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is a registered landscape architect, author and professor.
Professor at the University of Applied Life Science in Ultana, Schweden
Guest lecturer at the GSD at Harvard University, Cambridge (2001), at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland (2004) and at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign (2006).
Since 1981 he is practicing landscape architect at Sweco Architects
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2010/2011 on occasion of the 3rd Weihenstephaner Forum 2010 "Green is cool".
is a designer and expert in communications studies
After her studies in Communication Studies, Vicky Arndt worked as designer, graphic designer and communication designer in different renowned offices. In 2008 she founded the design office Gravity Europe together with Judith Hufnagel and Sebastian Ritzler.
Lecture at the LAI in summer term 2014 as part of the symposion "The Fascination of Analysis", under the title "Design Thinking Process"
is professor of landscape architecture.
Silvia Benedito is professor of landscape architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design. She has graduated in architecture from the University of Coimbra, Portugal, she has a degree in music from the Conservatory of Coimbra and a Master's degree in Urban Design from Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Guest critic at the LAI in summer term 2015 on occasion of the Master's studio "New Fabric for BRNO"
is has a degree in Geoinformatics and he is spokesperson for Esri Germany, Hon.-Prof. Dr.
Since 2009, Gerd Buziek teaches as Honorary Professor at Leibniz University Hanover, at the Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics.
Lecture at the LAI in summer term 2014 as part of the symposion "The Fascination of Analysis", under the title "Environmental Perception and Strategies of GIS-based Analyses"
is a registered landscaper architect, Dr.
Bettina Castell gained her doctoal degree in 1994 with a thesis about "Signs in the Design Process in Open Space Planning". 1982–1988 she studied Landscape Architecture at TU Munich.
Guest lecture at the LAI in summer term 2010 about "The New Thinking" as part of the lecture series "Theory and Methods in Landscape Architecture"
Erik de Jong
is professor in the Netherlands.
Currently professor at the University of Amsterdam Humanities Faculty for Culture, Landscape and Nature
Expert advisor for the projekt Masterplan of Natura Artis Magistra and director/organiser of the projected Groote Museum for Man and Nature
He teaches landscape architecture at TU Delft and at the University of Wageningen
Betreuung von Doktorarbeiten in Bezug auf Landschaftsarchitektur
Countless publications about garden history of different eras
With his firm FonsFontis he offers advisory services for the field of parks and gardens
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2010/2011 on occasion of the 3rd Weihenstephaner Forum 2010 "Green is Cool" under the title "From Garden City to Green Metropolis?"
is professor of landscape architecture
Sonja Dümpelmann is currently professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she teaches Theory and History of Landscape Architecture. She graduated in Landscape Architecture from the Leibniz University of Hanover and wrote her doctoral dissertation thesis at the Berlin University of the Arts.
Guest professor at the LAI during summer term 2015, amongst other with the lecture "The Airport as Lanscape" and with other guest lectures and student workshops
is an architect.
Christoph Elsässer is project manager with West 8 international office for urban design and landscape architecture in Rotterdam. 1993–2000 he studied architecture at the RWTH Aachen and at the TU Delft.
Guest critic at the LAI in winter term 2014/2015 for the final presentation of the Bachelor's studio project "Innovation Landscape Karlsruhe", in Stuttgart 26/01/2015
is a registered architect and author in Berlin.
since 1996 he has his own architecture office
2007 doctoral dissertation (Dr.-Ing.)
Many publications amongst other in Bauwelt, Frankfurter Rundschau, Süddeutschen Zeitung, L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui and for Birkhäuser.
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2009/2010
is Teaching and Research Associate at the Karsruhe Institute of Technology, at the Chair of Architectural History
She studied Landscape Planning and Art History at the TU Berlin
Area of focus: Roman green space planning and architecture during the first and second third of the 20th century
Doctoral dissertation about Raffaele de Vico (1881-1969)
Guest lecture at the LAI in summer term 2010.
is a registered landscape architect.
He is a partner in GTL - Gnüchtel Triebswetter Landschape Architects which he co-founded in 1991
Guest lecture at the LAI in summer term 2012 with a presentation of his work
is a landscape architect and urban designer in Hanover
Thomas Göbel-Groß studied landscape architecture at TU Munich, he was Teaching Associate to Dieter Kienast at the University of Karlsruhe and since 1996 he works at "Stadtgestalter" for the regional capital Hanover.
Guest critic at the LAI im summer term 2012 on occasion of the final presentatio of the Master's studio project "checkpoint landscape. from point - to path - to landscape"
is landscape architect, concept artist and sculptress.
Since 1992 she directs the studio art&landscape in Malmö, Sweden.
Speaker at the symposion "The Invention of Landscape" at the LAI in winter term 2014/15 with a lecture under the title "What is of value"
is Professor for Landschape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
He established the programme in Urban Planning at the Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas and was dean of the School of Architecture at the Simón Bolívar University.
Guest lecture at the LAI in summer term 2011 as part of the lecture "Theory and Methods in Landscape Architecture II"
is a scuptress and professor.
since 2007 Professur for Scuptural Desiging (Faculty of Architecture, TUM)
since 1986 regelar exhibitions about her artistic work
1980–1987 she studied at the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts
Guest lecture at the LAI in summer term 2012 in the Master's studio project "checkpoint Landscape" as part of a cooperation with her Chair of Visual Arts
is architect and urban planner.
Since 2000, Karel Havliš is Associate professor at the Technical University of Brno, where he teaches theory and design in Urban Planning and Architecture. He has his own office for urban planning, Studio Havliš.
Guest critic at the LAI in summer term 2015 in the Master's studio project "New Fabric for BRNO"
is an athour, journalist and radio moderator.
Since 1966, Gert Heidenreich work as literature critic for the radio, and he is the author of novels and poems. He also writes travel reports. His work was rocognized with several rewards (Adolf-Grimme-Preis 1986, Phantastik-Preis 1995, Marieluise-Fleißer-Preis 1998). Since 2004 he is member of the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts and since 2011 he is chairing the Academy's literature department
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2013/2014 as speaker at the symposiums "The Nature of Invention"
is a registered architect in Munich
Peter Haimerl is an award-winning architect and teacher in architecture from Munich. 2006 he founded the firm gyoscope that is specialised on the generation of algorithms for architecture.
Speaker at the symposion "The Invention fo Landscape" at the LAI in winter term 2014 with the lceture "House stories"
is a professor of landscape architect
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hennecke teaches open space planning at the University of Kassel. 2010–2013 she had a Junior Professorship for History and Theory of Landscape Architecture at the TU Munich. She holds a doctoral degree from the Berlin University of the Arts, where she worked as associate to Prof. Dr. Gert Gröning. Her focus lies on mid-19th to 21th-century history of urban public open space.
Guest lecture at the LAI in the winter term 2010
is a landscape architect and urban planner.
Since 1993 Ursula Hochrein is registered landscape architect and urban planner and co-founder of the office lohrer.hochrein landschaftsarchitekten bdla. 1985–1990 she studied landscape planning at the FH Weihenstephan.
Guest lecture at the LAI in the 4th semester, summer term 2015, 21.04., in the lecture series "Theory and Methods in Landscape Architecture"
is neuroscientist, Professor Dr.
After studying medicine and training as a consulting physician, Reinhard Hohlfeld went to a clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, as Heisenberg fellow of the German Research Foundation (DFG). 1990 he was appointed professor of neurology and neurosciences at Munich's Ludwig Maximilians University. For his research, mainly on autoimmune disorders, we won several awards such as the Heinz-Meier-Leibnitz Prize of the DFG and the Sobek Prize for research into multiple sclerosis.
Speaker at the symposion "The Fascination of Analyse", held at the LAI in summer term 2014, with a lecture on "The Deceived Brain. Analysis on Wrong Tracks"
John Dixon Hunt
is Professor Emeritus for History and Theory of Landscape at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
He studied English Literature at King’s College in Cambridge (M.A., 1957). His Ph.D. he made in 1964 at the University of Bristol (UK). Several fellowships and teaching assignments led him to different unviersities in the USA, where he became known amongst other as Director of the Department of Gardens and Landscape Studies at the renowned research institute of Harvard University in Dumbarton Oaks. Since 1994 he was professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
John Dixon Hunt counts amongst the most important theoreticians and historians of landscape architecture internationally, and he received many honours, most recently the Sckell Ring of Honour 2017. On the occasion of the award ceremony – and, connected to this, the ceremony for the Skell Students Award – JD Hunt was a guest at the LAI.
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2017 – presentation of his current book project about "metamorphoses"
Gabriele G. Kiefer
is a registered landscape architect, Professor.
Since 1990 Juries and lecture in Germany and abroad
Since 2002 Professorship at the Technical University of Brunswick
1989 foundation of Büro Kiefer in Berlin
1987–1992 Teaching Associate at the Technical University of Berlin
1979–1987 studied Landscape Planning at TU Berlin
Guest lecture at the LAI as part of the monographic show Berlin during summer term 2012
is a registered landscape architect, Professor Dr.
Andreas Kipar is an award-winning landscape architect and professor
Since 2000 he teaches landscape architecture at the University of Genoa
Since 1998 guest lecture at different universities in the USA, Italy, Schwitzerland and Germany
1989–1994 he studied architecture and urban planning at the Polytecnico di Milano, completing his studies with a doctoral dissertation
Since 1986 he has his own officeo KIPARLANDschaftsarchitekten
1980–1984 he studied landscape planning at the University of Essen
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2012/13 as part of the lecture series "Theory and Criticism in Landscape Architecture"
is a free-lance architect, urban planner, lecturer, Dr.
He studied architecture at the TU Hanover and took the second state exam as urban planner
Doctoral dissertation at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich)
He has free-lanced for offices in Hanover and Zurich.
Since 2004 Professor for Urban Planning at the HafenCiry University Hamburg
1999–2004 Professor for Urban Planning at the University of Wuppertal
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2010/2011 on occasion of the 3rd Weihenstephaner Forum 2010 "Green is Cool" under the title "For a critical reconstruction of the garden city"
is a landscape architect.
Burkhard Krüpe completed his Diplom-Ingenieur degree in landscape architecture at the Technical Uiversity of Munich and he worked over 20 years as project manager for the landscape architecture office Latz+Partner.
Guest critic at the LAI in summer term 2015 in the Bachelor's studio project "Heckenstaller Park - Ring frei"
is landscape architect and artist, Professor Dr. h.c.
Prof. Dr. h.c. Bernard Lassus teaches in Paris (Ecole d'Architecture de Paris-La Villette) and Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He realized countless projects and competition entries, e.g. "Jardin des Retours" in Rochefort-sur-Mer, and he is internationally in high demand as expert in highway projects. 2006 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Hanover.
Guest lecture at the LAI in winter term 2013/2014 on occasion of the symposion "The Nature of Invention"
is registered landscape architect, urban planner and professor.
Since 1968 he is landscape architect and urban planner as partner of Latz + Partner, a cooperative of with architects, sociologists and economists for urbab planning projects on the field of alternative technologies
1983–2008 professor for landscape architecture and planung (TU Munich)
1973 professorship for landscape architecture at the university of Kassel
1968–1973 lecturer in Maastricht
International lecturships and teaching, for example as Adjunct Professor at the University of Pennsylvania und as guest professor in Harvard
1964–1968 studied at the Department of Urban Design and Landscape Planning at RWTH Aachen and employed in the office of Prof. Kühn and Meurer
1964 Diplom at TU Munich
Guest lecture at the LAI in the winter term 2012/13 on occasion of the lecture series "Theory and Criticism in Landscape Architecture".
is a landschape architect, architect and urban planner.
Tilman Latz is a landschape architect, architect and urban planner and since 2011 director of the office Büro Latz + Partner.
Guest lecture at the LAI as part of the lecture series "Theory and Methods in Landscape Architecture" in the 4th semester during summer term 2015.
is specialist on complexity and chaos, Professor Dr.
Professor Dr. Klaus Mainzer holds the Chair for Philosophy and Theory of Science at TU Munich.
Guest lecture at LAI in winter term 2013/2014 on occasion of the symposion "The Nature of Invention"
is an architect and urban planner, head of the municipal planning and building control office of Munich.
She studied architecture at the University of Applied Sciences Regensburg, at the University of Florence. Doctoral dissertation in Italy, freelance work as architect and curator of monuments in Italy. 1995–1999 she worked for the municipalities of Munich and Regensburg. 2000–2005 she headed the municipal planning and building control office at Halle (Saale). Subsequently she became professor at the University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart. Since 2007 she is head of the municipal planning and building control office of Munich.
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2013 as part of the international doctoral college "Spatial Research Lab".
is architect and landscape architect, Reggio di Calabria/Italien.
for many years he teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Università Mediterranea in Reggio.
He realises experimantal projects with his studio Cooprogetti and has published several books.
He made his Master in Architecture at the London School of Kingston and completed a doctoral dissertation in landscape architecture at the Università Mediteranea di Reggio di Calabria/Italien.
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2010 about "The secrets of creative landscape design".
Dr. Wolfgang Morawek is phyicist and Chief Judge of the 17th Senat at the Federal Patent Court.
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2013/2014 as part of the symposium "The Nature of Invention"
is registered architect, professor.
Since 2003 Professor for Stadtquartiersplanung und Entwerfen at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and since 2001 member of the German Association of Architects. He studied architecture at the RWTH Aaachen and graduated in 1990 with distinctions. Susequently he established Astoc Architects & Planners in Cologne, together with Kees Christiaanse, Peter Berner and Oliver Hall. 1999 Professorship for Urban Planning and Designing at University Kaiserslautern as well as teaching assignments at the Universities of Applied Sciences in Cologne and Bochum.
Guest critic at LAI in the winter term 2014/2015 in the Bachelor's studio project "Innovation Landscape Karlsruhe" in Stuttgart at 26 January 2015, as well as guest lecture in the winter term 2010/2011 as part of the international doctoral college "Spatial Research Lab".
Since 2013 teaching responsibilites at IRGE | Institut für Raumkonzeptionen und Grundlagen des Entwerfens at the University of Stuttgart with Prof. Markus Allmann
Since 2010 Blocher Blocher Partners
2010 graduated from University of Stuttgart
2004–2010 studied architecture at University of Stuttgart
Internships during studies: Herzog & de Meuron, Basel, Allmann Sattler Wappner, München
Winner of the Architekturpreis 2010 of the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2010/2011 with the title "Instand Kiez, Zwischennutzung – mehr als nur ein Wort" about temporary uses, as part of the Bachelor's lecture series Theory and Methods in Landscape Architecture 1
is a landscape architect, Professor Dr.
1967 born in Münster
1996 graduated from Technische Universität Berlin in "Landschape Planning"
1996–1998 studied at Harvard University, Cambridge/ Mass.
1998–2003 research and teaching associate at TU Berlin
2003 doctoral disseration (Dr.-Ing.) at TU Berlin
2003–2008 Junior professor for Theorie of Contemporary Landschape Architecture at Leibniz University Hanover
since 2009 he is professor for "Urban Landscape Development" at Leibniz University Hanover
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2009/2010.
is a registered landscape architect.
since 1998 member of the Bavarian Chamber of Architects
since 1999 partner in the office Wamsler und Rohloff, since 2002 Wamsler Rohloff Wirzmüller Freiraumarchitekten, Regensburg
since 2002 teaching assignment for Open Space Planning at University of Applied Sciences Regensburg, Department of Architecture
1991 freelancing for different landscape architecture offices in Berlin, Stuttgart, Regensburg
1991 graduated in landscape architecture at TU Munich
1991 graduation thesis at the Bauhaus in Dessau
Guest lectures at LAI in the summer term 2009 and winter term 2009/2010.
is a registered landscape architect and visiting professor.
2011–2014 she was visiting professor for Preservation of Historical Gardens at TU Dresden
2010 consultant in the evaluation process "Nachhaltiges Bauen im Außenraum" ("sustainable building in the open space"), focus area Preservation of Historical Gardens
2010–2011 Research and teaching associate at the Department of Landscape Construction at TU Berlin
Since 2009 partner in the landscape architecture office LA.BAR Landscape Architects
2006 doctoral dissertation (Dr.-Ing.)
Since 2002 registered landscape architect specialised in the preservation of historical garden
Since winter term 2002 different teaching assignments at TU Berlin
2002–2005 work for a research project funded by the German Research Foundation
1997–2002 freelancing for different offices (landscape architecture offices LOS Metzingen, Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and Environmetal Protection, BGMR landscape Architects)
2003 completion of a post-graduate Master's degree in Building Heritage Preservation at TU Berlin
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2010.
is landscape architect.
Christine Rupp-Stoppel occupies herself with feasability studies for postindustrial landscape projects with concepts for rain water retention and for the develoment of spontaneous vegetation in parks. Since her graduation in Landscape Planning in 1987 Christine Rupp-Stoppel works in the office LATZ+PARTNER Landscape Architects and since 2011 she is one of their associates. 1991–2002 she had the project management for the Duisburg-Nord Landscape Park.
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2014/15 as part of the lecture series "Complex Theories in Landscape Architecture" with the litle "Reading landscape".
is an architect.
1969–1976 Larry Scavone studied architecture at the University of Texas in Austin. For several years he directed the building department of the US Army Garnison in Mannheim and since then he is an expert for the transformation of abandoned US casernes in great demand.
Guest critic in winter term 2012/2013 in the Bachelor's studio project "Ami goes home"
is Professor for Spatial Development at the Institute for Spatial and Landscape Development at ETH Zurich.
Scholl studied civil engineering and urban planning at the TU Darmstadt and completed post-graduate studies in spatial planning at the ETH Zurich. For several years he was assistant to Professor Maurer at the former Institut für Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung and completed his doctoral dissertation there. From 1997 till 2006 he directed the Institute for Urban and Landscape Planning at the University of Karlsruhe and since 1987 he is partner of a planning office for urban and regional planning in Zurich.
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2013 and winter term 2010/2011, amongst other as part of the international doctoral college Spatial Research Lab.
is emeritus professor and architect, urban planner.
1993–2016 Walter Schönwandt was director of the Instituts für Grundlagen der Planung (IGP) at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart. He studied architecture and urban planning at the universities Stuttgart and Heidelberg. 1979–1984 he was teaching and research associate at the Institute of Regional Science (IfR) with a subsequent doctoral dissertation about the topic "Denkfallen beim Planen" ("Pitfalls of Planning"). He is visiting professor in Oxford, Vienna and Zurich. He is a member of the chamber of architects in Baden-Württemberg, the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL), the Association of Town, Regional and State Planning (SLR), the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP), the International Association for People Environment Studies (IAPS), the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) as well as consultant, expert advisor and author.
Guest critic at LAI in the winter term 2014/2015 as part of the Bachelor's studio project "Innovation landscape Karlsruhe" in Stuttgart at 26 January 2015; guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2010/2011 as part of the international doctoranl college Spatial Research Lab.
is film maker and architect.
Marc Schwarz is a renowned Swiss film maker and architect. Since 1996 he is independent film make with many contributions amongst others in Lucerne (Gallery of Architecture), Zurich (MfG, gta-institute), Lausanne (Musée des Arts décoratifs), DAZ (Berlin), MoMa (NYC). He was lecturer at the ETH Zurich and held different teaching assignments in faculties of architecture and landscape architecture at universities in Germany (Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover) and Switzerland (ETHZ, HSLU). In 2004 he established schwarzpictures.com, a fim production studio for film essays about architecture, landscape architecture and art.
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2013 as part of the Bachelors' lecture series Theory and Methods of Landschape Architecture 2
is urban planner and travel guide in Cologne
Boris Sieverts studied art at the Düsseldorf Academiy and then worked several years as shepherd in the French Massive Central as well as in architecture offices in Cologne and Bonn. In 1997 he established the "Büro für Städtereisen" ("Office for City Travels") and since then he guided locals and tourists into the grey areas of urban agglomeration.
Speaker at the symposium "The Fascination of Analysis" at LAI in the summer term 2014 with the lecture "How to travel cities".
is an urban planner from Bonn.
2010 honorary doctorate at TU Brunswick
2003 award of the BDA (Association of German Architects) chapter Bochum, Hattingen, Herne, Witten for the project for the West Park Bochum, and award for exemplary buildings in North Rhine-Westphalia
1995–96 Fellow at the Berlin Institute of Advanced Studies
1989–94 Scientific Directore of IBA Emscher Park
1987 established his own planning office skt Umbaukultur, Bonn
1971 Professorship for Urban Planning and Settlement Städtebau (TU Darmstadt)
1970–71 Guest professor at the Urban Design Programme of the Graduate School of Architectur, Harvard University, Cambridge
1967–70 Professor for Urban Planning at the Berlin College of Art
1965 foundation of the Free Planning Group Berlin (FPB)
1963–65 assistant at the Chair of Urban Planning of Prof. Eggeling at Berlin University of Technology
1955–62 studied architecture and urban planning (TU Stuttgart, Liverpool, Berlin)
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2010/2011 as part of the 3rd Weihenstephaner Forum 2010 "Green is cool".
is landscape architect.
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Antje Stokman was since 2010 directing the Institute for Landscape Planning and Ecology at the University of Stuttgart. In 2017 she became professor for Architecture and Landscape at HafenCity University Hamburg.
She completed her studies of Landscape Architcture at the University of Hanover and at the Edinburgh College of Art. 2000–2005 teaching assignments and research projects at the University of Hanover, TFH Berlin, TU Hamburg-Harburg, etc. Succeedingly, from 2005 till 2010 she held the Junior Professorship for "ökosystemare Gestaltung und Bewirtschaftung von Fließgewässereinzugsgebieten" at the Leibniz University of Hanover. In 2011 she was rewarded with the Topos Landscape Award.
Guest lecture at LAI in the summer term 2013 as part of the international doctoral college Spatial Research Lab.
is a registered landscape architect, journalist and editor, active in teaching and research at different univerisities, Dr.
2016 she became professor at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences
2011 doctoral dissertation at the Technical University of Munich
2004–2008 research and teaching associate at Prof. Dr. Udo Weilacher's Chair of Landscape Architecture and Designing at Leibniz University Hannover
1992–2003 practical work experience: amongst other in the studio Gabriele Kiefer and as project manager for STraum.a in Berlin
studied Landscape Architecture at the Escola Superior d'Arquitectura in Barcelona
studied Landscape Planning at the TU Berlin
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2011/2012 about the topic "Corporate Identity with Landscape Architecture".
Noël van Dooren
is a registered landscape architect.
2017 he completed his doctoral dissertation with the topic: "On time, landscape and drawing"
Since 2009 coordinator of the gouvernment-sponsored Arbeitsprogramms für Architekten ("work programme for architects")
Since 1997 registered landscape architect
2004–2009 he holds the Chair for Landscape Architecture (Faculty of Architecture / University of Amsterdam)
1994–2004 he worked for the journal Blauwe Kamer
1992–1997 H+N+S Landscape Architects
1991 completion of studies at the University of Wageningen
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2012/13 in the lecture series Theory and Methods of Landscape Architecture about his dissertation topic 'On time, landscape and drawing'.
Since 2005 he is directing the working field "Spatial Simulation and Modelling" with the associated "Urban Space Simulation Laboratory, SRL:SIM" at Department of Spatial Development, Infrastructure and Environmental Planning at TU Vienna
Network Partner in the International Doctoral College "Spatial Research Lab"
Co-founder of the institute for "Räumliche Interaktion und Simulation: IRIS-ISIS" ("Spatial Ineraction and Simulation")
Ingenieurkonsulent for regional planning and spatial development and society of the Civil Technicians' Society "ArGe Projekte–SV"
Studied Spatial Planning at Technical University Vienna
Doctoral dissertation "sub auspiciies praesuidentis"
Habilitation in the field "Local Planning"
Guest lecture at LAI in the winter term 2010/2011 as part of the international doctoral college Spatial Research Lab.
is professor and landscape architect
Günther Vogt is extraordinary Professor for Landscape Architecture at ETH Zurich, Departement of Architecture, and there he also manages the Network City and Landscape. After his studies of landscape architecture in Rapperswil he worked at first in the Büro Stöckli, Kienast & Koeppel. Then he became partner of Kienast Vogt Partner and in the year 2000 he founded the studio Vogt Landscape Architects in Zurich.
Speaker at the symposium "The Invention of the Landscape" ("Die Erfindung der Landschaft") at LAI in winter term 2014/15 with a talk titled "The Invention of the Landscape".
is landscape architect and former professor.
Chester Volski studied landscape architecture at the Michigan State University and at the Harvard University. 1957–1959 he was part of The Architects Collaborative TAC. 1959–1962 he was involved in redesigning the US military airports in Europe. 1962–1991 Volski taught as Professor for Landscape Architecture at the California State Polytechnic University in Pomona/ USA, in the College of Environmental Design. 1985 he was guest professor at the TU Munch.
Guest lecture at the LAI in the winter term 2013/2014 as part of the Master's lecture Complex Theories in Landscape Architecture.
is professor and landscape planner, architect.
Hinnerk Wehberg is landscape planner and architect. He studied painting at the Hamburg Academy of Fine Arts, was British Council Scholar at the Hornesy College of Art in London in 1963 and until 1970 visiting lecturer. 1969 he founded the studio Wehberg-Lange in Hamburg, today WES and Partners. 1982–2002 he was professor at the Department of Urban Design and Landscape Planning at the Technical University of Braunschweig. 2005 her received the Friedrich-Ludwig-von-Sckell Ring of Honour from the Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts.
Guest critic in summer 2015 at LAI in the Bacherlor's studio project "For Luise. Designing the Luise Kiesselbach Square in Munich". Guest critic in summer 2016 in the Master's studio project 'transform.mori'.
is an artist in Vienna.
Lois and his wife Dr. Franziska Weinberger both live in Vienna and since 1999 they are working jointly on art projects. 1994–1995 Lois Weinberger taught at the Academy in Karlsruhe and one year later he won a residency at the Artists House Bethanien in Berlin. Both artists enjoy international renown and during the 1990s they had a noteworthy influence on the debate on art and nature.
Speaker at the symposion "The Invention of Landscape" at the LAI in the winter term 2014/15 with the talk "About the work".