Jeroen van Schooten

Architect, Director

Jeroen van Schooten is architect-director and founding partner of Team V Architecture. Under his creative direction, a role shared with partner Do Janne Vermeulen, Jeroen ensures our professionals are supported and inspired to work closely together as one solid team, to consistently attain Team V’s vision for quality, sustainability and a high level of detail.

Complex projects are Jeroen’s speciality. He thrives when working together with large groups of stakeholders to create consensus and achieve innovative, integrated and sustainable building solutions. Jeroen works on many different kinds of high-level projects, including major transit hubs, cultural and government buildings, monumental renovations, urban transformations, lively educational environments, as well as sustainable housing at different scales.

Previously, Jeroen was one of the founding partners of Meyer en Van Schooten Architecten. After almost thirty years with the company, he moved on to launch Team V Architecture together with Do Janne and former partner Gerard van Hoorn in 2013. In the next decade Team V has grown from thirteen to almost sixty employees.

Jeroen has held many additional roles, such as chairman of the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects (BNA), and from 2008 to 2017 as board member of the Dutch Green Building Council, the organization promoting sustainability. In the past years Jeroen has been on the jury of several architecture awards, such as the BNA Building of the Year Award, the Living Daylight Award and the ARC Awards. He has also chaired the Professional Experience Program (PEP) for a new generation of Dutch architects since 2018. Jeroen is a frequently asked expert in architecture debates: he often gives lectures, hosts podcasts and joins workshops.

Selected projects

  • Zuidasdok, train station Amsterdam South, Amsterdam, 2036
  • Coehoorn, housing, Arnhem, 2025
  • Het Riethuis, housing, Monnickendam, 2024
  • CrossOver, mixed use, Amsterdam, 2023
  • Lansingerland-Zoetermeer Station, 2019
  • New University Building VU, Amsterdam, 2018
  • House of Province Gelderland, Arnhem, 2017
  • Hotel Arena, extension and renovation, Amsterdam, 2017
  • Headquarters ASR, Utrecht, 2015
  • Centraal Station Rotterdam, Rotterdam, 2014
  • Kromhout Barracks, Utrecht, 2012
  • The New Library, Almere, 2010
  • Ministry of Finance, The Hague 2009
  • Westerdok island residential complex, 2007
  • ING Headquarters, Amsterdam, 2002
  • Kema Headquarters, Arnhem, 1996
  • GWL, sustainable residential area Amsterdam, 1998

Selected awards

2020: Lansingerland-Zoetermeer Station, winner Gemma Smid Architecture Award
2020: Lansingerland-Zoetermeer Station, shortlisted Blue Print Awards, Best Public-Use Project/Public Funding
2019: House of Province, winner Willem Diehl Award
2018: House of Province, winner Best Building of the Year Award 2018 by Royal Institute of Dutch Architects
2018: House of Province, shortlisted Mies van der Rohe Awards EU, Excellence in European Architecture
2018: Zuidasdok public transport hub, nominated WAF Awards 2018, category Future Transport
2017: ASR headquarters, winner Dutch Building Award, category Buildings
2017: Rotterdam Central Station, winner American Architecture Prize, category Transport
2017: Hotel Arena, winner Entree Awards, category Best Restyling
2015: Rotterdam Central Station, winner Best Building of the Year Award 2015 by Royal Institute of Dutch Architects
2015: Rotterdam Central Station, winner Dutch Building Award, category Buildings
2014: Rotterdam Central Station, winner Architect of the Year Award, awarded to Team CS
2014: ASR headquarters, winner Best Office in the Netherlands by Intermediair
2011: Ministry of Finance, winner PPS Award
2011: Kromhout Barracks, winner PPS Award 2011
2002: ING House, winner Dutch Building Award, category Public Award
2000: GWL area, winner Merkelbach Award