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KlaskeHavik

dr.ir. Klaske Havik
Chair of Methods and Analysis
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Room: 01 East 700
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Klaske Havik is an architect and writer, employed as associate professor of Methods & Analysis at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment in Delft. Her research focuses on the experience, use and imagination of architecture and the city. In her dissertation Urban Literacy (2012), she proposed a literary approach to architecture and urbanism. She writes regularly for journals in the Netherlands and Nordic countries and is an editor of OASE, Journal for Architecture. With Tom Avermaete and Hans Teerds, she co-edited the anthology Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (SUN, 2009). As practicing architect she was involved in the regeneration of the former ship wharf NDSM in Amsterdam into a cultural breeding place. Poems and stories of Klaske Havik appeared in a number of literary books and magazines such as Vanuit de Lucht (From the Sky) (2011) and DWB (2012).

Participant in project: AP-3. Borders & Territories

Publications:

2014

Klaske Havik, Urban Literacy, Reading and Writing Architecture, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 publishers (ISBN 978-94-6208-121-5) >>

Klaske Havik, Urban Literacy, Reading and Writing Architecture, Rotterdam 2014, nai010 publishers (ISBN 978-94-6208-121-5) >>

2013

Klaske Havik, Hans Teerds, Gus Tielens (ed.), OASE#91, Building Atmospheres, Rotterdam 2013, nai010 publishers  >>

2012

Klaske Havik 'Bridging. Architectural research as reinterpreting and re-ordering of knowledge from different fields in a mediating composition', in: Footprint Architecture Journal, Delft 2012, DSD

Michiel Dehaene, Klaske Havik, and Bruno Notteboom (eds.), OASE #89 Medium. The Mid-Size city as an European urban condition and strategy. Rotterdam 2012, NAi010 Publishers >>

Klaske Havik, 'Transcription - the social and experimental in literary and architectural spaces', in: Arhipera. International Summer School of Participatory Architecture, the Lectures, Bucarest 2012, Soros Foundation, pp. 46-59 

Klaske Havik, 'Arhipera in Dor Marunt - 4 stories,' in Arhipera. International Summer School of Participatory Architecture, the Journal, Bucarest 2012, Soros Foundation, pp. 102-107

2011

Klaske Havik, Véronique Patteeuw, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#85, Productive Uncertainty, Rotterdam 2011, NAi Publishers >>

2010

Tom Avermaete, Christoph Grafe, Klaske Havik, Johan Lagae, Véronique Patteeuw, Hans Teerds, and Tom Vandeputte (eds.), OASE#81, Constructing Criticism, Rotterdam 2010, NAi Publishers >>

2009

Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#80, On Territories, Rotterdam 2009, NAi Publishers  >>

Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>

Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity, and the Public Sphere, Amsterdam 2009, SUN Publishers (ISBN: 9789085065661) >>

2008

Tom Avermaete, Klaske Havik, and Hans Teerds (eds.), OASE#77, Into the Open, Accomodating the Public, Rotterdm 2008, NAi Publishers >>

2007

Pnina Avidar, Klaske Havik, and David Mulder (eds.), OASE#73, Gentrification, Rotterdam 2007, NAi Publishers >>

2006

Christoph Grafe, Klaske Havik, and Madeleine Maaskant (eds.), OASE#70, Architecture & Literature, Reflections/Imaginations, Rotterdam 2006, NAi Publishers >>