graduated in architecture at the Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands, in 1978. He received his training as an architect among others by Aldo van Eyck and Herman Hertzberger.
After a three-year career at the Department of Public Works in Curaçao and three years in the architects firm of Tom Janga, he established his own architectural firm in 1985.
In 1991 he won a competition with a design for public housing in the historical area of Willemstad. In 2002 this plan received a mention in the
Architecture Biennial of the Federation of Caribbean Associations of Architects (FCAA) in Martinique. For his achievements in design Ronny Lobo received the highest cultural award in Curaçao (Cola Debrot) in 1992.
He lectured in Curaçao, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Martinique, Barbados, Jamaica, Colombia, Brazil, Lebanon and the Dominican Republic and has been a Jury member for architectural competitions in Trinidad, Puerto Rico, Bahamas and Martinique.
He is Past President of the Federation of Caribbean Associations of Architects FCAA and SAIA, the local architects association. He is also Past Council Member of the UIA, the International Union of Architects.
His work is based on a humanistic architecture emerging from basic human needs such as the need for shelter, the natural environment, a
pleasant climate, natural ventilation and lighting, controlled sunscreen, sense of space, variety in form, balanced composition, rich colour scheme, the interaction with the environment and the use and durability of authentic materials.
graduated in architecture at the Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands, in 1978. He started his career at 'Architecten- en ingenieursburo Tjin A Djie & partners, Suriname'.
After that he worked as a coordinator at the 'Department for development cooperation, Netherlands Antilles'
Kenneth Raymann has extensive experience with office buildings especially banks and high end residences.
Now raw materials will be scarcer, it is important to develop energy-saving architecture. People need to feel comfortable in their environment.
His goal is not only to develop new projects, office buildings and houses but also to preserve our World Heritage for futures generations.
In Suriname, Paramaribo he was involved in the restoration of colonial wooden buildings and also in the historical area of Willemstad, Curaçao.
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