12 Jun 2019


Following the open call "Houston, we have a problem" my master thesis can be seen until June 7th at the Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ in Berlin. It is one of over 100 visions and ideas that will be shown within the framework of the exhibition for climate-friendly and sustainable planning and building. In order to make this diversity visible, all submitted works will be exhibited in form of an archive table. The archive table will be available for inspection at the DAZ for the coming months and will be the starting point for a discussion programme in which it will be shown and discussed how designers and architects can act responsibly and sustainably in order to make future coexistence possible.

Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ, Berlin, 12 Jun – 7 Jul 2019. For further information please click here. Image © Leon Lenk

28 Mar 2019


Since this semester I have a teaching assignment for "Design and Representation" in the master program at the Faculty of Architecture and Design at HfT Stuttgart. The aim of my seminar THE CITY AS FOUND OBJECT – THE OBJECT AS FOUND CITY is to question contemporary production models of architecture and the city, to rediscover them and to stimulate experimentation and speculation. Therefore, the students should initially be inspired by the traces of the existing, everyday and ordinary - "as found" - and thus come to new insights. Following the example of City Metaphors (1982) by O. M. Ungers, the personal examination of everyday objects forms the basis of the further process of design and presentation. By filtering out the respective essence of the object, the subsequent research of analogies and metaphors as well as the formation of chains of association and narrative threads, a design attitude to the object-reference-combination is to be developed.

Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (HfT), Faculty of Architecture and Design, Master's Program in Urban Planning, summer 2019. Image: Collection of the examined objects

12 Apr 2019


I'm still thrilled and honored to announce that I will have the privilege to share some thoughts at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar in the context of this year's XIV. Internationales Bauhaus-Kolloquium.

In the anniversary year of the founding of the Bauhaus, this colloquium will bring together an inter­disciplinary community of researchers, providing a critical look back at its beginnings and a reflection on some of the core questions of the design disciplines of today. So inter­national architects, urban planners, artists, social scientists, historians, and theoreticians will confront representations and perspectives of the historical Bauhaus with the present day.

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, 10 Apr – 12 Apr 2019. For further information on the program and the participants, please click here. Design: Happy Little Accidents

30 Aug 2018


Projekt Bauhaus Werkstatt by ARCH+  / Datatopia Summer School of the KIT Chair for Architekturtheorie Karlsruhe will occupy the spaces of the Floating University from Aug 30 – Sep 2.

After the preliminary course “From Bauhaus to Silicon Valley” last year, this summer projekt bauhaus revives the Bauhaus’s workshop structure in order to explore the emancipatory potential of technology, to question the idea of progress, and to formulate a critique of the present through design.

Projekt Bauhaus Werkstatt/Datatopia will be hosting lectures, workshops, installations, and performances by Morehshin Allahyari, Alliance of Southern Triangle, Armen Avanessian, Nicolay Boyadjiev, Benjamin Bratton, Beatriz Colomina, Brave New Alps, Keller Easterling, Shirin Fahimi, Victoria Ivanova, Armin Linke, Olaf Nicolai, Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung, T'ai Smith, Ida Soulard, Georg Vrachliotis, Eyal Weizman, Ines Weizman, Mark Wigley, students and scholars from Columbia University, Princeton University, HFBK Hamburg, and participants of the Datatopia Summer School of the Chair for Architekturtheorie Karlsruhe.

Floating University, Berlin-Kreuzberg, 30 Aug – 2 Sep 2018. The program is held in English. Public Program from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. For further information on the program and the participants, please visit projekt bauhaus or click here. Image © projekt bauhaus / Meiré & Meiré