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Johan Neerman was born on 24 May, 1959 in Kortrijk, Belgium, is an Architect. Discover Johan Neerman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

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Occupation Architect
Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 24 May 1959
Birthday 24 May
Birthplace Kortrijk, Belgium
Nationality Belgian

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2011

Johanson3 (company) European transport design company based in Belgium that is developing new generation electric three-wheelers with high payload capacity. The company was created in 2011 by Johan Neerman CEO. The special frame allows in its strongest version to put 3 adults and 2 kids or the equivalent in payload capacity. The Johanson3 series are also designed with women and children in mind. Company has a background in transport design business since 1967 IDPO Philippe Neerman.

2000

Johan Neerman worked on different naval designs in collaboration with German Naval architect Herward Oehlmann. Johan Neerman designed a low-draft ferry boat for Royal denship in Denmark in 2000. The boat carry 366 passengers and 45 metres long. The main idea was to give the ferry boat a private yacht look. The ferry boat is about 45 metres long. His next work "Trimaran" is 99 metres long and 45 metres wide with a cruising speed of 35 knots and autonomy of 7500 nautical miles. The entire ship is designed like a PlayStation, where inside and outside spaces contribute to the playfulness of open, semi-closed and open spaces. The length of the ship was determined by the wish to integrate the tender for 36 people and crew in the stern of the rear central hull part and to allow harboring of the tender while the master ship cruises and 30 knots inside the main hull. The length of the boat also allowed any steps to be avoided, making use only of slopes. All glass windows are bullet-proof and the hull has been compartmentalized. Ship is able to stay afloat and remain as light as possible.

1999

Worked on architectural and transport systems projects with IDPO Ph Neerman. After in 1999 he took over family business. Neerman is a member of organizations: the Scientific committee of ISD Valenciennes, FIA, BBCBC, Brussels Town Planning Federation (FBU) and the UDB. He has been teaching as a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belarus in 2000. Johan Neerman worked on wide variety of projects from transport systems to naval architecture. In 1995 he totally renovate Château de Pierrefitte and all included buildings. His next project was the Poil Municipality.

1994

In 1994 he designed a new display case concept "Ice Cube Gliding Furniture System". It's involves attachment to a ceiling of rails or fixed anchoring points. The rails are drawn steel profiles and are made in Austria. Electricity, sound systems (emergency) lighting systems an alarm systems are built into the ceilings. The suspended display cases can be moved manually or by remote control. The light source itself is invisible and the system allows an object to be lit without its throwing a shadow. Ice Cube won the "1998 Provincial Prize for Artistic Craft and Industrial Design" for the province of West Flanders. The system is being applied in the Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels. Many of his works were shown at:

1992

He joined the family design office, IDPO Ph Neerman, from 1992. Worked on a cable-pulled system (SK), for Aéroport de Paris with Paul Andreu and the Citadis tram range Alstom Citadis. From 1995 until 1998 he worked on upgrading of the Brussels Metro fifth generation vehicles. Neerman directed the partnership with Breda-Firema, the creation of the double-decker coaches (M6 types) for the SNCB Competition. He participated in the RATP competition for the MF 2000. He later participated in the Barcelona concept and took out a patent for design. Johan Neerman worked for Peugeot for about two years, doing design studies for the 2007-2009 car range. In 2000 he designed a low-draft fast ferry boat for Royal Denship in Denmark with the naval architect Herward Oehlmann.

1959

Johan Neerman (born 24 May 1959 in Kortrijk) is a Belgian architect, industrial designer and systems thinker. He works with naval architecture, appropriate technology, transport design, cultural concepts and arts, systems thinking.

Johan Neerman was born in 1959 in Belgium (Kortrijk). His father, Philippe Neerman, was Belgian industrial designer. Johan studied architecture at the Institut Supérieur d'Architecture Victor Horta in Brussels (1980–1985). During his studies he did a thesis on applied systems theory with Professor Paul Tahon, ergonomist. He joined the Kiyonori Kikutake office in Tokyo in 1985 and after 1 year joined the army and went to the United States. There he studied at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He studied Social Systems Sciences under the guidance of Professor Hasan Ozbekhan. During those years he focused on Chaos Theory. He worked on his research with Michele Sanglier and Ilya Prigogine.