ABOUT DINEKE DIJK
Dineke is BNA architect. She finished her engineering studies at the technical university of Eindhoven in 1999, specialising in architecture and construction design. Subsequently she worked six months in Mali, West Africa, where she took part in a project of the Dutch Rijksmuseum aiming at the preservation of local cultural heritage. On her return Dineke worked as a designer for several architectural firms in the Netherlands and Belgium, obtaining broad experience in interior design for both the commercial and the residential market.
In 2006 Dineke Dijk & partners was founded, focusing primarily on office design. She possesses a good knowledge of the office market and trends.
As from 2008 Dineke expanded her activities to the residential market and since then she renovated many different kinds of residences, varying from monuments and traditional Dutch “Dyke houses” to more recently built family homes and farm houses.
The central idea that underpins all Dineke’s work is the aim to create a pleasant working and/or living environment for her clients. In this process she stays in continuous and close contact with her clients in order to accommodate their needs in an optimal and personal way. Her flexibility and originality allow her to come up with non-conventional solutions, making clever use of space and using sustainable materials and methods
No man is an island; no one is self sufficient, everyone relies on others To realize creative ideas Dineke Dijk cooperates with experienced co-designers, project managers, suppliers and contractors. In this way she can offer a total service package: design, planning, renovations, renovation management.
Hotels, shops and offices
For happy workers, bosses, clients and quests in an inspiring enviroment reflecting the companies character.
renovation or new builing
Translating the wishes of the family into spaces, materials to realise the family dreamhouse.
schools and public spaces
Original ideas on education and public spaces inspired by my travels to Africa and South East Asia.