Reset Architecture


Theo Mathijssen founded reset architecture in 2009. Reset due to an intrinsic fascination with context-sensitive architecture, restructuring and reuse design tasks. For this he worked at various architecture firms in Esch, Amsterdam, Breda and Antwerpen where he designed private homes, collective housing, public buildings and urban planning projects.

Theo teaches at the ArtEZ Art Academy and has taught at the Eindhoven University of Technology where he also studied. He is involved in various cultural and public organisations to reflect and share ideas about our profession.

Rolf van Boxmeer joined Reset architecture as an associate in the office in 2017. He focuses on ongoing architecture projects and the research and design project Rezone. Rezone is a partnership with art foundation Wave of Tomorrow. Rezone develops projects inside and beyond the spectrum of architecture, urban planning, art and new media. Rezone has already realised various experimental and innovative projects with international appeal. Recently the interactive pavilion "Little Babylon" developed by Rezone has been presented at the File Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil. For Heijmans Real Estate, Rezone made Redesire; a urban stakeholder serious-game.

Rolf studied architecture at Eindhoven University of Technology. He has worked at Hilberinkbosch en Bierman&Henket architecten where he designed large-scale housing projects, high-end private homes and various public buildings, including the new museum complex in the historic center of 's-Hertogenbosch.

Stephan Kentie

The following architects our interns work(ed) with us:

Martyna Rajewska

Magdalena Obrusníková 

Willemijn Meeusen

Bas Lavrijssen

Erik Pennings

Tess Landsman 

Ylse Hetterscheid

Ji Yoon Ahn

Lenka Hrubá 

David Steiger

Pieter Bardoel 

Willem Lucassen 

Marjan Sarab, Geert Das, Maarten Mutters and Piotr Szczesniak