Jos van Eldonk (1962, Druten) studied Architecture at Eindhoven University of Technology from 1980 to 1988 and stayed on there for the next two years as a member of the academic staff. From 1990 to 1997 he worked as an architectural designer for Sjoerd Soeters Architecten BV in Amsterdam. In 1997 he became a partner in the firm. Some 35 staff currently work for the firm on architectural and urban development projects in the Netherlands, Denmark and China.
Renowned buildings by Jos van Eldonk include the New Energy Institute in Wuhan, China, Huis van de Stad - the new city hall in Gouda, arthouse LUX and the library, municipal archives and offices at Mariënburg in Nijmegen, the sugar silos in Halfweg, the Centre for Art and Culture (Cool) in Heerhugowaard and the Culture Factory in Veenendaal. His urban development projects include Sugar City in Halfweg, Brouwerspoort master plan in Veenendaal, Nootdorp town centre plan, Waddinxveen town centre plan and the Water Front in Harderwijk.