Maarten Diederix (1988, The Netherlands) is an architect at Powerhouse Company. Before joining the practice Maarten received his undergraduate degree in Architecture from TU Delft in 2012, and his master’s degree from the same university in 2015, graduating from the Complex Projects studio.
Between 2012 and 2013 Maarten worked for Powerhouse Company as an intern. During his internship he was involved in several competitions including the Assen Station project and Bediencentrale in Amerongen. After completing his studies, Maarten rejoined Powerhouse Company as an architect in 2015.
Maarten is now mainly involved in design and works on a broad range of projects, varying from interior design to large scale housing. Within this range of work, Maarten is interested in making contextual and elegant design proposals. He has also contributed to several competition winning schemes including the Asics EMEA & Benelux Headquarters, KJ-Plein, Merckt and District-E.