In this episode of Life Cycles, Winka Dubbeldam and Frederique meet at Inscape meditation space- a self-regulating oxygen dome. Winka Dubbeldam is a Dutch architect, the Partner of Archi-Tectonics, and the Miller Professor and Chair of Weitzman Architecture, University of Pennsylvania. The two Dutchwomen make their way to Tribeca to see some of Winka's recent projects in New York City which beautifully integrate the old and new NYC into clean easy living spaces.
25:05 | 2021
A practicing Dutch architect, founder, and principal Partner of the New York firm, Archi-Tectonics is Winka Dubbeldam. She is widely known for her award-winning work and recognized as much for its use of hybrid sustainable materials and smart building systems as it is for its elegance and innovative structures. Archi-Tectonics' work ranges from residential to commercial, from real to virtual, and is realized in urban designs, architectural designs, and installations. Recent projects include the V33 building, the Brewster Building, and the Chelsea Townhouse (all in New York City); the Ports1961 flagship retail stores in Paris, London and Shanghai; and the American Loft Building, Philadelphia. Winka Dubbeldam is also a seasoned academic and design leader, serving as Chair and Miller Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design, where she has gathered an international network of innovative research and design professionals. (sources: Madam Architect, Weitzman School of Design: Winka Dubbeldam)