ir. Sandrine Rointru architecte D.P.L.G. (1973) has been working with atelier PRO since 1998. She studied architecture at the Ecole d’architecture de Nantes, France. In 2000 she graduated cum laude with the subject 'Amenagements Urbains, pour une ville sustainable- La Haye -' The Hague. A complex assignment on the problematic public domain around The Hague Central Station.

At atelier PRO, Sandrine works on diversity of architectural projects of various sizes and building types. The projects cover large public buildings, from renovation, transformations, new construction, to the interior design. Sandrine uses a methodical approach in her work. She is particularly interested in the aspects that contribute to a sustainable living environment and how it can be adapted to current and future needs. Circular building construction is her passion and became one of Sandrine's specialties within atelier PRO. In this field she attended many training courses and gave lectures to share knowledge with atelier PRO colleagues.

As a project architect / project manager, Sandrine was involved in various childcare centers and other multifunctional accommodation projects (MFA), such as the Nelson Mandela Center in Gouda and the Nieuwe Damlaan Children's Center in Schiedam. The latter houses (among other things) two schools that live in perfect harmony under the same roof (a public school and an Islamic public school). A special project, with much attention for every user who wanted to see their own identity reflected in the design. 
Accordingly ,this project lead to her role in an expansion for the Islamic school Okba Ibnoe Nafi in Breda. The extension of the Metis Montessori Lyceum in Amsterdam is one of her most beautiful projects.Sandrine has also worked on various competitions and PPPs (in Tiel, Zwijndrecht, Laan van NOI). Sandrine (French-speaking architect) had been seconded to KCAP for some time, where she worked as a project architect on new residences and student housing in Massy near Paris, in collaboration with studio 115 architects.
She is currently working on the interior of the Research & Diagnostic Center RDC in Amsterdam (2019).