Anne van Stijn works as a doctoral researcher in housing management at Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Department of Management in the Built Environment. She graduated in 2016 cum laude and with an honours degree from the TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture on the development of an integral rehabilitation strategy for the early high-rise housing in China.
Her doctoral research focusses on the development of solutions for circular renovation and improvement of the post-war housing stock. In this research, she develops these solutions from strategy to applied prototypes and demonstration cases in co-creation with housing associations and industry partners. Next to her doctoral research Anne is involved in various educational courses and research projects related to circularity in the built environment.
- Development of solutions for circular renovation
- Improvement of the post-war housing stock
Doctoral researcher in housing management, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology
MSc, Architecture, Urbanism and Building technology, Delft University of Technology
BSc, Architecture, Urbanism and Building technology, Delft University of Technology
van Stijn, A., Gruis, V. H., & van Bortel, G. A. (2017). Stimulus Project Circular Components in theBuilt Environment. Delft: TU Delft & AMS-institute.
van Stijn, A., & Gruis, V. H. (2018). Towards a circular economy in the built environment: An integral design framework for circular building components. Paper presented at Smart and Sustainable Built Environment (SASBE) 2018. Sydney.
van Stijn, A., Gruis, V. H., & van Bortel, G. A. (2018). Solutions for the coming retrofit challenge: Towards modular, mass customised and circular retrofit products. Paper presented at Retrofit Europe (SBE19 conference). Eindhoven.