I believe that the result of the synergy between buildings, places and users is not only financial; it also means happiness. This belief is leading when I work at the sustainable development of powerful buildings and places. Powerful buildings and places respond to the spatial, economical, social and energetic needs of their users, remaining, as a result, attractive to investments that keep them sustainable in the long term. After receiving my master title at the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands I continued a postdoctoral study Management of the European Metropolitan Region at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. I studied a semester at the Mississippi State University in the United States, did my practical training in the capital of Slovakia Bratislava, ran an après-ski bar in France and worked as a tour guide in different countries. I then worked as an urban designer at a consultancy company named RBOI and continued at the municipality of Zwijndrecht. I recently worked as an area development consultant at ICS adviseurs. In my work I deal with urban development processes and I am appreciated for my enthusiasm, open mind and creativity. I link the different fields, scales and time periods and therefore the projects are successful at the long and short term. These are the values I would like to use to make your project successful. You can reach me by phone at 00 31 6 47574578 and by mail email@example.com.
Camila Pinzón Cortes PhD. (1973, Bogota-Colombia) graduated as Architect from the National University of Colombia in Bogotá. After her graduation as architect, she worked as urban designer and researcher. In 2000, thanks to a full scholarship from the Delft University of Technology, she started a master of science in ‘Renewal and redesign of city areas’ from which she graduated Cum Laude in 2002. Her graduation project, ‘De-fragmenting, urban regeneration in the Santafé neighbourhood in Bogotá’, received special mention in the 11th IFHP International Student Competition in 2003. After her master degree, she stayed at the TU Delft doing research in the subject of mapping in relation to the spatial and formal features of the contemporary city. In November 2009, she received the Doctor title for this research. During the period of her PhD research, she also lectured and supervised graduation projects; she initiated the project ‘Urban Panorama’, a website about the research of Urbanism at Delft, and joined several design competitions.From 2009, she works as architect, urban designer and researcher based in Amsterdam where she has collaborated between others with FAST (Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory) and the research laboratory ‘HomeMade’ (NWA) about self building at urban design scale. She teaches in the bachelor programme of Architecture at the TU Delft and lectures in various universities in the Netherlands and abroad. You can reach me by telephone at 0031 6 18241647 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.