Ivan Cremer

Ivan Cremer

New York, NY, US



Received my Masters of Science degree in architecture at Delft University of Technology, with an honorable mention and was nominated for Archiprix 2012. Created and executed the setup of a new graduation project for the Master of Architecture. This project, ‘The United Nations Environmental Council’, is currently running and involves over 50 graduating students. I’m still heavily involved with the project and its teaching professors, presently working on a publication.



AECOM, Los Angeles, CA, US, Designer

Oct 2014 - current

WORKac, New York, NY,, Junior Architect

Feb 2012 - Sep 2014

Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten, Amsterdam, NL, Junior Architect

Aug 2011 - Dec 2011

Jo Coenen & Partners Architects, Amsterdam, NL, Intern

Aug 2007 - Feb 2008

Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten, Amsterdam, NL, Intern

Jan 2004 - Apr 2004


Delft University of Technology, Delft, NL, MArch, Msc Architecture/Environmental Design

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Sep 2008 - Jun 2011

Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, DE, MArch, Rethinking Berlin - J.P. Vassal

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Sep 2009 - Mar 2010

Delft University of Technology, Delft, NL, BArch, Bsc Architecture

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Sep 2004 - Jun 2008


Graduated with Honors, Honorable Mention

Honourable mention

The Board of Examiners of the Faculty of Architecture awards Ivan A. Cremer
an honourable mention based on the following highly regarded accomplishments:

Together with main mentor ir. Henri van Bennekom, the student has formulated a very socially relevant, architectural graduation design project for a ‘United Nations Environmental Council.’ Since these pioneering efforts, many architectural students within the faculty are currently following this graduation project.

The student has demonstrated the ability to expand upon the designs of Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer for the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan. The graduation design project goes from large-scale urban design (Midtown East) down to the level of interior architectural design.

The architectural design of this graduation project is valued because its environmental design features, like preservation and reuse of existing spaces and buildings, combined with new architectural additions leads to a strong iconic and formal architectural image. The result is a design that expresses authority and clarity at its aimed goal: global sustainability. The design consists of recognizable and realistic sustainable-design decisions, and therefore contributes to the actual and current societal discussion on this subject.

Delft, June 28th 2011
On behalf of the Board of Examiners


Archiprix 2012, Nomination


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