Paul Stavert (1980, The Netherlands) is a partner at Powerhouse Company. He is mainly responsible for acquiring and designing developer-initiated projects on inner city locations.
Paul is interested in creating value and architectural quality within the laws of economics that control commercial real estate development. He is responsible for the design development and project management of a large number of projects, including: KJ-Plein, a 50.000 m2 mixed-use project in the city centre of The Hague; the Amstel Tower, with housing and hotel in Amsterdam; District-E, consisting of three high rise towers in the centre of Eindhoven with 80.000m2 of housing, office, retail and hotel; the refurbishment of 'Loon Shopping Centre’; The Pavilion office building in Amsterdam and various housing projects, hotels and office interiors in Europe.
Paul studied architecture at the Faculty of Building Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (NL), where he received his Master of Science in Architecture, Building and Planning in 2007. From 2003 until2008, during and after his studies, Paul worked as self employed architect on single family homes, renovations, extensions and office interiors. Between 2008 and 2011 he joined Amsterdam-based practice SeARCH to gain experience in designing and managing large scale commercial projects. Before joining Powerhouse in 2012 Paul worked on a high end residential project with Erick van Egeraat and worked in New York on a high end office interior with Rietveld Architects.