By Dikkie Scipio
March 29th | 12.45 - 13.45
Orange Hall - Faculty of Architecture
Free lunch included!

Closing Lecture

We will close the month of Business at University with a lecture including a free lunch in the Orange hall by Dikkie Scipio, professor and partner of KAAN Architecten. In this lecture, Dikkie Scipio will talk us through her personal experiences in the field of Architecture.

Dikkie Scipio has been trained in various crafts. She studied applied arts, industrial and interior design at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague and afterwards qualified as an architect at the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture. Simultaneously she owned a gallery in Amsterdam and a design studio in Utrecht. In 1995, she joined Claus en Kaan Architecten (later KAAN Architecten) and became a partner in 2002. Scipio’s training allows her to lead work, ranging from large-scale master plans in urbanism and architecture to furniture and interior design, from initial concept to execution. She is an expert in complex projects and processes focusing on museums and renovating heritage. Scipio is also a writer, columnist, international lecturer, and member of several boards and juries. As a spokeswoman for integrated art and craftsmanship in architecture, her views have been featured in many publications and documentaries. Since 2019 she has been a professor at the Münster University of Applied Sciences, where she holds a chair in Architectural Design.