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Rudy Uytenhaak (1949) studied architecture and urban development at Eindhoven University of Technology, and founded the Rudy Uytenhaak Architecture Bureau in 1980. He was professor of architecture and urban development at Eindhoven University of Technology from 1990 to 1993, and professor of architectural design at Delft University of Technology from 2003 to 2006. His work has been nominated for numerous awards, and has won the Concrete Award (1991), the Wibaut Award (1993), the Apeldoorn Architecture Award (1995), the Zuiderkerk Award (1999), the Sustainability theme award for the Architect of the Year (2007) and the Architect of the Year Award (2008), among others.
Rudy Uytenhaak is the author of the successful book ‘Cities Filled With Space’ (2007), and regularly gives lectures in the Netherlands and abroad. His work has also been exhibited in numerous venues, and published many times in national and international journals and books. A section of the series ‘Monographs of Dutch Architects’ from 010 Publishers and an Arcam handbook were wholly devoted to his work.