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Persons behind GENERALIST

 

bjorn-hekmatiBjörn Hekmati, Dr. – Ing., architectural studies at TU Darmstadt (diploma), recently working on his PHD project “Echtzeitpartizipation”. Owner of OLSON&HEKMATI longboards manufactory (2007). Since 2006 research and teaching assistant at TU Darmstadt, Chair of Urban Developement and Design. Founded Generalist 2008.

 

 

 

 

 

frank_metzgerFrank Metzger, Dipl. – Des., studies of Fine Art at the Academy for Art an Design Offenbach/Main (Diploma), Postgraduate Studies at the Acadamy of Fine Arts Vienna. Exhibitions home and abroad, recently f.e. “Playing the City”, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt/Main. Since 2008 research assistant at the TU Darmstadt, Department of Sculptural Design. Joined Generalist summer 2009. www.groeschmetzger.de

 

 

 

 

insa_reichenauInsa Reichenau, Dipl. – Ing., architectural studies at TU Darmstadt (diploma), from 2005 collaboration and project management by 54f architekten respectively es+ architekten. Since 2008 research assistant at TU Darmstadt, Construction and Experimental Design. Joined Generalist spring 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

adeline-seidelAdeline Seidel, Dipl. – Ing., is an architect, journalist and futurologist. She studied architecture and urban planning. Worked for various offices in Zurich and Berlin. 2006- 2011 scientific assistant at TU Darmstadt – Faculty for Architecture, Department of Urban Design. Her research and teaching focuses on future developments, scenario-based planning and architectural cross-innovation. Between 2010 – 2011 she joined the Weißenhof Institute  at the AbK Stuttgart – an institute dedicated to the interdisciplinary exchange between science, design, architecture and art. Adeline Seidel established GENERALIST (together with Björn Hekmati), the magazine and studio;  writing, strategy development and organizing in the fields of architecture, culture and the urban realm. Since 2012 she is one of the creative heads of the think tank Zukunftsinstitut in Frankfurt, focusing  on urbanisation, sustainability, construction and urban lifestyles.

 


Authors “On Designing”

 

Marc Angelil (*1954) Prof.,Dr. Dipl. Arch., is Professor for Architecture and Design at the Institute of Urban Design, ETH Zurich. His research adresses recent developments at the periphery of large metropolitan regions, focussed on strategies to support sustainable urban processes. He most recently published  “Deviations – A Manual” concerning the tuiton of architectural Design at the ETH Zurich.  Together with his three partners he forms the cooperative agps.architecture, based in Los Angeles and Zurich.

 

Jörg Baumeister (*1962), Prof., Dipl.-Ing., teaches Urban Design and Developement at Addis Ababa University, Etheopia. He graduatet from TU Braunschweig, where he then worked as a research assistant to Prof. G. Auer and practiced as an architect until 2007. His research focusses on urban lighting.

 

Verena von Beckerath (*1960), Dipl.-Ing., is an architect based in Berlin.  She studied sociology, psychology and history of arts, before she graduated in architecture. She taught at the TU Berlin, UdK Berlin and HS Anhalt-Dessau. In cooperation with Tim Heide, she forms the architecture office Heide | von Beckerath. Their work is exhibited internationally, published and awarded.

 

Karolin Bräg (*1961) is an artist based in Munich. She works as an artistic assistant at the Chair of Sculptural Design, TU Munich. She studied Sculpture at the AdBK Munich and was awarded a Diploma. Her work was part of a great number of group and solo exhibitions.

 

Karl-Heinz Einberger (*1964) Dipl.-Ing., is artistic assistant at the Chair of Sculptural Design at the TU Munich. After graduating in civil engineering he worked in this profession for several years, before studying sculptural arts at the University of Northern Iowa. He finished his studies at the AdBK Munich, where he was awarded a Diploma. His work was much exhibited, lastly “Collizione Don Bosco” in Bozen and “Zitiert” in Landshut.

 

Johann Eisele (*1948), Prof., Dipl.-Ing., teaches Architectural Design at the TU Darmstadt, and  he is Vice-Dean for public relations. Furthermore he teaches at the IREBS Regensburg. Together with Bettina and Claus Staniek he runs the office es+

 

Oliver Elser (*1972), Dipl.-Ing., is a free architecture critic based in Frankfurt am Main. He writes for different newspapers and magazines (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Texte zur Kunst, Bauwelt et al.). Before he was appointed curator at the Deutsches Architektur Museum DAM in Frankfurt am Main in 2007, he was assistant professor at the Institute of Building Theory at the TU Graz.

 

Andreas Hild (*1961), Prof., Dipl.-Ing., is an architect based in Munich, where he runs Hild+K Architekten together with Dionys  Ottl. Their work is exhibited internationally and awarded various prizes. He taught in Munich, Kaiserslautern, Hamburg and Graz and is now Professor for Design and Interior Architecture at the TU Darmstadt.

 

Meinhard von Gerkan (*1935), Prof., Dr. h. c. mult., Dipl.-Ing., founded gmp Architekten together with Vokwin Marg. Having held numerous professorships in Hamburg, Brunswik, Tokyo and Dalian et al., he foundet the Acadamy for Architectural Culture in Hamburg in 2008. Here he teaches a masterclass.

 

Tina Haase, Prof., teaches sculptural design at the TU Munich. Having finished her studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, she attended a master class by Fritz Schwegler. She had a professorship at the FH Niederrhein  and was awarded numerous  prizes, amongst others the Chargesheimer Prize of the city of Cologne and the Barkenhoff Prize Worpswede.

 

Dirk Hebell (*1971), M. Sc., Dipl.-Arch., is assistant professor at Marc Angélil’s Chair at the Departement of Architecture, ETH Zurich. He is in charge of the first-year course “Architecture and Design”. His research is focussed on the urban and the human body, taken as social an biological constructs. It is aimed at the developement of new  approaches in architectural research. Together with his partner Jörg Stollmann, he runs the office INSTANT. Some of their latest works are “instant bottle” and “inventioneering architecture”.

 

Dagmar Jäger (*1964), Prof., Dr. Ing., runs an interdisciplinary studio with her Partner Christian Pieper: jp3_Architektur & Gestaltung. She teaches artistic transformation processes at the UdK  in Berlin. Recently she published the book “Schnittmuster Strategie, eine dialogische Entwurfslehre”. At the UdK she initiated the course of lectures “creative processes in dialogue”, where she presents talks on relations between different creative disciplines.

Marieluise Jonas (*1973), Dipl.-Ing., is a landscape architect based in Tokyo. After graduating in landscape architecture she attended PhD programs at the RWTH Aachen and the University of Tokyo.  She recently earns her doctorate with a dissertation on informal gardens in Tokyo. Her work has been published in different magazines, Zoll+, JoLa et al.

 

Richard Knoll (*1968), Dipl.-Ing., is scientific assistant at the chair of Design, Building Theory and Interior Design at the BTU Cottbus. He studied architecture at the TH Darmstadt and praticed as an architect in different offices.

 

Reinhard König (*1976), Dipl.-Ing., Dipl.-Ing. (FH), studied architecure and urban design at the FH Munich and the TU Kaiserslautern. Recently he finishes his doctoral thesis at the Institute of  Town Planning, Regional Development and Country Planning. He furthermore works as a research scientist at the Chair of Computer Science in Architecture at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar. His research focuses on generative design systems, the complexity of urban systems and societies as well as urban research by means of agent based models and cellular automata.

 

Ulrich Panick (*1957), is a sculptor and free artist based in Munich. He works as a scientific assistant at the Chair of Sculptural Design at the TU Munich. After studies in mechanical engingeering and an aprenticeship as a sculptor he studied arts a the AdBK Munich under professor Leo Kornbrust. He is part of the group open system(s), whose work is focussed on art in public space.

 

Günter Pfeifer (*1948), Prof., Dipl.-Ing., teaches Design and Housing at the TU Darmstadt. With Christoph Kuhn he runs Pfeifer.Kuhn.Architekten. Besides various own buildings, the office realised projects for Tadao Ando, Alvaro Siza et al.. His most recent publications are “Die Typologie des Hofhauses” and “Entwerfen Lernen” about methods of teaching architectural design at his chair.

 

Christian Praeger(*1973), Dipl.-Ing. is scientific assistant at the Chair of  Design, Building Theory and Interior Design at the BTU Cottbus. With Jana Richter he forms the office pr Architekten, based in Berlin. He edited several publications and exhibitions and founded “saft” in 2002, an architecture magazine based in Frankfurt and Sydney.

 

Judith Reeh (*1966), Dipl.-Ing., studied architecture in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe. She is scientific assistant at the TU Darmstadt, Chair of Design and Building Theory. Her research is focussed on design strategies and teaching methods in the 20th century. She works on a dissertation about teaching methods in architecture.

 

Michael Tümmers (*1973), Dipl.-Ing., studied architecture at the RWTH Aachen. He worked as a project leader for Bryden Wood Associates in London and Léon Wohlhage Wernik Architekten in Berlin, before coming to the BTU Cottbus as a scientific assistant. After another cooperation with Léon Wohlhage Architekten in 2007, he is now employed at gmp Architekten in Berlin.

 

Katharina Tielsch (*1971), Dipl.-Ing., is an architect and architecture journalist based in Vienna.  She works as a scientific assistant at the Department for Structural Planning and Timber Construction, Institute for Architecture Science, TU Vienna, as well as at the Institute for Comparative Architecture Research. She focusses on the critical analysis of the professional field of architecture, besides timber construction, architecture and nature.

 

Arne Winkelmann (*1969), Dr. phil., Dr. Ing., Dipl.-Ing., is a free author, curator and journalist based in Frankfurt and Berlin. He studied German language and literature, philosophy and free arts, before graduating in architecture at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar. In Weimar he earned his doctorate with a thesis on “Das Pionierlager Artek. Realität und Utopie in der sowjetischen Architektur der sechziger Jahre”.  He was employed as a scientific assistant at the Deutsches Architektur Museum DAM in Frankfurt and edited various publications, “Das Haus im Haus. Zur Wirkungsgeschichte einer Entwurfsidee” et al..

 

Julia Zillich (*1970), Dipl.-Ing., is an architect based in Berlin. She works as a scientific assistant at the Chair of Design, Building Theory and Interior Design, BTU Cottbus. She studied at the TU Berlin and worked (amongst others) for Peter Zumthor afterwards.

 


Authors “Got a Plan”

 

Günter Barczik (*1969), Dipl.-Ing., runs together with Heike Matcha the architectural office hmgb in Berlin. He is assistant professor at BTU Cottbus. After his studies in Aachen and Cottbus, he worked for several offices in Berlin, Wien and London. Beside his office projects, he researches for new ways in the designing processes through dynamic contextual ermegence and activation of so far unapproachable geometrical structures

 

Joshua Bolchover (*1974), MA (Cantab), DipArch UCL, is an urban researcher, academic and architect. He is currently a Professional Consultant at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has curated, designed and contributed to several international exhibitions was a local curator for the Manchester-Liverpool section of Shrinking Cities between 2003 – 05. He has collaborated with Raoul Bunschoten, Chora, researching strategic urban projects, and has worked with Diller + Scofidio in New York. Joshua has previously taught architecture at London Metropolitan University, Cambridge University and the Architectural Association.

 

Christopher Dell (*1965), theorist and musician, lives and works in Berlin and Hamburg. Dell currently teaches as guest professor for architectural theory in urban design / ‘culture of metropolises’ at the HafenCity University in Hamburg. There, together with Bernd Kniess and Michael Koch, he directs the educational and research project “Universität der Nachbarschaften” [University of neighborhoods] within the framework of the International Building Exhibition in Hamburg. In 2009, two of his works will be published: Tacit Urbanism: Production of Space in Everyday Kolkata, and Improvisations on Urbanity, with Ton Matton, from post editions of Rotterdam.

 

Johann Eisele (*1948), Prof. Dipl.-Ing., teaches Architectural Design at the TU Darmstadt, and he is Vice-Dean for public relations. Furthermore he teaches at the IREBS Regensburg. Together with Bettina and Claus Staniek he runs the office es+.

 

Eric Firley, Architect and urban designer (EPFL Lausanne, Bauhaus Universität Weimar, LSE London), with working experience in London and Paris. He has recently written (together with Caroline Stahl) “The Urban Housing Handbook” (published by John Wiley and Sons), and has given invited lectures in several universities, including the AA, Bartlett and TU Darmstatt. He is currently based in Paris

 

Michael Hirschbichler (*1983), MArch ETH, is currently assistant professor at the ETH Zurich and teaches the first year course at the Chair of Architecture and Design, Prof. Marc Angelil. He has worked for GRAFT LLC, Coop Himmelb(l)au and AGPS Architecture. Hirschbirchler received the SIA, Swiss Engineer and Architects Association, Architecture Prize 2008.

 

Michael Hudler (*1970), Dipl. Communicationdesigner, works as a free photographer focused on documentary-, coverage- and portraitphotographi. He photographes for magazines (et. al.) like brand eins, Zeit Leben, Neon and Neuland. He is entrusted by design offices, book publishers and advertising agencies. “The Moments, where reality does not fit the picture are often merciless and sometimes surprisingly amazing. This is what my work is about – and thats the way I like it.”

 

Dagmar Jäger (*1964), Prof. Dr.-Ing., runs an interdisciplinary studio with her Partner Christian Pieper: jp3_Architektur & Gestaltung. She teaches artistic transformation processes at the UdK in Berlin. Recently she published the book “Schnittmuster Strategie, eine dialogische Entwurfslehre”. At the UdK she initiated the course of lectures “creative processes in dialogue”, where she presents talks on relations between different creative disciplines.

 

Majken Rehder (*1969), Dipl. cultural scientist, since 2002, she is developing strategic and creative concepts for books, products and exhibitions, such as „Zaunwelten, Zäune und Zeitzeugen. Geschichten zur Alltagskultur der DDR.“ In 2009 the „Mängelset“ received an ADC award in the category „graphic“.

 

Geo Reisinger (*1971), DipArch. BA., is an architect based in New York and Frankfurt. He received his education in London, with a BA from Westminster University and a Diploma from the Bartlett School at University College. He has worked for several offices in Berlin, Barcelona, London and New York. His own practice „emanate“ produces objects, images and texts as continuous research into the possibilities of architecture as a social art form. Reisingers current research interests include applying Actor-Network Theory to architectural practice and investigating non-verbal Communication through a series of sound installations.

 

Borries Schwesinger (*1978), studied urban planning and communication design. He is co-founder of the magazine “echtzeit“ and the design office ”formdusche“. In 2007 he published “Formulare gestalten“ (“designing forms“). Schwesinger lives and works as a freelance designer in Berlin asnd Oxford. He received several design awards for his works.

 


 

Authors “Research”

 

Günter Barczik (*1969), Dipl.-Ing., runs together with Heike Matcha the architectural office hmgb in Berlin. He is assistant professor at BTU Cottbus. After his studies in Aachen and Portsmouth he worked for several offices in Berlin, Wien and London. Beside his office projects, he researches for new ways in the designing processes through dynamic contextual ermegence and activation of so far unapproachable geometrical structures.

 

Friedrich von Borries (*1974), Prof. Dr. Ing., is teaching Design Theory and curatorial practice at the HfBK Hamburg and is curator for design at the Museum for Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg. 2001–2003 he taught at TU Berlin and 2002–2005 at Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau. He has been guest researcher at ETH Zürich (2007–2008) and at MIT Cambrigde. At AdbK Nürnburg, von Borries was temporary managing the class “Art in public space” and visiting professor at the Institute of Urban Research. Actually he is a research fellow at Goldsmiths College and member of the “Junge Akademie” at “Berlin- Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften” and “Deutschen Akademie für Naturforscher Leopoldina”. Friedrich von Borries was the General Commissionar of the German Pavillon at the Architecture Biennale Venice 2008.

 

Caroline Fafflok (* 1977), M.A., Dipl.-Ing., is research assitant at the department of Architecture Energy Efficient Building Design (Prof. Hegger). She is engaged in public relation on the topics Energy Efficience and sustainability in architecture. Among the press and public relations for Solar Decathlon 2009 she is leading an interdisciplinary researchprojekt within the solar competition. After her diploma she worked in the press departments of the Deutsches Architekturmuseum and Albert Speer and Partners, before coming back to TU Darmstadt.

 

Susanne Hauser (*1957), Prof. Dr. habil., is professor for History of Art and Cultural Studies at the College of Architecture, Media and Design at the Berlin University of the Arts. From 2000 to 2003 she taught landscape aesthetics at the University of Kassel, from 2003 to 2005 she was professor for History of Art and Cultural Studies at the Faculty of Architecture at the Graz University of Technology. There she was head of the Institute of Architectural Theory, History of Art and Cultural Studies. Publications among others: Metamorphosen des Abfalls. Konzepte für alte Industrieareale, Frankfurt/M.: Campus 2001; Spielsituationen. Über das Entwerfen von Städten und Häusern (= 10. Vilém Flusser Lecture), Köln: König 2003; mit Christa Kamleithner: Ästhetik der Agglomeration, Wuppertal: Müller+Busmann, 2006; mit Daniel Gethmann (Hg.): Kulturtechnik Entwerfen, Bielefeld: transcript 2009.

 

Dagmar Jäger (*1964), Prof. Dr. Ing., is an architect, author and professor – living in Berlin. She tested with the Group StillePost! an interdisciplinary design teaching at the UdK Berlin. At the Technische Universität Cottbus she is the initiator of an european master course, that will take place at eight Universities between Tallinn, Tel Aviv and Lisbon for architecture students and students of architecture related faculties. Dagmar Jäger is also visting professor for design methods at BTU Cottbus. Her research focuses on design theory, collective creating processes and interdisciplinary spatial strategies. She is initiator of several symposia, lecture series and panel discussions like “Schaffensprozesse im Dialog” at the Udk Berlin. Dagmar Jäger works together with Christian Pieper at their studio jp3 Architektur + Gestaltung and with publishing “Schnittmuster Strategie” (Reimer 2008) she established a dialogical design tenet.

 

Klaus Köberer (*1978) studied from 20oo till 2007 architecture at TU Darmstadt. In between 2004 and 2006 he designed and realisied a project with recycled materials together with Andreas Hachulla at the Experimentierfeld of TU Darmstadt. After his studies he worked for Wandewl Hoefer Lorch Architekten in Saarbrücken. Since 2008 he is freelancer in Wiesbaden.

 

Astrid Korntheuer (*1979), works as an artist in Frankfurt am Main. She studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach (HfG) and at Karel de Grote-Hogeschool in Antwerp, Belgium. In the last few years, she received several awards and grants for her work. In 2009 Astrid Korntheuter gained a stipend and a lectureship for staged photography at the School of Arts ENSA Bourges, France. Her art was shown in solo-exhibition in Frankfurt am Main, Antwerpen and Offenbach and in many group exhibitions home and abroad. Upcoming shows will be in Paris and in Vienna.

 

Konstanze Noack (*1965), Dipl. Ing., studied architecture at TU Braunschweig and Università degli studi di Firenze Florence. She has worked for several architectural offices like KSP, Gruber & Popp and Jakob Lehrecke. At BTU Cottbus she is research and teaching assistant at the Department Design and Urban Planning, Prof. Nagler.

 

Günter Pfeifer (*1943) is professor for designing and public housing at the TU Darmstadt and is leading the office Pfeifer Kuhn Architekten in Freiburg together with Christoph Kuhn. The office is also understood as an laboratory for the realisation of experimental buildings. The outcome of this experimental projects are as well resaerch projects. Günter Pfeifer is auther of numerous manuals and publications. 2009 he was honored with the Gottfried-Semper-Architekturprize by the Sächsische Akademie der Künste.

 

Isabell Schäfer (* 1979), Dipl.-Ing., is research assistant at the department of Architecture Energy Efficient Building Design (Prof. Hegger).After completing the projetc leadingship of Solar Decathlon 2007 she is responsible the researchcoordination of the department. Within researchprojects and publications she is involved in the development of new contents of Energy Efficience and sustainability. As an auditor for Deutsche Gütesiegel Nachhaltiges Bauen (DGNB) and Energieberater (TUD) she is involved in projects beyond university.

 


 

Authors “Use & Habit”

 

Günter Barczik (*1969), Dipl.-Ing., runs together with Heike Matcha the architectural office hmgb in Berlin. He is research assistant at BTU Cottbus. After his studies in Aachen and Portsmouth he worked for several offices in Berlin, Wien and London. Beside his office projects, he researches for new ways in the designing processes through dynamic contextual ermegence and activation of so far unapproachable geometrical structures.

 

BêkaFilms, located in France and Italy, are Louise Lemoine and Ila Bêka. Bêka was born in Italy and studied architecture. Lemoine, born in France, has studied literature and Philosophy at the Paris Sorbonne. Both created the film series “Living Architecture”—starting with “Koolhaas Houselife”, DVD and Book released 2008. Till now they realised four new films, for example “Xmas Meier” and “Gehry’s Vertigo”. www.bekafilms.it

 

Mateusz Broniarek (*1984), Dipl.-Ing., studied architecture at the TU Darmstadt and the ETH Zürich. 2006 wins the “Mengler Prize”. 2008 internship at EM2N Zürich. 2009 Work for M|K Architekten in Darmstadt.

 

Christopher Dell (*1965), theorist and musician, lives and works in Berlin and Hamburg. Dell currently teaches as guest professor for architectural theory in urban design / ‘culture of metropolises’ at the HafenCity University in Hamburg. There, together with Bernd Kniess and Michael Koch, he directs the educational and research project “Universität der Nachbarschaften” [University of neighborhoods] within the framework of the International Building Exhibition in Hamburg.

 

Wiebke Grösch and Frank Metzger (*1970 and 1969) are working together as an artist duo since 1996. Their work is focusing on socio-cultural and urbanistic issues. Exhibitions f. e. at Arpmuseum Remagen, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt/Main, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin. Since 2008 Frank Metzger is research assistant at the department of Sculptural Design TU Darmstadt. www.groeschmetzger.de

 

Monika Grubbauer (*1975), Dr. rer. soc., Mag. arch., Architect, since 2009 lecturer at the chair for interdisciplinary urban research TU Darmstadt. Studied architecture 1993–2001 TU Vienna / University for applied art Vienna, 1997–2004 work for different architectural offices in Vienna. 2004–2009 PhD project at the institute for sociology TU Vienna, Prof. Jens Dangschat.

 

Marc Hassenzahl is Professor for ,User Experience and Ergonomics‘ at the Folkwang University in Essen and research manager at MediaCity, Åbo Akademi University, Vaasa, Finland. He is particular interested in the positive affective and motivational aspects of interactive technologies – in short: User Experience. He also is founding and active board member of the ,German Usability Professionals’ Association‘.

 

niko.31, in Leipzig, is a discourse and exposure space for any kind of action that is related to issues on urbanism, culture, landscape and social engagement; founded 2001 by Jens Fischer (*1962), Dipl.-Ing., urban planner and architect; lives in Leipzig; Katja Heinecke (*1969), Dipl.-Ing., landscape architect, lives in Hamburg and Leipzig; Reinhard Krehl (*1965), Dipl.-Ing., arist, lives in Leipzig; Silke Steets (*1973), Dr. phil., Soziologin, lives in Darmstadt and Leipzig; Nils Emde (*1974), Dipl. VK / Media, artist, lives in Hamburg. The projects and activities by niko.31 are starting directly in the environment of urban protagonists. They explore the manifold, often obstinate practice, documenting and use them as a possible source for future planning and design. Furthermore with their interventions they want to give stimulations to rebuild lost communication – or to find new forms of interactions.

 

Konstanze Noack (*1965), Dipl. Ing., studied architecture in Braunschweig and Florence, lives and works in Berlin. As a research and teaching assistant she taught urban planing and design at the BTU Cottbus and founded the office USE – Urban Space Exploration. In work and research she is occupied with the city as a ‘defined space of opportunities’, that is the relationship between social and morphological space and its production and meaning.

 

Peter Piller (*1968), Artist, is professor for photography in the field of contemporary art at Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig since 2006. Numerous exhibitions, recently f. e.: Centre de la Photographie, Geneva, Tate Modern, London, Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle, Bonn. www.peterpiller.de

 

Andrea Schaffar, communication scientist, teaches at several Universities in Vienna. She works at the Technical University Vienna, faculty of architecture as a social scientist. Since 2009 she is Scholarin at the Institute for Höhere Studien in Vienna. In her second occupational field Schaffar works as a Coach – since 1997.

 

Ruth Shapira, Architect, Graduate diploma in Architecture and Town Planning Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Master of Architecture University of California, Berkeley. Lecturer of Urban Design David Azrieli School of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tel Aviv since 1996. Ornath Shapira Architecture and Urban Design, Tel Aviv since 1999, diverse senior positions at the urban design section, the municipality of Tel Aviv and the office of urban design, DOT, municipality of NYC.

Robert Temel works a researcher and mediator for architecture and urbanism. He is research assistant at the Technical University Vienna and Scholar at the Institute for Höhere Studien in Vienna. Since 1998, Temel is a member at the executive board of the Austrian Society for Architecture; 2003-2009 he has been its chairman. Publications: RT: „In the meantime, everything changes“, in: S. Lindemann, I. Schutten: Between Times, Amsterdam 2010; F. Haydn, RT: Temporary Urban Spaces. Concepts for the Use of City Spaces, Basel 2006

 


 

Authors “Saving”

 

Ioanna Angelidou architect and collector of trivial data based in New York, occasionally elsewhere. Received a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University New York and a Master in Architecture with High Honours from Aristotle University Thessaloniki. She has worked as an architect in Europe and Japan and is currently completing a research project on elastic modernity and the city.

 

Nicola Braghieri (*1967), studied Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and is co-founder of the architectural practice EX-M. He is visiting professor at the TU Darmstadt and PhD Candidate at the University of Genua. He ist ues lecturer at numerous international universities. Since 2008 Braghieri is Editor of the Magazine Casabella.

 

Harald Gerhäußer (*1982), M. A. in German language and literature studies, Eberhard-Karls-Universität in Tübingen. He is founder and editor of RICHTUNGSDING, a magazine for contemporary literature. Gerhäußer lives as a freelance journalist in Bochum. www.richtungsding.com

 

Kristina Herresthal, Dipl. – Ing. Arch, studied architecture at the TU Berlin and the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow. Following her degree she worked for the urban research project Shrinking Cities and the architectural magazine ARCH+. After a study and working visit in New York in 2008 she now works as architect and architectural journalist in Berlin.

 

Meinrad Morger (*1957), Architect SIA/BSA, is professor for Design and Building Typologies at the TU Darmstadt since April 2010. He received numerous prices and awards for his built work from 1988 on with his office Morger & Degelo Architekten and since 2006 together with Fortunato Dettli as Morger + Dettli Architekten. As a guest lecturer he taught at the EPFL in Lausanne and at the ETH in Zürich. From 2003 to 2008 he was a professor at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts and from 2008 – 2010 he was professor at the RWTH Aachen.

 

Günter Pfeifer (*1943), professor for designing and public housing at the TU Darmstadt, is leading the office Pfeifer Kuhn Architekten in Freiburg together with Christoph Kuhn. The office is also understood as an laboratory for the realisation of experimental buildings. The outcome of this experimental projects are as well resaerch projects. Günter Pfeifer is author of numerous manuals and publications. 2009 he was honored with the Gottfried-Semper-Architekturprize by the Sächsische Akademie der Künste.

 

Claudia Weber (*1970), artist, lives in New York. In her installations, which combine sculpture and photography, she investigates the cultural significations of architectural spaces and materials. Exhibition projects include among others: Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin; White Columns, New York; Contemporary Art Center, Brétigny, and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York. www.claudiaweber.net

 

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