Juliette Gilson’s work explores the formal characteristics of the city, the relationship between the individual and the whole and between private interiors and public open spaces. In order to challenge current architectural discourse, she places a strong emphasis on experimentation, research and critical thinking by exploring diverse media.
Juliette (Brussels, 1993) completed a Master of Architecture in 2018 at the Academie van Bouwkunst, Amsterdam. She has been a guest tutor at the Academie van Bouwkunst, Amsterdam and is currently living in Rotterdam where she works at Monadnock.
2014-2018 Master of Architecture, Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam
2011-2014 Bachelor of Architecture LOCI/UCL, Saint-Luc, Brussels
‘Southside strolls’, Print & Play X Bojimans Hillevliet, Rotterdam, 2020
‘P4: Spolia’ Mini Expo Was I an Ornament?, Arcam Amsterdam, 2020
‘The Charged Void’, Graduation Show Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam, 2019
‘The charged void’ Graduation Projects, published by Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam, 2019
‘The Hallway’ FORUM magazine, published by AetA, 2018
‘Passage’ Real Estate Architecture #1 : The Apartment Building, 2018
‘Spoken Heritage’, Forever Young, OBA Volksvlijt 2056, Amsterdam, 2016
‘P4/O4 Spolia’ studio, with Jarrik Ouburg and Kaita Shinagawa, Academy of Architecture, Amsterdam, 2020