Dr. ir. Willemijn Wilms Floet (1962) is assistant professor at the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Her research and education focuses at the intersection of buildings and city: architectural projects building place and community. Her research method –plan analysis – aims at the relationship between analysis and design by means of drawing, architectural knowledge within buildings. In 2013 Willemijn Wilms Floet moved from the Chair of Building Typology to the Chair of Methods and Analysis, where she is an innovator in architectural design education.
Her PHD Dissertation in Delft (2014, preceded by an International Doctorate in Architectural Research at IUAV Venice, Villard d’Honnecourt, 2011) ‘Het hofje 1400-2000, (on)zichtbare bouwstenen van de Hollandse stad, was part of the TUDelft research programme Mapping Randstad Holland.
The research on ‘the little courtyard’ will be continued in an international perspective as ‘inner block oases’.
Among her publications are 20 Plan documentations in A Hundred Years of Dutch Architecture (2003), Het ontwerp van het kleine woonhuis (2005), Architectuurgids Delft (2009), Ruimte voor Democratie (2011).