Tag: parametric engineering

Meet Rubin

Hi! I’m Rubin Doing field research in the Philippines with a laser During the study trip I learned from locals about their vernacular (traditional) architecture and why they use certain design elements. I also helped working at the building site of Finch Floating Home to experience how Philippine work ethics come around. From the TU […]

Meet Martijn

Hi! I’m Martijn Project ‘Sunday evening’ Fast forward to a few weeks later and I’m sitting in the OMRT office to use my skills within the market. It turns out that I can bring great additional value to the existing processes of real estate developers and architects, but also that there is still plenty to […]

Meet Zooey

Hi! I’m Zooey I completed my bachelor’s degree in econometrics in February in combination with the minor in programming. As a result of this minor I became very enthusiastic about continuing this programming journey and I wanted to gain professional experience in this field. Though, on the other hand, it is also not my dream […]

APE Kickoff!

On the first of February, Andreja, Merijn de Leur from RHDHV, and Jasper organised the first Association of Parametric Engineers day. It was very successful and around 30 parametreers showed up. It was organised in the factory hall of CEAD Group, the producer of the largest composite additive 3D printer in the world. It was […]

Book: Parametric Engineering

Finally its here! The Parametric Engineering book that OMRT has written the building physics chapters for. We established this great accomplishment together with Lennert van der Linden, Giancarlo Torpiano, and Rick Titulear, all three working for Arup, Roy Crielaard from Heijmans, and finally, Wouter Riedijk, Matthijs Beekman, and Roel Winter, all working for MOCS The […]

New graduate: Rubin

This week, Rubin Spittka started his graduation thesis @ OMRT in collaboration with Finch Floating Homes. Rubin graduates from the master Civil Engineering, track Building Engineering, specialization in structural design. The Thesis Subject is: “Design strategies for climate responsive,  typhoon resilient, standard housing in Manila Bay area, the Philippines. Specified to local vernacular architecture by […]

Opening day Carbonblue – World of Walas

Yesterday, OMRT visited the opening day of the sustainable office of CarbonBlue in Kloosterweg 1, Heerlen, Netherlands. The CarbonBlue project at Dudoc Parkstad (project here) has a roofed in parking lot with 3500 solar panels installed. CarbonBlue will meet approximately 36% of the energy requirements for Carbon6,  it will produce approximately 900,000 kWh per year and reduce CO2 by […]