome Amsterdam
photos : Jannes Linders

Jo (born 30 September 1949, in Heerlen) is a Dutch architect and urban planner. He studied architecture at the Eindhoven University of Technology (graduating in 1975), and later held professorships at TU Karlsruhe, Eindhoven University of Technology and Delft University of Technology.

Between 2000 and 2004 Coenen was Chief Government Architect of the Netherlands (Rijksbouwmeester). In 1995 he won the BNA Kubus award. He is honorary member of the Association of German Architects (BDA).
source: wikipedia

Jo Coenen (Heerlen 1949) graduated in architecture & urban planning from the department of architecture of Eindhoven University of Technology in 1975. Following his studies, he worked until 1979 as a research assistant at the same university and established important professional relationships Europe-wide with Prof O.M. Ungers in Cologne, Prof Rob Krier in Vienna, Prof Luigi Snozzi who was then a professor at the EPFL Lausanne, and Prof James Stirling at the Staatliche Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf, among others. In 1979, before starting his own practice in Eindhoven in 1980, he worked on the new building of the Faculty of Letters in Amsterdam under Prof Aldo van Eyck and the architect Theo Bosch. After 10 years, he moved his operation to Maastricht to work on the Céramique master plan. After another 10 years, he opened a branch in Berlin to design the residence of the Dutch ambassador and to work on the Gendarmenmarkt project. This was followed other studios in Luxembourg (2002), Amsterdam (2002), Milan (2007) and finally Bern (2012).

Since the start of his academic career, Coenen has taught at various national and international colleges and universities (Aken, Karlsruhe, Lausanne, Milan and Delft ) In 1987, he was appointed Ordentlicher Professor Gebaüdelehre und Entwerfen at Karlsruhe University of Technology, of which he has been an honorary professor since 1995. In 2001, in the Netherlands, he was appointed professor of Public Building in the department of architecture at Delft University of Technology.

Jo Coenen : Amsterdam Architect Studio

Dutch Buildings

Architect Studios

Comments / photos for the Jo Coenen & Co Architects page welcome

Jo Coenen Architect – page

Website :

Website: Building