Profile

This website features the work of Maurits Ruis, a skilled and experienced architect who worked on buildings across scales and sectors in the United Kingdom and The Netherlands.

Maurits has worked on residential, commercial, retail, science, and education projects for public and private clients, local authorities, international corporations, and commercial developers. 

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Design

Elizabeth Line (Crossrail)
Work on eight stations on the new underground Elizabeth Line in central London, Europe's largest infrastructure project.
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St. Crispin’s Sixth Form Centre
Sixth Form Centre for St. Crispin’s Secondary School in Wokingham
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Colindale Mixed-Use
Mixed-use development with 460 apartments in 6 buildings in North London.
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Metropolitan Police HQ
Feasibility study for a Metropolitan Police Headquarters to replace Limehouse Police Station in Limehouse, East London.
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Panama Pacifico
Concept design for a residential tower in Panama City.
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London Schools
Feasibility studies for Primary and Secondary Schools in London.
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Cheshunt Technology College
A new Science and Technology building for Cheshunt Technology College in Hertsfordshire.
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ABN AMRO Bankshops
Refurbishment of 400 ABN AMRO Bankshops in The Netherlands.
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Philips High Tech Campus
Work on the masterplan and buildings of Royal Philips Electronics High Tech Campus in Eindhoven.
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Research

Crossrail, Collaboration & Circularity
Design strategies of infrastructure projects and the petrochemical industry provide inspiration for the circular economy.
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Dutch Design
An introduction to Dutch design culture.
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The Anatomy of Special Economic Zones
Special Economic Zones are used by national governments to attract foreign companies and investment. What makes them successful?
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