Nick Krouwel is a Master of Sciences Candidate in Architecture and Building Sciences from the Technical University of Delft currently employed at the Block Research Group as an intern.
During the past 5 years of education, he has successfully completed his Bachelor of Science, participated in multiple extracurricular activities and started a double-degree program in Architecture and Building Sciences at the Technical University of Delft. Especially during the minor Advanced Prototyping and the Bucky Lab studio, he experienced the benefits of combining digital and rapid prototyping techniques during the design process, an inspiring interchange between the virtual and the real. He recently finished an exchange semester abroad at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was privileged to feed his interests in the integration of cutting-edge methods and analysis in the application of current building systems and fabrication.
Previous to the Block Research Group he participated in multiple extracurricular activities, including a full year as member of the board of a cultural and debating student association. He has also held internship positions at KRFT Architects (2014), formerly Denieuwegeneratie Architecten, FabFac (2014) and Streetlife B.V. (2015).
After his internship at the Block Research Group, Nick plans to finish his master’s thesis in 2017 at the Technical University of Delft.