My name is Jan Tatousek. and I recently graduated in Architecture at Eindhoven University of Technology. I am an architect, urban designer, cartographer, photographer, traveler, and language enthusiast. Throughout my studies, I found myself balancing between architecture and urbanism, because I believe that a powerful design of a successful place needs input from both disciplines.
If you want to know more about me as a designer and my designs, please have a look at my online design portfolio. On that page, you can also find a link to my portfolio booklet, which offers a concise overview of my work.
In my free time, I love traveling and making photos of historic places, modern architecture, and nature. A large part of my traveling is made up of day trips within a radius of 250 kilometers. In this way, I document places in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Czechia. Not just major tourist sites, but any place that has its own atmosphere, regional architecture or any kind of value.
This website is a continuation of a previous website of mine, that I have been building since 2005. Initially, it only showed transportation-related photos, but around 2009 its focus shifted to photos of buildings and places. In 2017, the website was transformed into a personal website, showing all my relevant work.
The website is built on the WordPress platform, with a great deal of custom styling. The font used in the logo and titles of important pages is a digitalized version of my neat handwriting.
If you have any questions about this website, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.