Jeroen Schipper (1966) studied architecture and urban planning at the Eindhoven University of Technology, graduating in 1990. His final project was nominated for the Archiprix (best National graduation project) in 1991. Following his studies Jeroen worked for 3 years at Mecanoo Architects in Delft and in 1994 he was awarded a grant by the Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture in Amsterdam. In 1995 Jeroen founded JSA (Jeroen Schipper Architecten) in Rotterdam, working on a variety of projects since. Urban planner Stijnie Lohof joined JSA as a partner in 2006. In 2010 Jeroen founded Orange architects, together with Michiel Hofman (until 2016) and Patrick Meijers, as an architectural office for projects abroad. Orange architects’ first realized project - the Cube in Beirut – was awarded in 2016 with the CTBUH award for best high rise in the Middle East and Africa region. Jeroen was a member of local Committees for Buildings and Monuments; in Rotterdam (2004-2010) and as a chairman in Amsterdam (2012-2016). Since 1990, he has taught at different architecture schools in the Netherlands and gave numerous lectures both in the Netherlands and abroad. AWARDS: CTBUH 2016 Tall Building Award for Middle East & Africa region 2016 WAN Awards - shortlist

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