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Florian Hertweck

© University of Luxembourg

Florian Hertweck is Professor of Architecture at the University of Luxembourg. His work as a practitioner, researcher and teacher is concerned with the socioecological condition of architecture and urbanism. In this context he aims to approach and combine two architectural spectres: topology as a spatial continuity allowing on different scales accessibilities, interconnections, and interactions of the common and the public, and topography as the biological and socioeconomic ground of the built environment whose reconfiguration seeks to create a more equal and thus sustainable relationship between built and unbuilt spaces, stable and unstable uses, powerful and less powerful people, and finally individual and common spheres. His major publications include: “Dialogic City. Berlin wird Berlin” (Walther König Verlag 2015, with Arno Brandlhuber and Thomas Mayfried); “The city in the city. Berlin: a Green Archipelago” (A critical reedition of Oswald Mathias Ungers’ and Rem Koolhaas’ manifesto of 1977, Lars Müller Publishers 1977, with Sébastien Marot); “Climat(s)” (Infolio, 2012, with Thierry Mandoul, Jac Fol and Virginie Lefebvre); “Der Berliner Architekturstreit” (Gebr. Mann Verlag 2010). His projects are consultable on:
www.hertweckdevernois.com

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