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Jeroen van Erp

Industrial Designer - Fabrique

Jeroen van Erp graduated from the Faculty of Industrial Design at the Technical University of Delft in 1988. After graduation he started as a freelance designer. Clients at that time included ING Bank and the Dutch Postal Service. In 1992, he was one of the founders of Fabrique in Delft, which positioned itself as a multidisciplinary design bureau. He established the interactive media department in 1994, focusing primarily on developing websites for the World Wide Web - brand new at that time.

Under Jeroen's joint leadership, Fabrique has grown through the years into a multi-faceted design bureau. Jeroen is currently a partner and creative director, and in this role he is responsible for the creative policy. He has also been closely involved in various projects as art director and designer, including ones for the Rijksmuseum, Dutch Railways and the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management. He is a guest lecturer for various courses and is a board member at NAGO (the Netherlands Graphic Design Archive) and the Design & Emotion Society.

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