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Florian Bengert (Ludwigshafen am Rhein, 1989) studied architecture at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and graduated with distinction in 2017. Over the period of his studies he supported the chair of Architekturkommunikation (Prof. Dr. Riklef Rambow) from 2012 – 2017 as a research assistant as well as Raum + Entwerfen (Prof. Marc Frohn) since 2014, where he is currently involved in academic research. Beside some guest studies at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG) he gained working experience in several offices including Buchner Bründler Architekten in Basel.

Funded by the scholarship program of the Sto-Foundation and the ARCH+ Förderverein, he was part of the Berlin based ARCH+ editorial team in 2016/2017, where he contributed to several issues, ARCH+ features and symposia. Further grants include the five-time awarding with the Deutschlandstipendium, the DAAD Erasmus+ Program and a guest residency at the German Academy Rome Villa Massimo in July 2017.

He received a double-time compliment award of the Faculty of Architecture in 2012, his bachelor thesis was awarded the 2nd prize at the BauNetz Campus Masters in 2014 and his master thesis, which examines the smartphone as the New Architecture Machine of the 21st century, was awarded the Friedrich-Weinbrenner-Prize 2017 for outstanding theses.

In the summer of 2016 he organized the lecture series „LIVE LOVE ARCH – Towards a Methodic Optimism“ at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), in which he discussed positions, potentials and strategies for the current production of architecture with Dogma, BeL and Fala Atelier among others.

From the beginning of his activities, he has worked on the interplay between architecture, technology, media and society by focusing on the theory and history of architecture in the 20th and 21st centuries. His critical, speculative and playful projects have widely been shown at various international venues such as the 13th Architecture Biennale (Venice 2012), the Future Architecture Platform (Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana 2017), the Haus der Architektur (Graz 2017), MAXXI – the National Museum of XXI Century Arts (Rome 2017) and the Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism (Seoul 2017).



German Academy Rome Villa Massimo, guest stay
Sto Foundation and ARCH+ Förderverein


2. MWSP Architecture Prize, recognition
German Design Award, nomination


Tour de l‘Europe, 3rd Prize


Heinze Architekten Award, shortlist
BauNetz Campus Masters, 2nd Prize
DAAD Erasmus+ Program


City of Pforzheim, award


Faculty for Architecture (KIT), award





„Space in Time”, in: Sophie Lovell, Fiona Shipwright (Ed.): Archifutures. Volume 4: Thresholds. A field guide to navigating the future of architecture, Barcelona 2017, pp. 178 – 181

„Ausstellung: Der Architekt als Krisenmanager“, in: Der Standard, 1 Jul 2017

Drawing as a Response to Everything and Everyone“, in: KooZA/arch, 16 Apr 2017

„Space in Time”, in: Future Architecture Platform, Jan 2017


Space in Time“, in: afasia I archzine, 14 Dez 2016
„Curiosity“, in: The Architectural Review Folio, 6 Aug 2016

„Was treibt Architekten an?“, in: BauNetz, 26 Apr 2016

„Immer wieder Eiermann“, in: Baumeister 01/2016

„Stipendiaten im Porträt“, in: Sto-Stiftung, 08 Dez 2016


„Visualisierung. Planung sichtbar machen“, in: PlanerIn 01/2013



14 Jul 2017: „Thoreau‘s Cabins of the Global Village“ at MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome, IT

23 Jun 2017: „Space in Time“ at Haus der Architektur, Graz, AT

17 Feb 2017: „Space in Time – The Future ofLogistic Landscapes“ at Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana, SI ︎video


At the moment we are not looking for new employees, but we accept spontaneous applications with a digital portfolio (10 mb maximum) in pdf-format at hello@bngrt.com. We will consult our archive when looking for new employees.


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„Kontextuelle Narrative – Thomas Kröger im Gespräch mit Anh-Linh Ngo, Florian Bengert, Max Kaldenhoff“, in: ARCH+ 228: „Stadtland. Der neue Rurbanismus

„Rural Urban Framework: Mulan School and Educational Landscape“, in: ARCH+ 228

„Rural Urban Framework: A House For All Seasons in Shijia“, in: ARCH+ 228

„ZAO/standardarchitecture: Village Mountains“, in: ARCH+ 228

„Issei Suma: Koya“, in: ARCH+ 228

Learning from Frei Otto“, in: Architectuul, 04 May 2017

Make Architecture Great Again“, in: Sto-Stiftung Blog 01/2017


„1+1>2: Jungle Flower“, in: ARCH+ 226: „Vietnam – Die stille Avantgarde


Entdeckungsreise durch Monument Valley“, in: Baumeister, 17 Nov 2015



„Imminent Commons: Cities Exhibition”, Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, Seoul, KR, 2 Sep – 14 Nov 2017

„The Theaters of Culture: Ephemeral Projects for the Eternal City”, MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome, IT, 14 Jul – 30 Jul 2017

„Architecture After the Future”, Haus der Architektur, Graz, AT, 23 Jun – 30 Jul 2017

„In Data We Trust”, Oripeau, Nantes, FR, 27 Feb – 6 Mar 2017

„Future Architecture Platform”, Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Ljubljana, SI, 16 Feb – 18 Feb 2017


„LIVE LOVE ARCH – Towards a Methodic Optimism”, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), DE, 27 Apr – 6 Jul 2017

„StadtGestalten Symposium + Live-Ausstellung”, die Anstoß, Karlsruhe, DE, 29 Apr 2017


„Pop-Up-Office. Ideal:Stadt”, Architekturschaufenster, Karlsruhe, DE, 26 Nov 2015 (in collaboration with Lukas Bessai and Jan Liesegang / raumlaborberlin)


IBA Basel 2020 Project Group „Transformationsgebiete”, Basel, CH (graphic recording in collaboration with Nicolas Wolf and Dr. Martina Baum / Studio.Urbane Strategien)


„Heimatabende”, Architekturschaufenster Karlsruhe, DE, 6 Nov – 28 Nov 2012 (graphic recording in collaboration with Nicolas Wolf)

„40.000 hours”, 13th International Architecture Exhibition: „Common Ground”, Venice, IT, 29 Aug – 25 Nov 2012 (together with Thomas Schmitz)

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