John Bosch

Architect partner

“I like to read about architecture, do research in architecture, teach architecture and make architecture. For me architecture is everything between the scale of the city and an interior, at the end it is all about how we live, work and play.”

John Bosch 1960 born in Amsterdam graduated as an architect at the Technical University of Delft in 1989. After working in Barcelona and New York he founded with Gordon Haslett  the office Bosch Haslett. The office realised published work such as the Ronald McDonald house in Utrecht (2000), Big House in Ypenburg,  City Building in Rotterdam (2003) and housing on Westerdok and Kleine Rieteiland  in Amsterdam (both 2009). In 2005 he joined OZ where he is now partner. He is the author of a series of projects such as Atradius headquarters,  Im Vieri, a housing project in Switzerland, The Floating Games  and The Campus City Project both studies in Amsterdam, 1000Mahler,  Ravel temporary student housing both in the Zuidas Amsterdam and many more.

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