About Us

Our Vision

We envision a world where everyone has access to a safe, sustainable and comfortable home.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make sustainable housing affordable through our innovative building concept.

The Problem

There is a large demand for affordable housing, but the traditional building sector cannot provide sufficient housing and has a devastating impact on the environment.

Our Solution

Easy Housing is a circular and carbon-negative building concept based on sustainably sourced timber. Our houses are safe, comfortable, and resistant to natural disasters. The concept is standardised and scalable, providing a universal solution to the global need for affordable  sustainable housing.

Our Team

Wolf Bierens

Founder / CEO
Founder Wolf Bierens is an entrepreneurial engineer with a background in environmental technology and sustainable building. Wolf is also co-founder of the Dutch company Sustainer Homes which builds circular wooden homes with its own sustainable modular building system. He was listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2017 and twice on the Sustainable Young 100 (DJ100) in The Netherlands, in 2016 and 2020.

Niels van den Berge

Co-Founder / COO
Niels van den Berge is an expert on international development, climate and water, and has a background in sustainable forestry. He has worked with NGOs and governments on projects concerning water and sanitation, among others in Bangladesh, Mali, Kenya and Uganda. In addition, Niels has extensive experience in coaching and supporting sustainable enterprises in developing countries.

Brian Onenchan

Project Manager Uganda
Brian Onenchan is an architectural technician and a green building and sustainability advocate from Uganda, passionate about architecture, affordable housing, sustainable construction, environmental conservation, and commercial farming. He holds a diploma in architecture from Kyambogo University, Uganda and has attended several Green Building and Smart Farming trainings. He will oversee the Easy Housing projects in Uganda.

Marlene Salia

Junior Architect
Marlene Salia is a Junior Architect with a bachelor degree in Architecture and Physical Planning from Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique. She joined the Easy Housing team as she has interest in designing affordable and accessible houses through circular economy as a solution to the housing crisis in Mozambique and throughout.

Kim Laane

Junior Business Development
Kim Laane has done a bachelor in International Development Studies at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, and a masters in Science for Sustainable Development at Linköping University in Sweden. Kim started out as an intern at Easy Housing, but is now Junior Business Development while also working parttime at Linköping University.

Max Heidelberg

Junior Business Development
Max Heidelberg is a master student in International Economics & Development at the Radboud University in the Netherlands. Max has joined the team as an intern, and is now Junior Business Development. His work at Easy Housing perfectly combines his interests in emerging economies, sustainability and climate and his passion to contribute to the further development and progress of challenges that align with the principles of the SDGs.

Oonyu Jeremiah

Intern Architecture
Oonyu is an architect currently pursuing his Masters at the Institute for Advanced Architecture Catalonia. As part of his research; he is developing an interactive system to allow mass customization of housing based on computer-aided design and production systems. He is passionate about the "lo-fab" movement and is keen on how complex geometry can be achieved through local craft.

Sophie Mazur

Intern Business Development
Sophie Mazur is currently doing her masters in Sustainable Development at Utrecht University, focusing on International Development. Her experiences in Central America (clean water infrastructure) and Ghana (teaching) strengthened her passion for human rights and her belief in equal opportunity for a just, sustainable and healthy life. As an intern, she will help to quantify the impact of Easy Housing on the SDGs.

Oscar P. Mlay

Intern Engineering
Oscar P. Mlay is a registered engineer in Tanzania, with 8 years of experience as a consultant and contractor for high-profile construction and affordable housing projects. He has a bachelor in Civil and Structural Engineering, and a masters in International Construction Management and Engineering. He will join the Easy Housing team starting from October, and he is eager to seek opportunities to make the Tanzanian construction industry more sustainable.

Patricia Atrisia Rukud’de

Intern Architecture
Patricia Atrisia Rukud’de has a bachelor in Environmental Design at Uganda Martyrs University, and a wide variety of working experience both as an architect and product designer. Based in Uganda, she will work both on architecture and business development related tasks to further develop the Ugandan market.


Structural Engineer
Zani is a structural engineer with more than seven years experience in design and construction projects. She has worked across East Africa delivering social impact projects with a special focus on natural materials. She holds a Masters in Advanced Ecological Buildings and Biocities from IAAC and is a Techwomen fellow, passionate about improving the lives of women in STEM.

Easy Housing Ambassadors 

Alberto Cumerlato

Advisor Architecture
Alberto Cumerlato is a licenced architect in Italy and a registered member of OAPPC Venezia. He has worked for many renowned offices and organizations in Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Alberto’s passion for international development and sustainable architecture brought him in contact with Easy Housing, where he is now functioning as an advisor regarding architecture and design.

Josien de Koning

Advisor Architecture / Engineering
Josien de Koning is doing a master study in Integrated Building Systems at ETH Zürich and has experience in energy modelling and digitising of buildings. In the first half of 2022, she worked as an intern for Easy Housing, advancing the digitisation and automation of our building concept. Now, she is an advisor on this and many other topics.

Mikkel Jensen

Advisor Engineering
Mikkel Jensen is passionate about affordable housing and believes that a good home is a necessary foundation for all economic and social development. Eight years of his career, he has spend working in construction and timber industries in Africa, supervising all phases of housing construction in the tropics. He is proud to be working with Easy Housing, sharing his hands-on experience.

Caio Katz

Advisor Carbon Monetisation
Caio Katz is about to start his masters in Building and Urban Design in London. He has a background in carbon footprinting/auditing, sustainability, and energy efficiency in buildings. Caio will be joining Easy Housing as an ambassador per mid-September, and he is excited to be progressing the carbon credit side of our work, pushing forward the carbon monetisation of our projects.
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