Hans Smolenaers is a Dutch architect, landscape architect, and urbanist.
He completed his studies at the IAHL Larenstein, graduating in Landscape Architecture, and in 2012 he got his degrees from the Delft University of Technology in Architecture and Urbanism.
In Delft he has researched the planning and design of World Expositions. This results in an after-use and building proposal for the next WorldExpo in Milan (Italy 2015).
His MSc thesis 'Ephemeral Archipuncture' about the organisation of World Expositions is pre-selected for the Archiprix.
In 2005 he was responsible for the Dutch participation of an International Exposition in the Czech Replubic. Leading the design and realisation phase of an 3500m2 site. In 2008 he took part in a design / research project, regarding the newtown of Alicante, Spain.
He is a tutor & researcher in Landscape Architecture at his former University Larenstein.
Specialties: Capable to combine the disciplines: Architecture, Urbanism & Landscape Architecture.