SNF Nostos


Οlaf de Nooyer

Associate Architect
Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)

Born in 1960, he studied architecture in the Netherlands at Technical University in Delft. After having worked with the City of Rotterdam on its harbour front development, he came to the Workshop in Genoa in 1989.
He started on the Columbus International Exposition in Genoa (1985-1992), in particular he followed the iconic “Grande Bigo”. He was responsible for the National Science Centre project in Amsterdam and worked with Mark Carroll on the Aurora Place office tower and residential building (completed in 2000). He became an Associate in 1997. He was the Project Lead Architect for the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco which opened in 2008 and for the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo, Norway (completed in 2012). He is played a similar role for the JNBY project in Hangzhou and the Whittle School in Shenzhen, both in China. Now he works in Greece for the SNF Health Initiative, the General Hospital in Sparta.