The symposium is delayed to later this year due to the coronavirus.

Tessa Lievestro

During my years of education at the faculty of Civil Engineering, my interest in the architecture of phenomenal and challenging structures grew. I wanted to learn how we, as civil engineers, could help architects realize their dreams. I believe that the key for a successful collaboration is first to try and understand how both disciplines think and work and then to help each other, creating the most astonishing structure we could both dream of. I hope that during our symposium, both architects and civil engineers will learn this message.

Mastertrack: Building Engineering (Structural Design)
Hobbies: cycling and playing the trumpet in the Soulband Capital S.