MVRDV - Sanne van der Burgh to discuss the future city at Indian Institute of Architects

Sanne van der Burgh to discuss the future city at Indian Institute of Architects


Sanne van der Burgh is invited as a keynote speaker at an event of the northern chapter of the Indian Institute of Architects, in New Delhi on September 22. She will give a presentation on the future of cities, current trends in public architecture and spaces for people.

Associate Director, head of MVRDV NEXT and Architect Sanne van der Burgh leads multiple teams within MVRDV, realizing projects of various scales, phases, and across several continents. Sanne played an integral role in high profile MVRDV projects including the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Depot, the refurbishment of the Lyon Part Dieu shopping center, and a visionary project for revitalizing New Delhi’s sanitation and infrastructure: Barapullah Springs. Sanne is a versatile architect with demonstrated design achievements. In 2019, Architizer named her as one of 25 young architects to watch. In 2021, she was the winner of the Female Frontier Awards, organized by World Architecture News. She won the category “Innovation in Architecture”. Sanne regularly appears in lectures and jury’s worldwide.

Established in 1917, The Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) is the National body of Architects in the country registered as a charitable Society under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 as a voluntary organization of Architects. IIA is represented on various national and international committees connected with architecture, art and the building industry and is also actively associated with International Union of Architects (UIA), The Architects Regional Council Asia (ARCASIA) and South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation of Architects (SAARCH).

  • Date & time: September 22 – 15:00-15:30 (IST).
  • Get more information on the event here.