2014 Geert-Jan Hobijn +
2013 Driessens & Verstappen +
2012 Angelo Vermeulen +
2011 Dick Raaijmakers +
2010 Geert Mul +
2009 Edwin van der Heide +
2008 Lawrence Malstaf +
2007 Gerrit van Bakel +
2006 John Körmeling +
2005 Marnix de Nijs +
2004 Giny Vos +
2002 Theo Jansen +
2003 Felix Hess +

Art+Technology Award

The Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award was set up in 2001 to mark the firm's 55th anniversary. The award goes to a visual artist whose work unites the disciplines of art and technology in an exceptional manner and for whom engineering is far more than a means to an end. In 2014, the independent jury has chosen to recommend sound artist Geert-Jan Hobijn for the prize. Witteveen+Bos was proud to agree with this nomination.

Appreciation

The award enables Witteveen+Bos to express its special appreciation of creativity, an attribute that figures prominently in the work of engineers and artists alike and is a precondition for driving innovation. The award consists of a cash prize of €15,000, publication of a book dedicated to the winner and an exhibition of his/her work in the Bergkerk church in Deventer. An independent jury picks the winner and the award ceremony takes place annually in Deventer in November.

Appreciation of art

The Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award is part of a wider framework of appreciation of the arts. Within our firm a great deal of interest exists in art. Every five years we commission a small batch of a piece of art intended for our employees and business relations. A monumental statue called ‘Dialogue’ made by Jan Snoeck was put up in 2002 in front of our office on Leeuwenbrug in Deventer. We also sponsor the Deventer book market and the Deventer Theatre.

More information

To find out more about the Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award, phone our Communication department on +31 (0)570 69 79 11 or send an e-mail to communicatie@witteveenbos.nl