Remco Siebring (1983) studied architecture at the Academy of Architecture in Arnhem. He opened his practice in 2012 after working for Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo (2010-2011), and driving to far away places in his car. In his work he intuitively explores the boundaries of spatial experiences, in both temporary and permanent installations and buildings. He is interested in analogue working methods and large modelmaking with a wide array of materials. He is also studio assistant of the master Studio for Immediate Spaces at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam.


Project Terschelling: The Netherlands (status: completion due late 2015)

Project House 2: Belgium (status: completion due early 2016)

Teaching: Studio for Immediate Spaces, Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam (status: ongoing)


Project D'une ile 2: France (with Scott Licznerski) (status: design phase)

Project The Vault : The Netherlands (status: completion due early 2015)


Project Scattered House : Belgium (status: completion due september 2015)

Project Mirror Mirror on the roof: The Netherlands (status: completed)

Project D'une Ile: France (status: completion due early 2015)


Studio Remco Siebring (started july 2012)

Sou Fujimoto Architects: Tokyo


Sou Fujimoto Architects : Tokyo

2006- 2010

B+O Architecten : The Netherlands