Winka Dubbeldam is the principal of Archi-Tectonics, NY, founded in 1994. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia University in New York City and Practice Professor at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She has taught and lectured at numerous Universities in Europe, the USA, and Canada.

Projects have been exhibited in solo shows at Form Zero Gallery in Los Angeles (1994), the Kunsthal in Rotterdam (1996), the Dessa Gallery in Lubljiana (1996), Parsons Architecture Gallery, NYC (1999), and the TZArt Gallery, NYC (1999). Archi-Tectonics was a participant in the MOMA show, "The Unprivate House" (1999) and the 'Young architects' exhibit (2001), NYC, and participated in the Archi-Lab 2000-2001 conferences and exhibits in Orleans, France. Winka Dubbeldam has received an "Emerging Voice" award (2001) from the Architectural League NYC.

Along with the Monograph, published in 1996 by 010 Publishers, Rotterdam, the work has been published in periodicals including A+U (Tokyo), Architectural record (NYC)), Architecture (NYC) Objekt (Amsterdam), Interior Design (NYC), and the New York Times, and in the books Waterwerk (Zwolle 1995), Techno-Fiction (Weimar 1996), Lofts & Apartments in NYC by Edizioni L'Archivolto (1999), Hybrid Space by Rizzoli, NYC (1999), and 10 x 10 by Phaidon Press, London (2000).

Archi-Tectonics has constructed an Art Gallery on West Broadway, the new offices for Gear Magazine, and several loft renovations -all in New York City. Urban planning proposals for the Cities of Dordrecht and The Hague in Holland have been developed, and Dubbeldam recently was one of a team of five international architects developing an urban scheme for Moscou (Feb. 2000). Recently completed work includes a new 25,000 sq.ft. Digital Imaging Facility in Midtown Manhattan, a 2000 sq.ft. hair salon on the Upper East Side in NY, and a 5000 sq.ft. loft in SoHo. Currently the office is working on a private residence & guesthouse in Upstate New York, an 11-story mixed-use building in SoHo, three residential towers in Rotterdam, a Digital gallery in Chelsea, and the museum for the Eniac Computer in Philadelphia.

Dubbeldam is a graduate of the Faculty of Arts & Architecture, Rotterdam (1990); and she received a Masters Degree from Columbia University in New York City in 1992. She has previously worked in several offices in Holland and in the offices of Bernard Tschumi Architects and Peter Eisenman Architects in NYC.
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