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.
Professor of Urban Regeneration at the University of Luxembourg. His work revolves around questions of critical spatial practice, institution building, and spatial politics.
Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Luxembourg, involved in the project for IBA Alzette-Belval. He works on theory and history of urbanism and urbanization in Europe.
Post-doctoral research associate at the University of Luxembourg. Her work focuses on the production of built environment in the intersection with property, real estate and media.
César Reyes Nájera
Postdoctoral researcher in the field of Urban Regeneration at the University of Luxembourg. His work explores urban social dynamics and degrowth strategies to critically update the notion of sustainable development.
Guest Professor of Architecture at the University of Luxembourg. Her design and research projects reflect an architectural syntax based on the influences related to street culture, conceptual art and anthropological studies.
Guest Professor of Architecture at the University of Luxembourg. As an architect, writer and lecturer he tests and deepens the convergence of space production and political policy.
Study Programme Coordinator, responsible for supporting the faculty and the student community in all aspects of the Programme
PhD candidate at University of Luxembourg. Her research explores the intersection between urban and rural areas, agricultural production and distribution from a city-region perspective.
Marielle Ferreira Silva
PhD candidate at the University of Luxembourg focusing on recycling and reuse in architecture.
PhD candidate at University of Luxembourg. Her work includes working on the IBA-Atelier, established with the aim to develop a transboundary IBA in the region of Esch-Belval.
PhD candidate at University of Luxembourg. Her research focuses on the question of the ruin, through the study of the man-altered landscape in the face of globalised societal paradigm shift.