Hans Put joined Richard Meier and Partners in 1988. His extensive experience on notable cultural projects include the Getty Center in Los Angeles, where he worked on the interior design of the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, and the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome where he was the Project Architect.
Mr. Put’s participation in major civic projects includes the City Hall and Central Library in The Hague, the Netherlands, and the Canal+ Headquarters in Paris where he collaborated on all phases of the project’s design and construction. Hans Put served as project architect for the United States Courthouse in Phoenix, Arizona, where he was responsible for the construction documents and construction administration in cooperation with Langdon Wilson Architecture.
Mr. Put has also been involved in the interior design of several residential projects including the Perry Street Condominium in New York City as well as the Harumi model apartment in Tokyo and residences in Bodrum, Turkey and Shenzhen, China where he provided artistic supervision. Additionally, Mr. Hans Put oversaw the concept design and design development of the OCT Shenzhen Clubhouse.
Mr. Put received his diploma in architecture from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and is a licensed architect in Belgium. He is currently working on the HH Resort and Spa in Gangneung City, Korea and the Surf Club in Miami Beach.