Bierman Henket Architects
Bierman Henket architects is a medium-sized architectural firm with an average staff of 15 people. The employees are highly trained architects, designers and engineers. They have extensive experience in the field and are versatile. The agency is organized as a design workshop, in which for each project a design team is put together. If necessary, external consultants are also involved.
The work of the agency has been published extensively at home and abroad. In 1999 the NPS broadcasted the television documentary "Hubert-Jan Henket, man of steel, wood and glass" in the program Hour of the Wolf. The Van Beuningen De Vrieze pavilion of Museum Boymans van Beuningen was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe European Architecture Award. In 1999, Hubert-Jan Henket received the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds prize for his entire oeuvre. Other prizes won include the Victor de Steursprijs and the Schreuders Prize for underground construction. Together with Wessel de Jonge, he won the World Monument Fund / Knoll Modernism Prize in 2010. In 2003 he was appointed Knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion and in 2004 he received the BNA Cube.