Bio

Frederique van Andel holds a Master's degree in both urban planning and architecture from Delft University of Technology. She worked for Mecanoo architecten and DP6 architectuurstudio in Delft, and lived in Barcelona where she worked with architect Toni Gironès.

Since 2006, Frederique is a senior researcher in the Global Housing research group of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of TU Delft. Her main topic of interest is affordable housing for growing cities in the Global South. Frederique curated the exhibition 'Global Housing – Affordable Dwellings for Growing Cities' (2016) with venues in Delft and Addis Ababa.

She is editor of the book series DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing) and coordinates the online Platform for Affordable Dwelling (PAD). Frederique teaches Master courses on Global Housing Design and Bachelor courses on Plan Analysis. She is project manager for the research project 'Addis Ababa Living Lab: Creating Resilient Dwelling Clusters for Urban Resettlement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia', funded by the Dutch Research Council and TU Delft (2019-2023).

research interest

  • Affordable housing
  • Incremental housing
  • Dwelling design
  • Participatory housing design

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position

Senior researcher in the Global Housing research group, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, DelftUniversity of Technology

degrees

MSc, Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, Delft University of Technology

faculty

Architecture and the Built Environment

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