Remko van der Vorm (1986, The Netherlands) joined Powerhouse Company as an architect in 2017. He received his master’s degree in Architecture from TU Delft in 2012. Prior to that, Remko received his undergraduate degree from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences in 2009 and worked on several projects abroad during his studies. His master’s thesis project was nominated for the highly-regarded Archiprix.
Before joining Powerhouse Company, Remko has gained experience working in many architecture practices in the Netherlands. He worked as an intern for one and a half year at studioSK in Utrecht, where he mainly worked on station buildings, transport hubs and other infrastructure-related projects. Following his internship, Remko moved to the Amsterdam-based firm Felix Claus Dick Van Wageningen Architecten, where he contributed to several large-scale projects including the Spuikwartier development area in The Hague and the governmental RIVM building in Utrecht. In 2015, Remko joined krft, an emerging Amsterdam-based architecture practice with a varied portfolio. At krft, Remko worked on prize-winning projects ranging from cultural buildings, to public interiors and residential schemes.
At Powerhouse Company, Remko is working on various villa projects and on the transformation of a former office building. He is passionate about turning strong architectural concepts into elegant buildings, combining technical knowledge with an eye for detail.