Owen Slootweg


“Owen began his career as an architect at Oosterhuis Lenard where he designed and engineered complex shapes. During his studies, at TU Delft, he completed Virtual TU Delft. This was an online interactive 3D model of the TU Delft campus. At the department Hyperbody, faculty of architecture he did research on real-time BIM. Also, he was a teacher of Msc students at the faculty of architecture. From 2011 to 2016 he worked for Cepezed as an architect and BIM manager.

Owen has worked on several projects. They include:

CET multi-event centre in Budapest, Hungary;
Student design for a CNC fabricated pavilion, Nanjing, China;
Mockup for Protospace, research in building with CNC fabricated EPS;
Regionaal Topklinisch Interventie Centrum Heerhugowaard for MCA hospital.
Owen was editor of the bookzine iA#3: Emotive Styling. He engineered the design that was in the Revit 2010 splashscreen and was nominated for the Archiprix.”

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COVID-19 Update

20th May 2020

DBEI has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation around the world. While some parts of our society are beginning to open in baby-steps, none of us know how the situation will develop over the coming months. As such, DBEI has now made the decision to postpone all our 2020 events to 2021 as the well-being of all our partners and participants in our events remains our utmost priority. For new details on each region please visit our event pages. We have also sent communications to all registered attendees, speakers or sponsors for all of our 2020 events.

In the interim, DBEI will be launching several exciting virtual events and webinars in 2020 to continue to deliver the same expertise, insights and knowledge to the AEC industry during these uncertain times. We also have some other exciting initiatives we are working on to continue to provide value to our community, which we look forward to sharing with you all shortly.

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