Jonathan Woodroffe (Board member)

Architect / Urbanist
S333 Architecture + Urbanism

[read more=”Read More” less=”Read Less”]Graduated from the University of Portsmouth Department of Architecture in 1989, where he received his degree and diploma. In 1997, he co-founded S333 Architecture + Urbanism in Amsterdam, an award-winning architectural practice with an international reputation for delivering innovative buildings, masterplans and mixed-use environments.

Jonathan has over 20 years experience of working on large-scale urban and architectural projects. He has been responsible for strategic regeneration plans, masterplans and large-scale urban visions in the UK, France, Spain, Norway, Latvia, USA, Russia, Kenya, Singapore and China.

As a member of INTA (International Urban Development Association) Jonathan has participated in INTA panels that have reviewed the future of the metropolis of Bordeaux (2010), the redevelopment of La Reunion’s main port area (2011) and the organisation of NCTU’s new university campus in Taiwan (November 2009).

Jonathan lectures regularly and has taught at the AA in London and at the Academies van Bouwkunst in Tilburg, Rotterdam and Amsterdam. He is currently leading a master programme at the Bergen Architecture School researching urban intensification in the city.[/read]