UN Studio

Co-Founder / Principal Urban Planner UNStudio

Caroline Bos studied History of Art at Birkbeck College of the University of London and Urban and Regional Planning at the Faculty of Geosciences, University of Utrecht. In 1988 she co- founded Van Berkel & Bos Architectuurbureau with the architect Ben van Berkel, extending her theoretical and writing projects to the practice of architecture. Realized projects include the Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam, museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen and the Moebius house.

In 1998 Caroline Bos co-founded UNStudio (United Net). UNStudio presents itself as a network of specialists in architecture, urban development and infrastructure. Completed urban development projects include the restructuring of the station area of Arnhem and the mixed-use Raffles City in Hangzhou, while current projects include the Southbank by Beulah mixed-use development in Melbourne and the masterplan for a leisure island in South Korea.

Caroline Bos has taught as a guest lecturer at Princeton University, the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, The Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and the Academy of Architecture in Arnhem. In 2012 she was awarded an Honorary Professorship at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. For the academic year 2021-2022 she was Norman R. Foster Visiting Professor of Architectural Design at Yale School of Architecture. Central to her teaching is the inclusive approach of architectural works integrating virtual and material organization and engineering constructions. From 2020-2022 Caroline joined AM as Director AM Concepts and Supervisor Urban Planning AM.

Speaking at the Following:

Jun 7

Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Fireside Chat: How to Deliver Future Urban Spaces

4:20PM – 5:10PM
NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding, Padre Damián, 23, 28036, Spain

How are the key ingredients for successful urban spaces changing, and what positive role can buildings and other amenities play to enable citizens and visitors to naturally gather and enjoy our cities? How can the industry contribute to ensure this happens and guarantee long-term success?