Partner at Benthem Crouwel Architects
Daniel Jongtien joined joined Benthem Crouwel Architects in 2006 as an architect, and became partner at the firm in 2017. Daniel graduated with honours as architect from the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology in 2002. He started his career at Netherlands Airport Consultants (NACO) by working on Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and many other international airports. Daniel has always been fascinated by buildings. He is particularly interested by how they contribute to the city and how people use and experience them. The buildings that Benthem Crouwel Architects designs are a perfect combination of functionality technology, creativity and expression. This approach leads to innovative and surprising architecture.
Daniel and his team have worked for a large number of (international) clients. By intense collaborations and critical analysis of requirements he always aims to provide clients and users with more than they expect. He worked on various types of projects including airports, intermodal hubs, industrial, residential, hospitality, workspace and commercial projects. The projects include District West Office Campus Amsterdam, Amsterdam Central Station, Delft Station, Metro Ligne 17 and Ligne 18 Paris, Diridon Intermodal Station San José and Brussels Airport Business District.
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