CURRICULUM VITAE



Name: Sophia Holst
Phone: NL 0031 (0)6 81 84 22 94
BE 0032 (0)488 04 94 73
E-mail: sophiaholst@gmail.com
Website: www.sophiaholst.com
Date of Birth: October 12th 1988
Place of Birth: Geldrop, The Netherlands
BTWnr: NL030463786B01
KvKnr: 58848169


Education

( 2016 - 2018 ) International Master of Science in Architecture, KU Leuven, Brussels (BE)
( 2015 - 2016 ) Preparatory year Master of Architecture, KU Leuven, Brussels (BE)
( 2014 - 2015 ) Academy of Architecture Amsterdam, Course Building Technology (NL)
( 2011 - 2013 ) Sandberg Institute, Master Fine Arts, Amsterdam (NL)
( 2007 - 2011 ) Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Bachelor Fine Arts, Amsterdam (NL)

Architecture related Projects

( 2019 ) ‘Bar 03’, bar restaurant Britney, Lille (FR) as collaborator Nu architectuuratelier, Ghent
( 2018 ) ‘Resultant Spaces of Vilnius’, dissertation, urban project design and thesis,
Master of Architecture, Sint Lucas, KU Leuven, Brussels (BE)
( 2015 ) ‘Casa Cuxtitali’, kitchen living room, San Cristobal de las Casas (MX), in collaboration
with Steven van Beijeren and Dirk Gonzalez
( 2015 ) ‘Pavilion of the Kingdom of Bahrain’ World Fair Milano (IT) as collaborator
Studio Anne Holtrop
( 2014 ) Museum Fort Vechten’, interior fixed furniture (NL), as collaborator
Studio Anne Holtrop
( 2014 ) ‘Office Kersten Geers David van Severen, Anne Holtrop and Bas Princen’ furniture for
exhibition MANIERA, as Collaborator Studio Anne Holtrop at Maniera, Brussels (BE),
as collaborator Studio Anne Holtrop
( 2013 ) ‘Fence’, permanent intervention at Jeanine Hofland Galery Amsterdam (NL)
( 2012 ) ‘Frames in Wall’, permanent intervention in livingroom Rijnstraat Amsterdam (NL)

Exhibitions

( 2019 ) ‘Forms of Public Privacy’, in ‘Changing Attitudes’, FORMAT 2019, Z33, Hasselt (BE)
( 2017 ) ‘Bathroom Design’, within the exhibition of David Bernstein: ‘Most of the
Cosmos is Compost’, PA/////KT, Amsterdam, (NL)
( 2015 ) ‘Bell’, a work within the exhibition of David Bernstein: ‘Zen Wacky’, Galery van
Gelder, Amsterdam (NL)
( 2014 ) ‘Corner Window,’ within performance by David Bernstein, There Are Always at Least
Two Ways of Looking Through a Loophole, Walden Affairs, Den Haag (NL)
( 2013 ) ‘Double Doors’, solo show, permanent work, part of ‘A Festival Of
Choices’, Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam (NL)
( 2012 ) ‘Carr, Fortune, Holst vs Hercules and the Teto Project’, in collaboration with Ian Carr
and Neil Fortune, Teto Projects, Amsterdam (NL)

Publications

( 2019 ) ‘Gouden Referenties van de Hedendaagse Architectuur?’, exhibition review
‘Alternative Histories’ at CIVA Brussels, for Archined (NL)
( 2019 ) Horizonte Journal for Architecture Discourse, issue 13, Common. June 2019
text Submission: ‘Vilnius is Chaning (again)’, Bauhaus Universitat Weimar (GE)
( 2019 ) ‘Geleefde Ruimte Maken, Fundamenten van een (Toekomstige) Architectuurpraktijk’,
book review ‘Founding Alive Architecture’ Petra Pferdmenges, for Archined (NL)
( 2016 ) ‘The Imploded City’ in the ‘Two Times One’ magazine, Issue nr.1 Compression,
text submission. Published by Jan Van Eyck Academy, Maastricht (NL)
( 2010 ) ‘Out Now’, exhibition publication, published by the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in
collaboration with ‘75 years Amsterdamse Bos’ (NL)

Lectures

( 2019 ) ‘Resultant Spaces of Vilnius’ at Reading Room, Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius (LT)
( 2018 ) ‘Resultant Spaces of Vilnius’ part of ‘Assembly’ at That Might Be Right, Brussels (BE)
( 2017 ) ‘The Imploded City,’ part of ‘Between The Sheets’ at That Might Be Right,
Brussels (BE)
( 2016 ) ‘The Imploded City’ at the Open Studios, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht (NL)

Prizes / Nominations

( 2019 ) Laureate, FORMAT program 2019 at Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Hasselt (BE)
( 2018 ) Laureate, Suma Cum Laude, KU Leuven, Master of Science in Architecture, campus
Sint-Lucas Brussels (BE)
( 2018 ) nomination for Antenna Dutch Design Week Eindhoven / Design Indaba 2018 (NL)
( 2018 ) nomination for the ‘Prijs Jef Van Ranst’ at the KU Leuven Master of Science in
Architecture, campus Sint-Lucas Brussels (BE)
( 2011 ) nominated for the Gerrit Rietveld Academie Bachelor Thesis Prize (NL)