Ernie Mellegers
"Don't start me talking, I'll tell you everything I know" (S.B. Williamson)
With students

Curriculum Vitae

 

2014-2015:

Participation in the Autonië project: a reconnaissance with two former students to generate new ideas for the Binckhorst area in The Hague.

2012-present:

Chairman of the jury for the “Paul Schuitemaprijs” (The Hague Academy of Arts)

2011-2014:

Chairmain of the Education committee at the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture

2011:

Independent Scholar Annual Meeting Fellowship – Society of Architectural Historians (U.S.A.) 

2011-present:

The Hague Academy of Arts:  Lecturer – courses on Architectural Theory (and History). Team leader of 4th year at the department of Interior and Furniture design.

 2011- present:           

Delft Polytechnic University: Lecturer at Automotive design (master & minor) on the History of the Car.

 1996-present:            

Rotterdam Academy of Architecture: Lecturer – courses/classes on subjects linked to History of Architecture, Urban Planning and Typology.

 1990-present:            

Delft Polytechnic University: Regular ‘guest appearances’ as lecturer, for example to do a yearly marathon lecture “History of Automobile and Automobile Design” at the Faculty of Industrial Design.

 1990-present:           

Regular speaker at occasions with ‘automotive’ themes such as 75 Jaar Citroën (Amsterdam) and Bugatti (Amsterdam).

1995-present:           

Fieldtrips: initiating and organizing fieldtrips (Architecture, Urban Planning, Engineering) for several educational institutions and schools.

 1996-present:           

Regular contributor to several magazines about architecture, especially De Architect (see below).

 2008-2010:           

Maashavensilo Rotterdam: Research and assessment regarding the architectural, monumental and engineering ‘qualities’ and ‘state’ of the Maashavensilo (a grain elevator commenced in 1910, with Brinkman & van der Vlugt responsible for a 1930 addition) – report commissioned by the City of Rotterdam.

 2009:           

“Dwars door de Stad”, Den Haag: Responsible for part of the program of the The Hague ‘Day of Architecture’ that focused on alternative routing (i.e. the way Le Parkour, Bike messengers, Free runners, Skateboarders and the likes find their way through the urban fabric)

 1997-2007:

Butterfield & Robinson: Butterfield & Robinson is a Canadian tour operator that specializes in highend biking trips for a predominantly North American clientèle. Guiding trips throughout Europe and responsible (as regional director) for the content and execution of ‘our’ trips in Normandy, The Netherlands, Belgium and Alsace.

 1999-2000:            

De Architect: Editor. De Architect is the main architectural magazine in the Netherlands.

 1997-2001:           

Leiden University: regular guest lecturer History of Architecture – on invitation of Dr. TAP van Leeuwen.

 1996-1999:            

Erasmus University Rotterdam: Classes on all aspects of the discipline Architecture at the Faculty of History and Arts.

 1997-1999:            

Hogeschool Rotterdam (Rotterdam University): Lecturer - classes on subjects linked to History of Architecture and Urban Planning, at Polytechnic Faculty.

 1996-1998:           

Open Monumentendag Rotterdam: Programming and executive ‘director’ of the yearly festival celebrating (potential) national monuments in Rotterdam

 1987-1998:       

Fondation Le Corbusier: Research on Le Corbusiers’ relation with the automobile in the archives of the Fondation Le Corbusier on a regular basis

 

EDUCATION:

1984-1990:            

Leiden University: MA, History of Art (History of Architecture and Urbanism – mentor: Dr. Thomas (Tom) A.P. van Leeuwen

 1987-1988:  

Delft Polytechnic University: Additional course in Restoration.

 1977-1884:

Maerlant Lyceum, Den Haag: High school (or pre-university education), “Atheneum A”.

 

2011-present:

The Haque Academy of Arts:  Lecturer – courses on Architectural Theory (and History).

2011- present:           

Delft Polytechnic University: Lecturer at Automotive design (master & minor) on the History of the Car.

1996-present:            

Rotterdam Academy of Architecture: Lecturer – courses/classes on subjects linked to History of Architecture, Urban Planning and Typology.

1990-present:            

Delft Polytechnic University: Regular ‘guest appearances’ as lecturer, for example to do a yearly marathon lecture “History of Automobile and Automobile Design” at the Faculty of Industrial Design.

1990-present:           

Regular speaker at occasions with ‘automotive’ themes such as 75 Jaar Citroën (Amsterdam) and Bugatti (Amsterdam).

1995-present:           

Fieldtrips: initiating and organizing fieldtrips (Architecture, Urban Planning, Engineering) for several educational institutions and schools.

1996-present:           

Regular contributor to several magazines about architecture, especially De Architect (see below).

2008-2010:           

Maashavensilo Rotterdam: Research and assessment regarding the architectural, monumental and engineering ‘qualities’ and ‘state’ of the Maashavensilo (a grain elevator commenced in 1910, with Brinkman & van der Vlugt responsible for a 1930 addition) – report commissioned by the City of Rotterdam.

2009:           

“Dwars door de Stad”, Den Haag: Responsible for part of the program of the The Hague ‘Day of Architecture’ that focused on alternative routing (i.e. the way Le Parkour, Bike messengers, Free runners, Skateboarders and the likes find their way through the urban fabric)

1997-2007:

Butterfield & Robinson: Butterfield & Robinson is a Canadian tour operator that specializes in highend biking trips for a predominantly North American clientèle. Guiding trips throughout Europe and responsible (as regional director) for the content and execution of ‘our’ trips in Normandy, The Netherlands, Belgium and Alsace.

1999-2000:            

De Architect: Editor. De Architect is the main architectural magazine in the Netherlands.

1997-2001:           

Leiden University: regular guest lecturer History of Architecture – on invitation of Dr. TAP van Leeuwen.

1996-1999:            

Erasmus University Rotterdam: Classes on all aspects of the discipline Architecture at the Faculty of History and Arts.

1997-1999:            

Hogeschool Rotterdam (Rotterdam University): Lecturer - classes on subjects linked to History of Architecture and Urban Planning, at Polytechnic Faculty.

1996-1998:           

Open Monumentendag Rotterdam: Programming and executive ‘director’ of the yearly festival celebrating (potential) national monuments in Rotterdam

1987-1998:       

Fondation Le Corbusier: Research on Le Corbusiers’ relation with the automobile in the archives of the Fondation Le Corbusier on a regular basis

 

EDUCATION:

1984-1990:            

Leiden University: MA, History of Art (History of Architecture and Urbanism – mentor: Dr. Thomas (Tom) A.P. van Leeuwen

1987-1988:  

Delft Polytechnic University: Additional course in Restoration.

1977-1884:

Maerlant Lyceum, Den Haag: High school (or pre-university education), “Atheneum A”.