Dipl.-Ing, born in Hamburg. Studied landscape architecture and urban design at the University of Kassel and the Academie van Bouwkunst in Amsterdam. Partner at urbikon.com since 2008, project manager A24 Landscape from 2009 to 2020, at the University of Kassel since 2019 and co-managing director at Europan Germany since 2021. She lives in Berlin and the Prignitz and works and researches on the future of mobility, rural space, landscape architecture, sustainable urban development and participation.
Dipl.-Ing., born 1978 in Berlin. Studied architecture at the Technical University of Berlin. Active as an architect and urbanist in the fields of architecture, urban development, urban and regional planning. Since 2020, she has been teaching as a professor of urban planning at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Managing director of Europan Deutschland e.V. and owner of PfAU.
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Prof. Dr., studied architecture and urban planning at the Technical University of Berlin and Darmstadt and at the Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Porto, Portugal. He is professor of urban planning at the interdisciplinary Faculty of Education, Architecture and Arts at the University of Siegen. His focus is on sustainable transformations and co-production in urban design. He won the E8 in Babenhausen with his office metris architekten + stadtplaner. Since E10, he has served on the board of Europan Germany.
He is an architecture critic, urban planner and curator from Berlin and deputy editor-in-chief of the magazines Bauwelt and Stadtbauwelt. He lectures and publishes, many of them on housing and urban development in Europe from post-war modernism to the present, and is a member of many architecture and urban planning juries, including juror of the "Grand Prix de l'Urbanisme" in France and various Europan competitions in neighboring European countries. He is also vice-chairman of the board of Europan Germany and a member of the electoral board of trustees of the Schelling Architecture Foundation.
Dr., studied architecture in Hamburg and Berlin. Together with Matthias Lohmann, she runs the office subsolar* architektur & stadtforschung in Berlin. She received her PhD in 2012 and today works in practice, teaching and research of urban and social transformation. She is a member of the Association of German Women Architects (BDA), the Real Estate Network and vice-chair of the board of Europan Germany.
Studied architecture at the HTWK Leipzig and urban design at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. He has been a partner in the office Station C23 Architects and Landscape Architects in Leipzig and Weimar since 2002. He participated in Europan 7 in Tromsø (runner up) and Europan 8 "Kleines Dreieck" (winner) and is a member of committee/board Europan Germany since 2006. Since 2019 he is involved in the Masterplan Stadtgrün Leipzig.
Studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich. Since 2006, she has been head of the department "Technical Matters of Housing Construction, Experimental Housing Construction" at the Bavarian State Ministry of Housing, Construction and Transport and, since 2014, vice president of the Bavarian regional group of the Deutscher Werkbund.
born 1969. studied architecture at the Regensburg University of Applied Sciences. After successfully graduating, he completed further studies in architecture with a focus on monument preservation and urban planning at the Technical University of Dresden. Since 2011, he has been head of the Department of Planning and Building of the City of Erlangen and is responsible for the areas of building management, civil engineering, urban planning, traffic and surveying, building supervision as well as the staff unit project development.
Dr.-Ing., born in Berlin. Studied architecture at RWTH Aachen University. She is an alderwoman of the city of Essen (ret.) and honorary president of the German Association for Housing, Urban Development and Regional Planning. She served as head of office in the city planning department, head of the building department and alderwoman for planning, building and land of the city of Essen.
Prof. Dr., studied architecture at the Technical University of Darmstadt and at Bartlett University Collage London. She received her PhD in urban and regional planning from the University of Kassel. She is a full professor of urban planning and theory of the city at the University of Applied Sciences Munich, architect, urban researcher and co-founder of OFFSEA (office for socially engaged architecture). She researches everyday places in urban regions, rituals of living, the future of large housing estates, co-creation as a form of (post)participatory urban development, personal perspectives on the production of space in old age, cultural houses as places of urban society, and the inclusive city.
Prof., studied architecture at the Technical University of Berlin. She is an architect and since 2018 professor for urbanism and design at the Institute for Urbanism at the TU Dresden. Since 2017, she has been running the planning office Urban Catalyst GmbH in Berlin with eight partners*. The office focuses on integrated urban development and cooperative urban planning.
Studied urban planning & communications in Berkeley and Berlin. He works with his team at Belius in Berlin and elsewhere on community-oriented neighborhood developments. Since 2012, he has also moderated the round table on real estate policy in the Berlin House of Representatives for the initiative Stadt Neudenken.
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Prof., studied architecture in Germany and France, where he later worked. Since 2001 he runs an office for urban planning and architecture in Berlin. He taught at several European universities and has been head of the department of urban planning, transformation and design at the Saar School of Architecture since 2017.
Studied architecture and architecture management in Karlsruhe and Berlin. He worked as an architect and urban planner in Karlsruhe and Stuttgart before becoming a consultant for integrated urban development, urban planning, structural engineering, architecture and building culture at the German Association of Cities.
Prof. Dr., born 1959 in Mühlhausen, Thuringia. Studied architecture at the University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (now Bauhaus University) Weimar. She worked as a freelance architect and urban planner with the Büro für urbane Projekte in Leipzig from 1991 to 2013 and has been Senate Building Director of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen at the Senator for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Urban Development and Housing since 2013. From 2004 to 2013, she also taught as a professor of urban and regional planning at the University of Kassel.
born in Beirut. Studied architecture at the Technical University of Berlin and the Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona. He is an architect, urbanist and partner of Bureau Ruiz Saad, which works across scales at the intersections of strategic urbanism, urban research and architecture. In addition, he researches and teaches on spatial heterogeneity, diversity of use, and adaptability of architectural typologies and urban systems at TU Berlin.
Dr., born 1969 in Hamburg. Since 2020, she has headed the foundation projects of Stiftung Berliner Leben - a foundation of Gewobag. From 2017-2019, she was deputy chair of the board of the Bundesstiftung Baukultur. Together with Dr. Constanze von Marlin, she led the office schmedding.vonmarlin. for research and editing in the field of recent architecture and art history from 2011.
Prof. Dr., studied architecture in Germany and Scotland. She directs the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture and the City (GTAS) and the Architecture and Engineering Collection (SAIB) at the Technical University of Braunschweig. From 2000 to 2007 she was a member of the Architectural Workers Cooperative Glasgow Letters on Architecture and Space, which aimed to construct both a theoretical and practical critique of capitalist production and use of the built environment.
born 1974 in Ebern, Franconia. Studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich. Since 2020, he has been head of urban planning in the Department of Urban Planning and Building Regulations in Munich. Prior to that, he was department head of construction at the municipal housing association GEWOFAG for around four years.
born 1956 in Hamburg. Trained as a banker and studied sociology at the University of Hamburg. Chairman of the Executive Board of GEWOBA Aktiengesellschaft Wohnen und Bauen since 2011 and member of the Supervisory Board of GBG - Mannheimer Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH since May 2021.
born 1958, studied architecture at the Technical University of Hanover. Since 2021, she has been a State Councilor at the Department of Urban Development and Housing of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. She is a member of the presidium of the German Academy for Urban and Regional Planning (DASL), a member of the Association of German Architects (BDA), the Chamber of Architects and the board of the German Association for Housing, Urban Development and Regional Planning.