In January 2015 Anne received her Master of Architecture at TU Delft. Before this she completed a bachelor in engineering at the Hogeschool of Amsterdam. During her studies she did an internship at MVSA Meyer and Van Schooten Architects. For many years she was active as a student assistant at the professorship ‘multiple intensive (sustainable) use of space’. After her study in engineering, she gained experience in Tanzania. She worked on several projects, including a lodge with dive center on Zanzibar. The variation between size and function that leads to complexity within a project finds Anne in particular very interesting. After her studies in Delft she started working at Benthem Crouwel Architects. Since January 2017 she has been working at Team V Architecture. She currently works on ‘Crossover’ a multifunctional and innovative building on the Amsterdam Zuidas.