Paul de Ruiter Architects

Paul de Ruiter Architects

Paul de Ruiter (1962) founded his practice in 1994. He regularly lectures, writes articles for magazines, is part of the Programme Council of ARCAM and was until recently president of the foundation Living Daylights. Paul de Ruiter Architects is committed to various instances which pursue a sustainable society, is connected with The Green Case, participant of the Dutch Green Building Council, a member of the BNA, co-founder of the Transition Formula, founder of the DGBC Lab and sponsor of Vacancy of Business.

Paul de Ruiter Architects
The keywords innovation, sustainability, identity and interaction underlie the vision of Paul de Ruiter Architects. The office works on the assumption that through research and innovation, aesthetic buildings can be developed that is both sustainable and energy-efficient and healthy to stay at. The buildings are literally and figuratively energizing, and inspire and increase productivity: intelligent buildings that have an explicit influence on society.

Our office is located in a former steel workshop that we ourselves fully renovated and converted into a business complex in which several creative companies are located.

LOCATION: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
LEARN MORE: paulderuiter.nl